Innovative teaching methodologies
Course overview and purpose:
Innovative teaching is more than introducing the latest and greatest technology into the classroom. Instead, it is the self-reflective process of proactively introducing new teaching strategies and methods into the classroom. The purpose of introducing innovative teaching methodologies is to solve real problems in a fresh and simple way, to improve student achievements and to promote equity.
The course aim is to raise awareness about new methodologies such as the flipped classroom, co-operative learning, project-based learning, and inquiry-based learning. You will learn how to use them in class, and what the differences are. You will be engaged in practical activities and discussions and find out about best practices and why they work.
So, tell us more about why you need to innovate your teaching practice and we will suggest the best methodology to adapt to your context!
- Acquire information on the latest teaching methodologies and strategies such as the flipped classroom, co-operative learning, project-based learning, and inquiry-based learning
- Understand the differences between different teaching methods
- Develop a wide range of new ideas, strategies and lesson plans based on the new methodologies to use with your students
- Share your opinion about your “classroom problem” and discuss how to use new methodologies in your context with other teachers
- 05.11.2023 > 12.11.2023