Student-centered Classroom: Teachers as Promoters of Active Learning! - Budapest (FREE Online Course Included)

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Course Description

This course has been created for teachers who want to learn more about managing an effective and up to date classroom that encourages participation and engaged learning using the latest techniques.

Through interactive activities, participants will learn how to promote a student-centred learning environment. Student-centred methods have been proven to be superior to the traditional teacher-centred approach to education. Student-centred methods sustain both students’ autonomy and cooperation. They also facilitate short and long-term memory, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, self-confidence and motivation.

By the end of the course, participants will not only have acquired more knowledge about student-centred approaches, but they will also be able to take away ideas about practical, innovative solution to apply in their classrooms.

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These courses are designed to maximize your capacity to engage your students and bring out the best in them. Some courses (Project-Based Learning (PBL), Student-centered Learning, the use of ICT tools) introduce 21st-century education strategies developed to raise your students’ motivation, and turn them into active learners. Some other courses (conflict prevention, intercultural classroom) will help you maintain an inclusive atmosphere in the classroom by taking care properly of students with special needs, managing conflicts, and limiting or preventing negative behaviors (such as bullying and marginalization).

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Budapest, Węgry


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