The topic of the research publication is the current situation of the automotive industry in Finland and its development over the next ten years. The publication also focuses on the development of motorsport in Europe as car technology becomes electrified and emission targets become stricter.
The pre-study explores the concept of simulation and how simulation-based learning can strengthen the development of the students’ skills and how it can be used in the ensemble of various pedagogical methods in vocational education.
Automotive Innovation Camp (AIC) includes the planning and organizing a unique multidisciplinary innovation four-day experience for the student teacher-industry interaction in the cross-border context. Focus is on the weak signals and disruptive technologies in the cross-border automotive and motorsport industry.
The Finnish Teacher Week in April was focused on continuous learning, multiculturalism, working life orientation and the utilization of modern technologies.
The Russian Teacher Week shared ideas and inspiration on the topics of how to prepare for future careers and simple algorithms of complex learning.
In the Futures Lab Workshop, the aim was to identify opportunities for competence development with new and emerging technologies related to virtual, augmented, and mixed reality environments, and cross-border collaboration between the Kymi Valley and the Saint Petersburg region.