Finnish educational model

Alongside being one of the most innovative countries that gave the world Nokia, a heart rate monitor, the internet browser, Angry Birds, SMS, and Linux - Finland is also popular for its education system. As a matter of fact, since 2012, Finland is one of the leaders in the primary and secondary education systems of the world rankings. One of the most important features of the Finnish school is to develop individualism, practicality and openness to innovation. An integrated approach to teaching subjects is another highlight of the Finnish education model - teachers of different subject plan their lessons together and make the learning experience comprehensive and subject knowledge logically interconnected. The Finnish education model is based on holistic education, which means that it is acknowledging the importance of pupils' physical and mental well being. Finnish school is the most stress-free environment for a student that includes minimal homework and taking most out of the learning process in the classrooms.