For Teachers & Schools

Ready-to-use interdisciplinary projects with lesson plans and supportive Teacher Toolkit.

Active, hands-on learning

Combining analytical and creative thinking.

  • It enhances creativity

  • It is built upon the Finnish National Core Curriculum of Basic Education

  • Supports the development of 21st-century skills and competencies

  • Uses architecture & design as cross-curricular & real-world phenomena

  • Integrates the different subjects

  • Ready-to-use and easy to implement at any grade

Take a step towards future learning!

  • Choose your content and subscribe to the unit

  • Study the content and learn the Finnish way of interdisciplinary learning

  • Divide the content over the learning period as you wish: weekly, monthly or intensively during one week.

  • Start teaching your class with step-by-step phenomenal project plans

  • Complete a picture report and get certified for the learning unit

Choose your content and start teaching like we do in Finland

  • Cross-curricular content from Finland

    Unique and revolutionary phenomenon-based learning from Finland. Each unit is built upon the Finnish National core curriculum. Based on 26 years of experience innovating in education.

  • Phenomenon-based Project Plans

    Hands-on, 3D, and student-centered learning using Architecture and Design as a real-life phenomenon. The cross-curricular content enhances 21st-century skills, such as creative thinking. Each Learning Unit has 24 h of ready-to-use learning content, step-by-step instructions, and practical tips.

  • Certification and training

    Learn to teach as in Finland and apply the best practices to your classroom. Each unit contains self-study training, test and certification for 1 teacher. With more experience teachers are able to apply for advanced certification. Teach HOW to think not WHAT to think!

Choose a Learning Unit

Our goal is to create a library of learning units so that teachers and schools can find relevant content suitable for their specific needs.

Each Learning Unit is a whole of 24 h of fun age-specific interdisciplinary learning and can be taught as you wish: weekly, monthly or intensively during one week. When you are ready you can continue with another suitable learning unit, there is no particular order or amount, it all depends on your needs and wishes.

Ready-to-use and easy to implement

Teachers can divide the content over the learning period in multiple ways.

Teachers can implement the best practices from Finland easily. They can integrate the content each 24 h unit intensively in one week, as per the Finnish Phenomenon- Based Learning week model or in weekly sessions of 2 hours or monthly in sessions of 6 hours.

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Creativity is the highest skill of the human brain

Creativity has been recognized by OECD as a new PISA test key subject. Creativity CAN be taught and Creative Classroom fills the resource gap in the schools.

Development in technology is replacing jobs. Education needs to focus on the skills and qualities specific to humans, like creativity and critical thinking, which machines and AI lack. How to equip children and youth for the future? The school needs to cultivate the most important 21st-century skills. Creativity is the new literacy!

“A great thing about this way of doing things is how practical it is and how it develops creativity.”

4th Grade teacher, Helsinki

“The pupils were so enthusiastic, that they didn’t want to stop working on the project. It was hard to get them to go home for the day.”

7th Grade teacher, Helsinki

“In maths we don’t use our craft skills or do any architecture stuff. This way of using math skills is so much more fun.”

4th grade pupil, Helsinki

“We get to do things ourselves, and we end up learning even if we don’t realise we’re learning.”

4th Grade pupil, Helsinki

Powered by Arkki International

Arkki International is a renowned and awarded education company from Finland with 26 years of know-how in the field of phenomenon-based creative learning and curriculum development. Arkki is present in 7 countries and its programs have had a positive impact in the lives of tens of thousands of children.

“We, educators, need to focus on the skills and qualities specific to humans, like creativity and critical thinking, which machines and AI lack. Creative Classroom has the tools to incorporate them into the school curriculum. “

Pihla Meskanen, CEO Arkki International

“Learning should be fun and interesting! The best way to learn is when you don't even realize it!”

Jere Keskinen, Architect Educator and Product Coordinator

“After only a couple of years we feel that Arkki is becoming an example of good educational practice in Greece, that keeps growing its reputation and its involvement in broader educational matters. The best is yet to come.” .

Stavros Martinos, Arkki Academic Director Greece and Cyprus

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