Project of researching and implementation good practice models in Blended Learning

Published: 01.04.2021

With the project of researching good practices in blended learning, it is aimed to develop hybrid education practices.

With 8 information houses within the Küçükçekmece Municipality, it carries out education support activities during the secondary school period.

Project of researching good practice models in Blended Learning


With the Covid 19 Pandemic, digital pedagogy and distance learning habits have increased.

This situation requires parents, educators and students to keep up with new habits.

With the project of researching good practices in blended learning, it is aimed to develop hybrid education practices.

Advantages and disadvantages of face-to-face and digital education will be determined, and two sample blended training classes will be created with a workshop located in the partner country.

A mobility opportunity offer

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Strategic partnership
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Country (languages)
Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Palestine, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine ()
Dates
01.12.2021 » 01.12.2023


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We are a non-profit organization interested in forging new long-term partnerships based on trust and mutual benefit. We are based in Volos (Greece) and we have a broad interest in activities and initiatives related to education and culture with the aim of becoming more innovative in our work through the exchange of ideas. We are especially work in EACEA / KA1 and KA2 Erasmus+ projects that have as their priority one of the following axis: a) Social inclusion of vulnerable groups (e.g. long-term unemployed, immigrants and refugees, persons with disabilities, the elderly) b) Promotion of European values (e.g. democracy, equality, solidarity, multiculturalism, human rights, culture) c) Civic engagement through active citizenship initiatives, participation in democratic life and furthering of social engagement We have also extensive experience in project management and thus we actively support our partners throughout the project's lifecycle by systematically designing, coordinating and implementing its various elements. Since our team members have a long time experience in Youth and Adult education in Greece teaching in Public Secondary Schools, Public schools for students of special training needs, Public Institute of Vocational Training and regional Universities on STEM, Social Subjects and Special Training Needs, certainly we could support for effort and to be your partner in this very interest idea. If you are looking for a reliable, hard working partner, please for more information do not hesitate to contact us in this address info@europerativa.eu, or thakrayan@sch.gr, or to visit https://europerativa.netlify.app

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Hello! We are a high school from Focșani, Romania, having expertise in Erasmus+ projects, many of them targeting a new approach or education, adapted to diverse challenges. We coordinated an Erasmus+ KA201 project, ”Bringing life into the classroom. An innovative way of using mobile devices into the educational process” and were partners for others KA1 or KA2 projects. We are interested for your proposal, which meet our goals for the next period. Our interest in this type of learning is increased by the pandemic interference of CORONAVIRUS with school life. That is why we try to prepare our teachers, but also our students and parents, to deal with such situations. We consider the project you are proposing to be a good opportunity in this regard. In the case of our inclusion in your project, we will provide you with our resources for identifying and researching good practices, and we will contribute to the development of a curriculum adapted for hybrid education, in terms of internationalization and outsourcing of formal education. If you need any other information, please don't hesitate to contact us at morarupetronia@gmail.com

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Posted by Ionuț Iurea

Hello, there! My name is Costinela Claudia Cigaran and I am a Secondary school teacher in Voinesti, Dambovita, Romania. As someone with an eye for detail and impulse for education, I thrive on keeping projects running smoothly from kickoff through launch. We are eager for the opportunity. We are rapidly growing school, which more than doubled its student body in the last years thanks to its excellent reputation, Voinesti Secondary School, offers a unique multicultural learning environment in Romania; the children enrolled here, together with the teachers and staff represent . With a history of more than 137 years, our school now offers Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary and Highschool with the Romanian curriculum plus additional English from Grade 6. The school’s track of excellence also includes many awards for national competitions. Experienced and enthusiastic teachers work hard the teachers benefit from training opportunities offered through the school’s internal training programme or through participation at various national and international conferences and exchanges. I would appreciate an opportunity to further discuss your needs and my application and suitability. Please feel free to contact me to costinelacigaran@yahoo.com I thank you for your time and consideration and I look forward to hearing from.

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