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Cambridge Public Schools in Finland & Estonia

April 16-25, 2021

Technology is moving apace; indeed it’s accelerating. Increasingly, prospective employers of high school and university graduates ask for new types of “literacy” and problem solving – paramount among these computer literacy. This global professional development opportunity focuses on coding, gaming & robotics – CGR. Educators who take part will acquire the perspectives necessary to leverage CGR for ideal student outcomes. This trip will position you to encourage your students’ natural interest in coding, gaming & robotics. You will use your new knowledge to support your students’ use of these tools. Embedding CGR in your curriculum will catalyze your students’ critical thinking – and their access to high-quality university experiences & job prospects as young professionals.

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Cambridge Public Schools in Finland & Estonia 2021 trip information and itinerary.

Scenic evening summer view of Uspensky Cathedral in the Old Town in Helsinki, Finland


DATES: April 16-26, 2020

PRICING is set at $2900 per person sharing. (Single room is an additional $420).

The format for the week

Weekend orientation and site visits

  • 5 days professional learning PD Formats in the morning: Lectures; classroom observations; informal, interactive educator-to-educator dialogues; campus tours, corporations leading in coding and gaming.
  • Afternoon format Monday-Friday: Cultural Encounters as Context: The visit to Finland and Estonia emphasizes coding, gaming and robotics, issues. However, we’ll also make time for cultural encounters in the afternoon after PDs.
  • We will create time for cultural awareness modules and sightseeing, designed to increase awareness of Finland and Estonia’s contemporary realities. We’ll take part in a wide variety of enjoyable activities that highlight the nation’s history, culture, architecture and the use of space. Community visits, and other outdoor leisure will heighten our appreciation of these two nations’ rich culture. Activities are designed to reinforce our workshops and discussions – to place it in context – and to promote respect for Finland and Estonia’s unique heritage.


Registration & Deposit: July 15, 2019: Amount Due $500.00

2nd Payment: October 14, 2019: Amount Due $750.00

Third Payment: December 14, 2019: Amount Due $750.00

Final Payment: Due February 3, 2020: Amount Due $900.00

Finland - Porvoo is $100 Saturday
Finland - Suomenlinna is $70 Sunday
Estonia - Lahemaa National Park is $100 Saturday



    Please indicate if you require assistance in securing a roommate. We will endeavor to assist and are typically successful. However, we can not guarantee a roommate pairing. In the rare event that we are unable to assist, a single delegate registering relatively late may be required to pay the single supplement.

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