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Listado de cursos. Interactive ICT-based and web tools for an effective blended, flipped and cooperative learning – ENJOY ITALY. Project Based Learning: Bring Life into your Classroom! Are you interested in using Project Based Learning to make your lessons more interesting and motivating but aren’t sure how to get started?

Project Based Learning: Bring Life into your Classroom!

Do you already use projects and need the exchange with other teachers in order to develop new ideas and broaden your experience? Do you want to introduce real life scenarios into your classes, crossing the barriers of subjects and providing accessible learning to your students? Then this is the right course for you. After a general introduction on the theoretical principles of PBL and an overview of ways to adapt the method to the needs of your class, the curriculum and the conditions at your school you will have the chance to: Even if it is not possible to change the school curriculum and make PBL your main method, introducing projects into your teaching can increase student engagement and encourage collaboration, innovation and creative problem-solving. The schedule for the course is adapted to the number of participants and their specific needs. Project Based Learning.

A 1 Week ERASMUS+ Teacher Training Course about Project Based Learning (PBL) This course has been created for educators who want to learn more about Project Based Learning (PBL) and how they can integrate this topic into their lessons and school curriculum using the latest techniques and classroom tools.

Project Based Learning

PBL offers students an opportunity to be more engaged in the lessons and provides students with a deeper understanding of the topic through simultaneous exposure to a variety of learning methods. In this engaging and hands-on course, participants will gain an understanding of what Project Based Learning is, which tools are best for integrating PBL in to your lessons, how to monitor and assess students using PBL and reflect on how educators can integrate PBL into their own teaching practices. By the end of this course, students will have gained greater insight into PBL projects for the classroom and how to integrate PBL into their lessons. Target audience course details - Berlin - BE.PBL. Project Based Learning. b96904 ff13a4836724474cbffae5cd4d5767e5. Europeantraining. CLIL is increasingly being taken up by Ministries of Education as an innovative approach to teaching modern languages, as a motivating method for teaching subject areas or simply as a contribution to internationalization and the ideal of multilingualism.


With this exponential growth, the lack of competent, trained CLIL teachers has become more evident. Content teachers are not infrequently monolingual and may not recognize the benefits of becoming bilingual, while language teachers may not feel proficient in the subject-area knowledge required for content teaching. Education ministries insist on CLIL implementation, but do not oversee a workforce sufficiently competent in all three necessary areas: target language ability, subject knowledge, and CLIL methodology. Content and language integrated learning (CLIL) is a term created in 1994 by David Marsh and Anne Maljers as a methodology similar to but distinct from language immersion and content-based instruction.

Información del curso. OBJECTIVES1) Become aware of key issues related to digital literacy in education2) Reflect, discuss and review on blended, flipped and cooperative teaching and learning by integrating technology and web tools 3) Getting inspired by best practices on how ICT can enhance students motivation, participation, entrepreneurship and learning 4) Improve digital skills by working with a range of interesting tools, software and programmes for teaching and learning 5) Design and develop concrete teaching projects (multimedia contents, resources and blended lessons) to be applied in classroom PROGRAMMEDay 1: Welcome • Presentation of the course and participants• Brainstorming and team building• How and why to integrate ICTs, digital and web tools in teaching?

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An interactive introduction• Cultural visit of the city centre Day 4: IWB and social media• Interactive White Board (IWB): how to get the most of it? CLIL -Practical Methodology -Teacher Training -ETI Malta : ETI Malta. Terms and Conditions Registration The ETI Registration Form should be submitted directly online (at or by email to your contact at ETI at or by fax at +356 2137 3725.

CLIL -Practical Methodology -Teacher Training -ETI Malta : ETI Malta

Registration Forms will be duly acknowledged and confirmed by ETI. Any flight tickets purchased through ETI must be paid in full immediately upon confirmation of flight prices and flight itineraries.Reduction of Lessons If only one participant is enrolled on a mini-group course at one particular level, the number of lessons/hours will be reduced.Cancellation Fees Cancellation of bookings must be received in writing and are subject to a cancellation fee as follows: Between 1 and 2 weeks before arrival: 1 week's tuition + registration fee + hotel accommodation cancellation fee, if applicable. Less than 1 week before arrival or after commencement of a course: no refund will be given and fees are not transferable.