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IQAIST Newsletter no 6 Romania - English version


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IQAIST: Improving Quality and Accessibility in In-Service Trainings for Teachers

Project number: 2014–1–IT02–KA201–004226

In Service Training for Teachers: project funded with support from the European Commission through Erasmus+ Program

Erasmus+ Key Action 2:
This project is a Strategic Partnership in the field of school education. The new Erasmus+ programme aims to support actions in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014- 2020. The Key Action 2 supports the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practise at organisational, local, regional, national or European levels.

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IQAIST Newsletter no 6 Romania - English version

  1. 1. HIGHLIGHTS NON-FORMAL ATTENDED BY 9 TEACHERS 2014–1–IT02–KA201–004226Newsletter 6 The Power of Non-Formal Iași, Romania, 8th - 14th November 2015 Overview: The course was attended by 9 primary, middle-school and secondary teachers from Spain (3), Italy (1), Portugal (1), Slovenia (2) and Turkey (2) in a highly collaborative and trans-sectorial setting. IQAIST: Improving Quality and Accessibility in In-Service Trainings for Teachers During the sessions they acquired knowledge and practical infor- mation about “Non-Formal Methods”, improve their practical skills related to how, when, with who, to use non-formal methods and made contacts with individuals and organisations with similar ex- perience and exchange best practices. They had the opportunity to discuss teaching methods, visit other institutions and interact with other professionals working with non-formal. Along the stay the teachers had the opportunity to share their cul- ture, their traditions and their national food. We started with the International dinner; there everybody brought something specific and traditional from their country. Each day the meals were ar- ranged in different restaurants, in order for the participants taste all kinds of specific Romanian dished. During the training the teachers visited important places from Iași in different non-formal ways: - Iași City Center – through a game (City Hunt); - Copou Park, “Al. I. Cuza” University – formal and non-formal approach; - „Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre – formal and non-formal approach. The group of teachers had practical training sessions where they could implement new instruments and methods for a modern pedagogical approach. We chose the topic of “Non-Formal” because all teachers are working with those type of methods and a re-freshen on those methods, an exchange of instruments and methods is all the time a good way to grew your daily practice for a better involve- ment of students into the learning process, for decreasing the rate, the percentage of dropping up the school or the educa- tional institutions.