Teaching in a 21st Century School

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The course has been designed to provide tools to prepare European teachers for a future that happens today. The topics and training activities take into account the Key Competences for 21st Century Students. The trainers are enthusiastic educational agents, namely teachers with a broad experience and actively involved in 21st Century Skills.

Course Objectives:
• Promote the debate about Key Competences for 21st Century Citizens;
• Experiment and develop new learning practices and teaching methods;
• Promote educational innovation and stimulating the use of ICT in schools;
• Promoting interdisciplinary through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics);
• Develop methodologies, strategies, techniques and resources for a differentiated teaching;
• Create spin-off effects like curriculum development and research collaboration;
• Improve educational practices through collaborative working approaches among teachers;
• Promote a deeper understanding of the practical ways of incorporating eTwinning in teaching;
• Improve the quality and efficacy of the management of international projects;
• Increase knowledge of social, linguistic and cultural matters

Course organiser
Funchal (Madeira Island), Portugal

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Upcoming sessions

21.02.2022 > 26.02.2022 (Confirmed)
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25.07.2022 > 30.07.2022
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03.10.2022 > 08.10.2022
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