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Motto: A school where the teacher does not teach is an absurdity. (Constantin Noica)

Continuous training must be a permanent concern of teachers, especially in these times when changes are taking place at an alert pace. Thus, even if it is a holiday, between August 8 and 12, 2022, 10 teachers from Spiru Haret Secondary School, Dorohoi, participated in two continuous training courses in Prague, Czech Republic, within the Erasmus+ project, Key Action 1 – School Education (SCH) 2021-1-RO01-KA121-SCH-000012601, organized by ITC International Training Center.

Along with Romanian teachers, teachers from Spain, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, Cyprus, Hungary participated in these courses.

The project aims to improve the professional and personal experience of the teaching staff of the school and to give them the opportunity to learn and apply methods considered to be effective in other education systems in the European Union countries.

The INCLUSIVE EDUCATION course, attended by 4 of our colleagues, took place under the motto: “No one is special and yet everyone is.”

The central theme of the course touched on a delicate subject of the 21st century. Fortunately, our society has overcome most of the prejudices of the past so that we can better deal with these – in reality non-existent – problems. Teachers participating in this course learned how to make their students feel welcome in the classroom. Inspired by the latest theories, the course offered the opportunity to learn about the difference between integration and inclusion, about risks and barriers to their implementation in the classroom, about how teachers can manage a conflict in the classroom. The course also gave teachers the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained and provided models of good practice.

Six other teachers participating in the ENCOURAGING CREATIVE THINKING course were guided to deepen Arthur Koestler’s idea: “Creativity is a special learning process, where the student and the teacher are one and the same person”. Following this motto, the students took part in activities aimed at learning a varied range of methods for developing students’ creativity and spontaneity, which can be applied to any educational discipline.

Thus, the participating teachers had the opportunity to meet colleagues of different EU nationalities with whom to share experiences and exchange ideas, and had the opportunity to improve their English communication skills.

The implementation of the Erasmus+ project Key Action 1 – School Education (SCH) 2021-1-RO01-KA121-SCH-000012601, will have the direct effect of improving the instructional-educational process within the “Spiru Haret” School through the use of new teaching-learning methods -evaluation, by creating an inclusive environment conducive to any student who wants to study in our school and by encouraging and developing the creative thinking of both teachers and students. (Project team)

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DorohoiNews.ro, 23-08-2022

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