Project to establish 'Creative Classrooms'
By Denise Carbonell
05.06.2015 - In order to design and deliver innovative trainings to teachers, partner organisations from Slovania, Estonia, Finnland and Croatia started a new project that get funding from the European Commission in the Erasmus+ programme. Next to the trainings an electronic lesson guide book for school teachers in whole Europe. The guide will enable them to use innovative tools and methods for their daily teaching task.
In a focus group of schools teachers and European educational technology top experts an electronic lesson guide book for teachers will be developed. In this peer-to-peer approach the participants of the focus group will firstly receive a training on which bases they can better discuss their experiences and integrate them in the guide. With the help of the guide for innovative teaching many educational institutions in Slovania, Estonia, Finland will introduce new tools and methods for innovative teaching and thereby start the shift to a new way of education.
If you are interested in more information about the project, please visit the project website: www.bcskoolitus.ee/creativeclass.
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