Innovative educators spreading ‘excellence’
The ETF’s ever-growing community of innovative educators is based on mutual support and aspiration to achieve excellence, through promoting innovative teaching and learning practices among teachers, trainers and other education professionals across the EU neighbouring regions.
Find out about some of the achievements of community members in Lebanon, Turkey, North Macedonia and other countries by joining the following two webinars taking place this month.
16th of February 15:00 CET: Innovative models in online and blended environment in the Arab speaking world describes models including audio, video based and web based. The webinar addresses vocational and secondary teachers to learn about innovative teaching and learning activities implemented by teachers in the Arab world during distance learning. The webinar will run in English and Arabic.
24th of February 11:00: Learner Motivation and Innovation - Experts from Turkey, North Macedonia and other countries will discuss and share experience about ways to motivate students engagement and learning, especially in times of forced distance learning and information overload. The webinar will run in English and Serbian-Bosnian.
Find out more about the community and how to join on the ETF’s OpenSpace.
The ETF Network for Excellence mirrors the European Union initiative on Centres of Vocational Excellence under the Erasmus+ programme. Centres of vocational excellence are a driving force for education and training system reform. They contribute to regional skills strategies, promoting employment and regional development by working closely with employers, and responding to learners with personalised learning pathways and the latest technology. As members of the ETF's ENE network vocational centres share ideas, practices and experience at both national and international levels.
One of the eight themes of the ENE network is the development of pedagogy and professional development for which the ETF has just recently launched the Community for Innovative Educators. The community’s goal is to empower its members to innovate through learning from each other.
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