The term “teaching method” refers to the assumptions and beliefs to teaching, to how the content is organised and presented and to the techniques and practices used for classroom instruction. “Methodology” refers to more than a simple set of methods: it means the study of pedagogical practices in general, including theoretical implications and related research. It includes what is involved in how to teach. The proliferation of new methods in recent years suggests the need for a systematic description and comparison of methods with a focus on the best teaching practices.
Some courses focus on general new teaching methods and strategies in order to help teachers engage students and assertively manage challenging classrooms. Other courses are about managing an effective and up-to-date classroom that encourages participation and engaged learning using creativity and the latest classroom tools. Still other courses provide relevant skills to be able to apply new pedagogical models and innovative curriculum development in order to develop your school at international level.
Please, fill in the Erasmus+ support form to discuss your current Erasmus+ grant and training requirements or if you need support to apply for Erasmus+ funding. Our courses are in English, but we may offer them in other languages upon request.