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By Merja Paksuniemi

The aim of the ebook is to spot and describe the trainer photograph that was once inherent on the instructor education schools in Finland in the course of 1921 to 1945. It additionally issues out what sort of pedagogical philosophies encouraged the root of the Finnish institution approach. The e-book offers a ancient viewpoint of training on the instructor education schools and introduces the pedagogical equipment which have been used. the point of interest is on a instructor education collage for ladies, positioned in Northern Finland, Tornio.

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By Merja Paksuniemi

The aim of the ebook is to spot and describe the trainer photograph that was once inherent on the instructor education schools in Finland in the course of 1921 to 1945. It additionally issues out what sort of pedagogical philosophies encouraged the root of the Finnish institution approach. The e-book offers a ancient viewpoint of training on the instructor education schools and introduces the pedagogical equipment which have been used. the point of interest is on a instructor education collage for ladies, positioned in Northern Finland, Tornio.

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The National Board of General Education consciously aimed to make the primary schools as nonpartisan as possible—a school for everyone. 121 Distrust toward the primary school system arose in working class circles, as the majority of primary school teachers had sided with the Whites during the Finnish Civil War. 122 In addition, the Senate and National Board of General Education monitored textbooks in Finnish primary and other schools. 123 Cygnaeus’ idea that mothers who had attended primary school would give their children satisfactory primary education was partially realised up until the municipal primary school system became functional124.

Models from other countries remained in the background. Discipline and order, as well as social education, were favoured in school life. Defence, voluntary, and club activities brought school and practical life closer together, and teachers increasingly became supervisors of extracurricular activities. 130 Developments regarding the structure of primary school were taking place in other countries. In Denmark, the Netherlands, and Norway, pupils attended school for 7 years; in Russia, the mandated 7 years was changed to ten.

See Heporauta 1945, 183. Decree on Primary Education [Kansakouluasetus]1866. See Paksuniemi 2009; Tuunainen & Nevala 1986, 23. 103 Compulsory education was opposed because it went against the general sense of justice, and that it would provoke discontent. 104 Parents also opposed the Act on Compulsory Education more strongly than first thought. One reason for this was ignorance, while another was their fear that respect for them as educators would weaken. This was largely a question of authority.

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