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Developing creativity in learning and teaching

2013/14 study visits:

Bildung für die Zukunft (Gruppen 76, Polen, 16-20 September 2013).

Benefits of visual arts education for creativity and literacy (Group 77, Slovenia, 17-20 September 2013).

Programmes scolaires réalisés dans les centres de loisirs (Groupe 78, République tchèque, 30 Septembre - 04 Octobre 2013).

Development of soft skills of pupils and students (Group 79, Czech Republic, 07-11 October 2013).

Creativity for quality education (Group 80, Luthuania, 07-11 October 2013).

COOL - Cooperative open learning as a teaching concept (Group 81, Austria, 21-25 October 2013).

Innovative responses to delivery of creative industries (Group 82, United Kingdom, 28 October - 01 November 2013).

Non-formal education promoting learning from pre-school to baccalaureate  (Group 83, France, 10-14 February 2014).

Teachers’ competences for the 21st Century school  (Group 211, Slovenia, 31 March-4 April 2014).

Museums supporting formal school education and informal lifelong learning  (Group 212, Hungary, 31 March-4 April 2014).

Learning outside the classroom - effective learning in the natural world  (Group 213, United Kingdom, 31 March-4 April 2014).

Developing  pupil’s creative and individual abilities to support career choices  (Group 214, Latvia, 07-11 April 2014).

Catalogage et valorisation du patrimoine culturel : un outil d’éducation culturelle à l’école  (Groupe 215, Italie, 07-11 avril 2014).

New resources in science teaching: an innovative partnership linking research and education  (Group 216, France, 08-10 April 2014).

Techniques et outils alternatifs pour l’apprentissage des sciences et d’une langue étrangère  (Groupe 217, Roumanie, 05-09 mai 2014).

Structuration et enjeux d’une politique d’éducation aux médias  (Group 219, France, 12-16 mai 2014).

Les ressources culturelles locales pour approcher l’art à l’école primaire  (Groupe 220, France, 12-16 mai 2014).

Developing competences and creativity – From pre-school to secondary education  (Group 221, Poland, 02-06 June 2014).

Using web-based tools for flexible, innovative and creative teaching and learning  (Group 222, Spain, 16-20 June 2014).

Goals and benefits of co-teaching sciences and philosophy  (Group 223, France, 16-20 June 2014).

 

2012/13 study visits:

Opportunities in various educational settings (Group 79, Iceland, 24-28 September 2012).

Using student-engaging teaching methods to promote learning (Group 80, Denmark, 24-28 September 2012).

Building strong professional learning communities (Group 81, Sweden, 24-28 September 2012).

Developing competencies, talents and creativity outside formal education (Group 82, Latvia, 08-12 October 2012).

How to promote enterpreneurial learning and creativity in schools for the 21st century (Group 83, Sweden, 15-19 October 2012).

Competence and creativity for successful teaching and learning (Group 84, Italy, 10-14 December 2012).

Better school design for better, safe and creative learning (Group 219, Turkey, 08-12 April 2013).

How cities can innovate education (Group 220, Portugal, 08-12 April 2013).

Expérimentation de l´approche orientante (Groupe 221, Belgique, 13-15 Mai 2013).

Web-based toold for flexible, innovative and creative teaching and learning (Group 223, Spain, 17-21 June 2013).

 

2011/12 study visits:

Project-based learning in an open and flexible structure (Group 94, Denmark, 26-30 September 2011).

Soft skills in everyday life or how to develop key competences (Group 95, Czech Republic, 03-07 October 2011).

Creative ways to motivate and innovate in education (Group 96, Italy, 03-06 October 2011).

CLIL in an inquiry-based classroom experience (Group 97, Poland, 03-07 October 2011).

Creativity and critical thinking in education and training (Group 98, Turkey, 17-21 October 2011).

Supporting students´ skills and passions - A challenge for contemporary school (Group 100, France, 17-19 October 2011).

How does the brain learn? Neurodidactic answers to increasing social challenges (Group 101, Turkey, 24-28 October 2011).

Itinéraires croisés: sciences, littérature, art (Groupe 102, Italie, 07-11 Novembre 2011).

Supporting innovation in education in Teruel (Group 103, Spain, 13-17 February 2012).

Creativity - A key competence for learning, participating, inclusion and developing new jobs (Group 219, Italy, 19-23 March 2012).

Learning outside the classroom in the natural world (Group 220, United Kingdom, 26-30 March 2012).

Ausbildung des kreativen und effektiven Fremdspachenlehrers (Gruppe 221, Polen, 26-30 Mai 2012).

Identifying and supporting gifted children in Poland (Group 223, Poland, 07-11 May 2012).

Developing creativity in all age groups by playing chess (Group 224, Lithuania, 07-11 May 2012).

L´histoire des artes dans l´éducation et la formation tout au long de la vie (Groupe 225, France, 14-18 Mai 2012).

Improving, engaging and empowering teaching and learning through use of ICT (Group 226, United Kingdom, 11-15 June 2012).

 

2010/11 study visits:

Creativity and enquiry-based learning - Good practice in English schools (Group 32, United Kingdom, 27 September - 01 October 2010).

CRED´o: creative education - Successful generation (Group 33, Lithuania, 04-08 October 2010).

Using cooperative learning in teaching, teacher training and leadership (Group 34, Germany, 11-15 October 2010).

Soft skills for life and work (Group 35, Czech Republic, 18-22 October 2010).

Non-traditional approach to teaching physical education (Group 36, Czech Republic, 18-22 October 2010).

Itinéraires croisés: sciences, littérature, art (Groupe 37, Italie, 18-22 Octobre 2010).

Umsetzung einer neuen Lehr - und Lernkultur im Unterricht und in der Schule (Gruppe 39, Österreich, 08-12 November 2010).

Innovation in connecting theroetical and practical learning (Group 40, Czech Republic, 22-26 November 2010).

From experience to knowledge - Applying drama in education (Group 41, Hungary, 14-18 February 2011).

Creativity and learning (Group 42, United Kingdom, 28 February-04 March 2011).

European and global dimensions in education (Group 161, Slovenia, 11-15 April 2011).

Use of creative and innovative projects to improve lifelong learning skills (Group 162, United Kingdlom, 11-15 April 2011).

Principles and practices for developing learning to learn across age phases (Group 163, United Kingdom, 09-12 May 2011).

Outdoor education - Development of creativity and the environment (Group 166, Sweden, 16-20 May 2011).

Creativity and curriculum (Group 167, Slovakia, 17-19 May 2011).

 

2009/10 visit reports:

Education for sustainability through organic food and farming (Group 76, Poland, 07-11 September 2009).

Creativity and technology in education (Group 77, Italy, 05-08 October 2009).

Creative and inspiring learning out of the classroom (Group 78, United Kingdom, 12-16 October 2009).

Smart education with art (Group 79, Italy, 19-23 October 2009).

Through creativity to knowledge (Group 82, Poland, 16-19 November 2009).

Developing creativity in learning and teaching via cultural education (Group 83, Belgium, 23-27 November 2009).

L´enseignement no formel dans les clubs pour enfants (Groupe 84, Roumanie, 08-11 Mars 2010).

Use of laboratories for teaching sciences and gaining vocational competences (Group 85, Greece, 15-18 March 2010).

Applied science in secondary education and interdisciplinary projects (Group 87, Austria, 12-16 April 2010).

Creative education-Stimulus for lifelong learning (Group 88, Lithuania, 12-15 April 2010).

Developing thinking skills and assessment for learning strategies to improve attainment (Group 91, United Kingdom, 26-28 April 2010).

Les ressources culturelles locales: moyens pour enseigner (Groupe 92, France, 26-30 Avril 2010).

Help and support for every child (Group 93, Lithuania, 17-21 May 2010).

Innovative methods of teaching English for specific purposes and IT (Group 94, Bulgaria, 17-21 May 2010).

 

2008/09 visit reports:

A visit to the arts and letters birthplace (Group 448, Greece, 31 March to 3 April 2009).

Creativity and environmental awareness step by step

Creating creative students through formal education (Group 450, Turkey, 4-8 May 2009).

Making students and teachers think creatively (Group 451, Poland, 1-5 June 2009).