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Published:  2020 in Finland
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Individual Learning Pathways

Submitted by Omnia, Finland

Following major TVET reforms in Finland that came into effect in January 2018, the Finnish TVET system began to offer individual learning pathways in order to enhance students’ success and make TVET more attractive. As a result, students follow a learning pathway at their own pace, which can be at different learning locations. Teachers and tutors play an important role in this process, and accordingly, their role is changing as they become more mentors and coaches.


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