The main focus of this course centers around eTwinning Schools as inclusive and innovative learning organisations. In particular, we are going to discover innovative, inclusive and creative learning approaches, explore ways of collaborating with other teachers, students, parents and the local community as well ways to promote the continuous professional development of staff and develop the whole school as a learning organisation. This course is the third course of the series “How to become an eTwinning School”. You can find the previous two courses of the series below:
In this course, you will:
- Discover innovative, inclusive and creative learning approaches,
- Find ways to collaborate with other teachers, students, parents and the local community,
- Explore ways to promote the continuous professional development of staff.
Methodology & assessment
The course participants will be assessed through the (short) course learning–tasks offered at the end of each module, and the final module task – which will include the option to consider either the personal benefits that can result from taking part in a professional learning network or the steps involved in designing a meaningful learning network for a community of teachers or other educators.
Upon successful completion of the course a digital course certificate is awarded. The certificate shows the name of the learner and key course details such as the estimated learning hours, the learning objectives, and a link to the course homepage.