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Culture clubs in Finland. Prioritising children and young people’s wishes – Iina Berden

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This presentation was given by Iina Berden at the conference “Creativity and Critical Thinking Skills in School: Moving a shared agenda forward” on 24-25 September 2019, London, UK.

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Culture clubs in Finland. Prioritising children and young people’s wishes – Iina Berden

  1. 1. Culture clubs in Finland Prioritising children and young people’s wishes Iina Berden 25 September 2019 Photo: Katri Tella
  2. 2. What contents should we offer for children at their free time?
  3. 3. Highest quality Richeness of art and cultural heritage Inspiring Innovative New Art and culture professionals and their organisations Children’s wishes and contribution
  4. 4. Favourite contents of each school State support to culture clubs within school days Children and young people 7-16 years old Nationwide Pupil Survey Professional art and cultural organisations
  5. 5. Photo:Minna-MariPaija,Arkki,SchoolofArchitectureforChildrenandYouth
  6. 6. What is there for schools ?
  7. 7. Curious Class –pilot (1 700 children, 40 schools and two research units) Studing effects on: children’s school motivation, understanding of critical and creative thinking, sosioemotional skills and empathy development.
  8. 8. = There is a lot for schools. 1. Curiosity outside the school increased 2. Effects on motivation: decreased task avoidance 3. Effects on self confidence: decreased failure expectations 4. Better ranking for science, maths and arts in ”2nd Favourite Subject in school” 5. Emotion recognition ability

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