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VoiceS In-service course Graz 2014. Apply now!

Graz  (CC BY 2.0) rom@nski photo
Graz (CC BY 2.0) rom@nski photo

Vom 23. bis zum 28. März 2014 bietet das VoiceS Netzwerk eine LehrerInnenfortbildung in Graz an. Weitere Informationen zum Kurs:

In-Service Course Graz: VOICES – Integrated competences for European Teachers. Giving voice(s) to professionalism and citizenship in school networking. 23. – 28.03.2014.

This blended learning course consists of three parts. The first one will be an introductory approach to the main issues of the course; the participants will be required to log in the course area, filling in their profile, and analyse selected readings and prepare their essays before the face to face sessions. The second part of the course consists of 6 days face2face sessions with lectures, workshops, seminars, group work, cultural activities, school visits and international projects planning. Once completed, teachers – organised in international groups- will carry out a project in their own schools; these projects will be shared, analysed, described and written, including visual evidences. A selection of them will be edited in e-book format and uploaded to the webpage of European Teachers.

Application requirements

The course is addressed mainly to professionals teaching children between 8 -14 years, but is open to other educational staff as pre-primary educators, head teachers and school principals. The applicants are required to have at least five years of experience and a good level of English (B2 minimum).

Programme
http://de.slideshare.net/heiko.vogl/20131120-voices-inservicecoursegrazprogramm

Application procedure
Please contacts your VoiceS national Group Coordinator. Each country will nominate two teachers for the course in Graz.

Contact
susanne.linhofer@phst.at

More

VoiceS Website
http://www.european-teachers.eu/

In-Service Courses 2014
http://www.european-teachers.eu/in-service-courses/in-service-courses-2014

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https://www.facebook.com/european.teachers

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