TEACHING AND COMMUNICATION IN THE CLASSROOM
The course focuses on improving communication skills. Trainees will improve their theoretical knowledge and expertise in the area of communication. They will also have a chance to see and try many different methods and activities suitable for applying a learner-based approach in the classroom. They will also see how to adapt existing tasks and assignments in a way that they suit the needs of mixed ability classes. They will discuss how to engage parents in the learning process and how to communicate with them.
Team – Building Sessions;
Ice – Breaking and Warm-Up Sessions;
Problem – Solving Activities;
Project – Solving Activities
Goal – Setting sessions;
Decision – Making Sessions;
Negotiation and Persuasion;
Self – Motivation Sessions;
Improving teaching skills
Improving communication skills
Learning the standards for effective teaching
Applying cooperative learning in the classroom
Stimulating learner-based approach in education
Applying inquiry-based learning
Solving the conflict resolutions in the classroom
Enhancing students' motivation through various creative activities
Integration with teachers from various European countries
Improvement of language and communication skills
Increased capacity to cooperate on an international level
Getting practical ideas for applying in the classroom
Enhanced intercultural awareness
Internationalisation at the level of education
A broader understanding of practices, policies and systems in education
Bring positive and long-lasting effects on the trainees involved and synergy activities
Improve knowledge of best practices and the latest research in children’s mental health issues and related fields
Enhance diversity and intercultural awareness, critical thinking and cyber media literacy
Encouragement of sharing best practices, ideas and materials between colleagues within the EU
Improvement of teaching and learning of languages and promotion the EU's broad linguistic diversity and intercultural awareness
Improved abilities to use innovative and student-centred pedagogical approaches and to develop appropriate assessment and certification methods, based on learning outcomes
Mastery of teaching techniques, e.g. multiple intelligences, editing and structuring reading texts, reinforcement and different approaches to teaching.
Acquisition of practical language to be used in the classroom, of new techniques, ideas…
Development of tools and techniques for innovative problem-solving.
Provoking responses to problems which are global rather than provincial in nature and which foster interests in the outside world.
Improve competencies linked to the trainees’ professional profiles
Improve teachers’ confidence in developing appropriate methods within intercultural community
Provide teachers with a bank of ready‐to‐use materials
Allow teachers to meet colleagues of different nationalities within the EU, discuss their background and cultural differences, and build a network of teachers for future cooperation and increase capacity to cooperate on an international level
See and analyze examples of good practice
Trainees will be given soft and hard copies of all lesson materials, which they can present to their colleagues at their own organizations to generate interest in the strategies learnt during the training course. In addition, a mailing list of participants will be created in order to exchange ideas/experiences. Self-evaluation materials will be provided. At the end of the course, the participants will fill in a questionnaire in order to get detailed feedback on the effectiveness of the training event.
- 08.03.2021 > 17.03.2021 (ID: 119563, Confirmed))
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- 21.06.2021 > 30.06.2021 (ID: 119562, Confirmed))
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