Study visit to Finland in the TEPATE project

The TEPATE project brought 17 Mozambican teacher educators from two universities to Finland. The study visit is a part of the Training of Trainers programme, which aim is to capacitate teacher educators to develop and deliver theory-practice balanced teacher education. 

TEPATE teachers working at Jamk classroom

During the study visit, the Mozambican teacher educators visited Jamk University of Applied Sciences, the University of Lapland and other schools. 

In Jamk the teacher educators met several Jamk’s personnel, who shared their experiences and insights about the development of education and teaching. Jamk's ways to provide learning opportunities for all and utilize the diverse possibilities of e-learning are the interest of many of the visitors.

Also, the group visits a secondary school and familiarizes themselves with the Finnish pedagogy in practice. From Jamk the group continued to the University of Lapland, which is the other Finnish partner in the TEPATE project.

Teacher educators arriving to Jamk. 

People walking from a bus
Two teachers, wearing masks, discussing in front of a white board

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Irmeli Maunonen-Eskelinen

Yliopettaja, Principal Lecturer
Opettajankoulutus, Teacher Education
Ammatillinen opettajakorkeakoulu, Professional Teacher Education