A European School for All Children - Dublin
Available in: Barcelona, Florence, Dublin, Helsinki
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Cultural activities: The number and schedule of the cultural activities depend on the location; check the location webpage to discover more.
This wide-ranging course encompasses all aspects of the inclusive classroom, and explores how European educational activities and projects can help teachers identify successful strategies for their diverse learning environments.
The focus of the course will be threefold:
How to shape lessons and the learning environment in order to establish complete equality in access to education for all students, whilst developing a crucial understanding in students of the need for democratic and non-discriminatory values;
How to use simple ICT tools to empower all students in an inclusive environment and also develop their intercultural awareness in the increasingly diverse contemporary classroom;
How to take advantage of European opportunities to tackle common issues in education, to support students’ acquisition of European values and key-competences, and possibly prepare teachers for future European and international projects.
By the end of the course, participants will have analysed how to adapt traditional teaching techniques to the needs of their students, ensuring universal access to the curriculum, and they will have identified effective solutions to manage a multicultural, mixed-ability, diverse classroom including minorities and students with varying educational needs.
In addition to that, they will be able to take away practical ideas on how to promote collaboration among educators, including on a transnational dimension, and how to include the classroom or the school into European educational activities.
Continue reading: Discover the learning outcomes and the tentative schedule of this course.
Course category: School Innovation
School Innovation: Both students’ needs and institutional demands nowadays change so quickly that is not always easy to keep up with the latest requirements. These courses provide school principals, managers, and teachers with new tools to face an ever-changing society. Our training courses about project management, entrepreneurship, team building, and mentoring will help you make the most of new trends in school administration. You also have the chance to get familiar with the most interesting educational systems in Europe, such as the German VET system, the Finnish school system, or the Italian preschool education. Finally, you can also explore innovative methodologies to foster a more creative and inclusive school environment.
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My course was "An european school for all children". I expected more practical activities related to the day to day in my classes. Something based in experience. One of the most important problems in our school is to manage a classroom with different levels, specially when some of your students have special needs or abilities. The course activities were dynamic, fun, but not focused in the real problem, which is provide teachers with more activities to attend a real classroom. By other side, the relation with my classmates was excellent. We exchanged a lot of experiences. I wish we could do an exchange with students in a future. So the balance is good for the experience, but no so good with the course itself.
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