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Re(dis)covering School After the Pandemic - Kaunas
Available in: Kaunas
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The pandemic situation all over the world challenged schools with lockdowns forcing them to move to inexperienced teaching modalities. This negatively impacted both students’ and teachers’ life as well as academic performance. Nonetheless, the pandemic also revealed the drawbacks of pre-pandemic school and created new opportunities to adapt and develop.
The course aims to provide teachers with useful tips and tools about how to successfully come back to “normality,” and re(dis)cover real school activities. At the same time, it will attempt to take profit from the pandemic, and acknowledge its unexpected but positive outcomes in promoting innovation in teaching methodologies.
The pandemic partially disaccustomed all of us to social relations. However, when students and teachers came back to school after the lockdown, they all acknowledged that face-to-face communication is irreplaceable.
The course will take profit of this undeniable acquisition, and illustrate effective strategies to promote emotional intelligence and socio-emotional education. Participants will also receive practical training on how to help students recover and readapt, and how to keep them motivated and collaborative.
The pandemic also imposed a strong push toward distance learning in the educational systems. The course will take this conclusion as a start for reflecting on how we should merge face-to-face and remote education from now on. Participants will gain practical understanding of effective digital tools for efficient hybrid (blended) learning.
Finally, participants will visit a local school that profited from all the lessons proposed in the course. Thus, they will have the chance to touch with hand how schools can re(dis)cover education after the pandemic, and compare the different educational systems with colleagues from other countries.
Continue reading: Discover the learning outcomes and the tentative schedule of this course.
Course categories: Classroom Management and ICT
Classroom Management: Do you want your students to be more focused in class? Thanks to the new educational techniques (such as the flipped classroom, project-based learning, remote teaching, collaborative learning, student-centered learning) your students will participate in class with more enthusiasm creating a fruitful and healthier classroom environment. In our Classroom Management courses, you will enhance your ability to include students with special needs and motivate everyone. Furthermore, you will have the chance of learning how to manage a multicultural classroom and prevent possible conflicts.
ICT: Today’s teachers have to be familiar with new technologies and digital media not only to understand their students’ world but also to update their way of teaching according to the new needs of their students. Thanks to our courses on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) you will learn how to manage a classroom online or remotely, by exploring the most relevant ICT tools for teaching. You will be able to use various forms of digital content, such as audio platforms, videos, and social media, to communicate with your students.
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- Course organiser
- Europass Teacher Academy
- Kaunas, Lithuania
- EN; IT
- Communication skills; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
- Key competences
- Digital; Literacy; Personal, social and learning
- Target audience
- Teachers & school staff: primary level ; Teachers & school staff: secondary level; Teachers & school staff: vocational education
- 480 Euro
- Included in price
- Number of participants
- Certification on completion
- 26.06.2023 > 01.07.2023
- 24.07.2023 > 29.07.2023
- 28.08.2023 > 02.09.2023
- 25.09.2023 > 30.09.2023
- 23.10.2023 > 28.10.2023
- 27.11.2023 > 02.12.2023
- 25.07.2022 > 30.07.2022
- 22.08.2022 > 27.08.2022
- 26.09.2022 > 01.10.2022
- 24.10.2022 > 29.10.2022
- 28.11.2022 > 03.12.2022
- 23.01.2023 > 28.01.2023
- 27.02.2023 > 04.03.2023
- 27.03.2023 > 01.04.2023
- 24.04.2023 > 29.04.2023
- 22.05.2023 > 27.05.2023
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