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Pasi Sahlberg Talks About Education – Radio NZ Interview

Pasi Sahlberg

Trust me, it’s worth the time – he has some very interesting points and gives lots to think about

Listen to Pasi Sahlber on RadioNZ 6/10/12, here.

About Pasi Sahlberg 

He is Director General of CIMO (in the Ministry of Education) in Helsinki, Finland, and has experience in classroom teaching, training teachers and leaders, coaching schools to change and advising education policy-makers around the world.  Dr. Sahlberg has lived and worked in the United States (World Bank in Washington DC) and Italy (European Commission). He is an international keynote speaker and has published over 100 articles, chapters and books, among them “The Fourth Way of Finland” (2011), “Rethinking accountability in a knowledge society” (2010), “Creativity and innovation through lifelong learning” (2009), and “Education Reform for Raising Economic Competitiveness” (2006).  He earned PhD from the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) in 1996.  Dr. Sahlberg is a member of the Board of Directors of ASCD and Adjunct Professor at the University of Helsinki and the University of Oulu.  His latest book is “Finnish Lessons: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland?”

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2 thoughts on “Pasi Sahlberg Talks About Education – Radio NZ Interview

  1. Thanks for posting this. He was most impressive in this interview.


    Posted by Allan Alach (@allanalach) | October 6, 2012, 3:47 pm


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