Displaying items by tag: Teachers-Non Vet Secondary

Individualised Learning ”Everyone learns differently”

Individualized learning, or individualized instruction, is a method of teaching in which content, instructional technology, and pace of learning are based upon the abilities and interest of each learner. This is learning that is tailored to each student`s own learning styles, incorporate Technology and students choose learning activities which are connected to student interests

Game based learning

Game-based learning has become one of the best solutions for soft skills learning.

Project Writing

Successful projects have to offer value and impact. But writing a winning project and having a good plan often isn't enough.

Digital Transformation; preparing schools for online learning and digital teaching

The demand for digital learning is growing rapidly.

Sensitization Training

Creative Drama is a useful and supportive non-formal methods that can effectively be used in schools and formal educational settings.

Creative Drama and Gamification for formal education

Creative Drama is a useful and supportive non-formal methods that can effectively be used in schools and formal educational settings.

Teaching Critical Thinking and Innovation

Critical thinking is the ability to analyze a situation and make a professional judgement.

Project Cycle Management

Project cycle management is a methodology for managing projects. It provides structure to the process, but it also includes consulting stakeholders and providing them with relevant information throughout the life cycle of the project.

Newcomers of Europe-Developing Tolarance Towards Immigrants

Migration is an ongoing problem across the Europe.Education plays a crucial role in helping migrants and refugees settle in new countries and environments. Ensuring safe and encouraging multi-cultural environment is crucial for all children to develop their potentials.

Using ICT in Schools

Digital technologies are an inseparable part of today's learning process. ICT in Education line out how despite having access and positive attitudes towards implementing ICT into their teaching and learning, teachers often find this difficult and require on-going support - not only technical but also pedagogical.

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