TEDxOtaniemiED 2015 talks are available below, in the order they were given.
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How does happiness connect us to the billions that we spend on education and the wicked problems our world faces? At TEDxOtaniemiED Aape illustrated why he thinks learning is so crucial at the universal and individual levels and why we need to change the way we view learning.
At TEDxOtaniemiED Joona shared his story on how his passion paved his study and career paths. He hopes to inspire us all to turn our interests into personal success with the help of determination and actively going after your goals. The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi.
Everything can be connected by curiosity. Curiosity for new things, for improvisation, creativity and interaction and also for the pedagogical dimensions in everything. Being in a state of constant learning is an important source of wellbeing for Inga. The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi.
Teemu has spoken in a wide range of education related conferences and seminars in all continents of the world except for Antartica - still waiting for that invitation! At TEDxOtaniemiED Teemu shares his thoughts on why it is so crucial in today's society to give less emphasis on what we learn and a lot more on how we learn it.
At TEDxOtaniemiED Petteri tapped into the topics of continuous learning, the importance of genuine excitement in the learning process and so-called middle ground ideas. The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi. Petteri Kallio (PhD) is a geneticist, entrepreneur and learning junkie.
Lotta introduced the audience of TEDxOtaniemiED to the role of happiness in school contexts and exploring such related themes as social belonging, sense of significance and building on ones existing strengths. As Lotta is a firm believer in embracing positive values, seizing moments of success and compassion, these formed the foundation for her speech at TEDxOtaniemiED.
At TEDxOtaniemiED Laura explained to us how a very simple idea can be very effective. Learning is affected by the community you are in. The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi. Laura Heinonen (B.Ed.) is an experienced developer of education and study communities.
How can we engage more of our learning potential? Learning by doing, moving and using our bodies. When Sari gives her speech at TEDxOtaniemiED, you will not be sitting! The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi. Sari Kontra (M.Ed.)
Irina's talk at TEDxOtaniemiED is titled 'Can you learn the hardest language in the world?' and delves into the increasingly relevant topic of foreign-language speakers learning Finnish. Irina provides examples of unique and interesting yet highly effective methods for learning Finnish - the so-called hardest language in the world.
Being an enthusiast about differences in Western and Asian cultures and learning in general, Hannamiina shared her insights to the TEDxOtaniemiED audience on what the Finnish education system could learn from Asia. The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi.
Join the learning revolution - it will be fun! The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi. Lauri Järvilehto, PhD, is a founder and consultant at Filosofian Akatemia, a research and business coaching company in Helsinki. Lauri believes that the revolution of learning is near and urges everyone to join the movement right now.