City-Hotelli JamsanUkko

Address: Lindemaninkatu 2, Jamsa, Western Finland, 42100, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lindemaninkatu 2, Jamsa.
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Travel Blogs from Jamsa

University Jyväskylä and TE

A travel blog entry by ableak10 on Nov 13, 2014

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... and make individual projects. Although their is a push for it to no be like this.

  • The university has no wifi and a limited use of Technology
  • The new curriculum has a limited use of the term technology and is still more focused on craft
  • The new curriculum has good direction in terms of how the course should be run
  • The university is on the same block of land as a practice primary school. The school is a fully ...

  • Finland school visits

    A travel blog entry by ableak10 on Nov 12, 2014

    13 photos

    ... of space in the workshop

  • Funding for new schools come from the city of Jyvaskyla
  • Old school had yrs 7,8 & 9 and had over 600 students
  • New school is 1-9 (new trend) 550 students total
  • Schools buy undressed timber that is not dried and then dry it themselves
  • Generally when a primary school is not well equipped or near a high school they would buy timber that is already dressed
  • Hand tools ...

  • Finland TE structure

    A travel blog entry by ableak10 on Nov 11, 2014

    ... In craft students learn to develop and apply different technological skills

  • Working with their hands designing skills and creativity are developed
  • Perseverance during the working process and self esteem
  • Should be enjoyable
  • Teaching should enhance different interests of the pupils
  • Starting point in crafts should be theme based and should be cross curricula incorporating ...

  • Sunshine to Snow

    A travel blog entry by katcob on Mar 06, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the Londoners who never speak on the tube, the Finns on the train were silent. They even have special little cubicles for people to sit in while on the phone to avoid disturbing others!!! Unfortunately I didn't find one of those rooms until after I'd called Tiina to arrange a meeting time. Oops! Tiina was even more awesome than usual. She met us at the train station and took us shopping to experience some of the ...

    Finland! :D

    A travel blog entry by tinatravel2011 on Oct 30, 2011

    5 photos

    ... after school, we went for one last sightseeing tour, and then, we visited the Panda Factory. Panda is the name of a typical Finnish chocolate brand. we brought lots of cheap chocolate! but unfortunately didn't have enough time for a full tour of the factory. :( It was a really sad goodbye, pretty much everyone was crying. :'( But we got through it and we were all quite exhausted and happy to head home. (well second home for me!)

    It was such a cool trip, ...