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 Course for maths and science teachers 
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TITLE: Make Maths and Science teaching attractive! Read our brochure and do not hesitate to contact us!EDUCATION SECTOR OF THE TRAINING PARTICIPANTS:

  •  Pre-Primary
  •  Primary
  •  General secondary
  •  Vocational/Technical secondary

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Teachers (Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult)
  • Teacher trainers
  • Headteachers/principals/managers of schools/organisations offering adult education
  • Careers officers, educational guides and counsellors

THEMATIC FIELD OF THE TRAINING:

  •  Maths, chemistry & physics
  •  New technologies
  •  Pedagogy and didactics
  •  School improvement & quality evaluation.

LANGUAGE OF THE TRAINING:

The main language used will be English.

Steps to follow when you apply:

Both the course fee and your travel and accommodations expenses can be fully covered by a Erasmus+ grants, KA 1,  from the National Agency of your country!!!

To submit an Erasmus+ project, applicants must follow the five steps described below:

1. Register in the participant portal

To do so, the person representing an organisation (or an informal group of young people) must follow the  following steps:

Once the registration in the Participant Portal is completed, the organisation/group will obtain a nine-digit PIC Number.

2. Send an email requesting to attend our training with your CV to Asociatia Edulifelong – contact Ms. Iohana Udrescu asociatia.edulifelong@yahoo.com

3. Contact your National Agency to get an application form

4. Send the completed application form to your National Agency.

5. Wait for approval and contact the organizing institution (Asociatia Edulifelong) to confirm your pre-registration (also contact us in case you have not been awarded a grant)

Don’t lose track of the deadline: 5 March 2015 !!!

Course fee FOR 7 days

Course Fee (includes training materials) € 490,00

Day by day programme of the training activity

Day1:(Sunday)

Participants’ arrival. City tour. Welcome dinner.

Day2:(Monday)

Welcome activity: Introduction of trainers and participants.

Participants’ presentations about one method that they use to teach in classrooms: math, phisics, chemistry, biology, and ICT.

Presenting  the teaching method: Angles and corners

Day3:(Tuesday)

Presenting  the teaching method: Think-Pair-Share.Example of combined (math-physics) lesson.

Workshop: using the software GeoGebra

Visit the park of the city where Brancusi’s monuments are.

Day4:(Wednesday)

Presenting  the teaching method: Constructivism for teaching and learning.

Math and Science and Mechanics- workshop with students from the University Constantin Brancusi, Engineering Faculty; scientific lectures in collaboration with teachers from the University.

Workshop: using the software Yenka

Visiting the Architecture Museum.

Day5:(Thursday)

Methods in order to foster motivation of students.

Workshop: using the software Matlab

Visiting a bat colony, inside “Peștera Muierilor”.

Day6:(Friday)  

New methods for teaching math, phisics, chemistry, biology, and ICT.

Workshop: using the software Scientific WorkPlace

Day7:(Saturday)

Final evaluation and conclusions Participants’

Departure

 

How to apply for Erasmus+ KA1

– The deadline for submitting your application is 17th March 2014 (noon at Brussell timezone)

– Application will outcome somewhere before end of January but draft version is possible to see at http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/form/school_education_staff_mobility_en.pdf .

– Only School or institution will apply, not a single teacher!

– Questions are simple, but they give scores after reading  your answers, so be patient and not too short with your words. Also try not to write outside the topic.

-A school makes only one application for all staff for 1-2 years. So be sure your needs match our offer.

– More about KA1 mobility and also KA2 you can read from guide: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf .

Your national agency can also help, because it is up to it if you are accepted. Their adresses you will find from:http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus-plus/national-agencies_en.htm

More will come!

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