Open Schooling: Connect Your School to the Local Community - Amsterdam

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Available in: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Budapest

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Course Description

Open schooling (often used as a synonym for the whole school approach) is a flexible education system that allows learners to learn where and when it is more suitable to them, even if they are physically away from a school and a teacher. Open Schooling aims to bridge the gap between formal, informal, non-formal, and non-institutional education and requires collaboration between the school and other actors, such as other schools, community organizations, universities, parents, businesses, museums, etc.

The open schooling approach makes it possible for formal education to be engaged in real life and not isolated from it, thus better-preparing students for being successful citizens as well as workers and developing skills and competencies necessary for successful 21st-century life (eg. resilience, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking). This new educational landscape demands unusual collaborations between members of local communities and the private sector but eventually helps schools bridge the gap with the real world.

The training provides participants—especially school leaders—with a powerful framework to transform their school into an open school. This transformation can only occur if a school connects to other schools and the local community, businesses, and non-governmental organizations. Schools can form a hub together, in which they help each other, collect good practices and share their experiences. Such an open and curious environment will support the development of innovative and creative educational activities. The model takes school settings into account and therefore ensures that each school leader can innovate in a pleasant and suitable way for their school.

The training is built on the notion of open school doors meaning the school being open to welcome external actors, but also that professionals are ready to leave the comfort zone of the school premises, in collaboration with parents, families, local community actors, local businesses, cultural venues, and others.

Continue reading: Discover the learning outcomes and the tentative schedule of this course.

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Course categories: School Innovation and Classroom Management

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.

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.



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