What the Finnish education systems could learn from Asia | Hannamiina Tanninen | TEDxOtaniemiED
Being an enthusiast about differences in Western and Asian cultures and learning in general, Hannamiina shared her insights to the TEDxOtaniemiED audience on what the Finnish education system could learn from Asia.
The talk is illustrated with Sketchnotes by Linda Saukko-Rauta at www.redanredan.fi.
The first time Hannamiina ever visited China was on the Aalto on Tracks student project, which took 80 students by train across Siberia to Shanghai World Expo. In 2010 Hannamiina moved to Hong Kong to pursue a degree in economics and China business. After graduation Hannamiina went to Taipei where she is currently living, working as an assistant Asia correspondent and studying Chinese. Before moving to Hong Kong, Hannamiina worked as a parliamentary assistant for the Minister of Education and Science and represented students in multiple Ministry of Education and Culture working groups.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx