Tartu Tamme Gymnasium is happy to start a new Erasmus+ staff mobility project in order to learn about European schools’ best practices, promote blended and integrated learning and modernize language learning. We also intend to learn how to host school visits in our school in the near future.
Our project lakes place from September 2017 to August 2019, and it includes 12 flows of staff mobility. Our teachers will be attending three training events focused on school visits and three structured courses focused on professional development. They will be visiting Spain, Italy, Hungary, Great Britain, Ireland and Iceland.
As for the outcomes of the project, we intend to create six sets of innovative learning materials, give several open classes, as well as write an e-book called Top Tips for a Modern Teacher.
This project aims to give our teachers any credit they deserve. We expect the participants to share their experiences with other interested teachers here and across Europe, Most importantly, though, we are seeking answers to the following questions:
- What makes learning and teaching truly effective?
- What are the pros and cons of teacher-centered and student-centered approaches?
- How to develop and maintain the art of teaching at a high level?
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