Teaching Lab  — Designing future-proof education

We provide assistance as well as information and inspiration for designing future-proof education. We want to help educators to develop teaching and learning to the next level by sharing innovative methods and ideas on how to integrate partnerships to the education and how to equip students with future competences - to become Lifelong Learners and Future-Led Experts, who can navigate in the ever-changing and complex work life.
Teaching Lab/ Impact & Meaning

Teaching Lab is a team of experienced practitioners in the field of challenge-based learning and industry collaboration in teaching. If you wish to have pedagogical support for your courses, Aalto's Learning Services and Pedagogical training will help you!

The concept has been created and tested at Aalto University as a part of the strategic initiative Learning Challenge Aalto.

What do we do?

    We aim to test new ideas, methods, tools, and teaching concepts in the process of designing work-life oriented education.

    We are gathering exciting news, resources, and other information related to developing future-proof teaching and learning.

    We believe that teaching can be designed into an experience which adds value to students, to the whole Aalto community, and also to the external partners.

Want to know more?

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Good Practices for work-life relevant teaching

On this page you will find good practices, tools, methods and resources for future-proof and work-life relevant education. Check out and get inspired!


Latest news

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Cooperation, Studies, University Published:

Digital Business Master Class jump-starts entirely online

Intense deep-dive to challenge-based learning is more popular than ever, all online for the first time
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Cooperation, Studies Published:

Aalto Thesis student project team captured the audience of 40 participants in online final presentation

Aalto Thesis student team presented their interdisciplinary findings through an online meeting on Friday, 15 May.
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Cooperation, Studies Published:

Collaboration in the time of restricted interaction

Elina Dureáult shares insights on student collaboration projects.
Aalto Thesis Intern Erkka Jussila / photo: Venessa Mok
Studies, University Published:

Lessons from a project-based student internship

Erkka Jussila shares insights on project-based work.

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Laura Sivula

Laura Sivula

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