Since 2003, ILET & Schooling Group SNC has been a leader in professional development, providing expertly-crafted, classroom-applicable courses to the teachers based on interdisciplinary approch across the globe. Furthermore ILET & Schooling Group SNC has been reliable member in different research, project and evaluaters groups. Based in Belgium and having its brances all over Europe, in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Scotland. ILET & Schooling Group SNC provide their services worldwide, whenever and wherever you need them.
We have experience 16 years providing development and research solution & sharing our knowhow about interdisciplinary approches.
Teachers lead their students every day in the classroom, but there are so many more opportunities for teachers to make an impact.
We creat your individual studies based on your qualification and keen interest to start using interdisciplinary approch.
Choose from many online, self-paced continuing education courses for teacher salary advancement and recertification. Courses are reviewed and offered in partnership with EU European schoolnet and universities. We also organize many individual field studies in different European countires.
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ZOOM WEBINAR KNOWN AND UNKNOWN FINNISH SCHOOL
What will happen if you as a teacher end up in a school in Finland? How much should you change in your educational philosophy? What does the Finnish school really look like? Can we use the best practice of the Finnish school in your country? Surely you have other questions to discuss. Welcome to webinar with Dr. Ingvar Stål.
ZOOM WEBINAR INTERDISCIPLINARY FOR TEACHERS
"Interdisciplinarity" is a genuinely fancy word academics like to use to demonstrate that they can pronounce a lot of syllables and read books from different sections of the library.
However, it is also a way to help adding cohesion to a class's learning experience by focusing on a common theme from several subject areas within several lessons.
Furthermore, interdisciplinarity (not even Microsoft Word thinks it's an actual word!) integrates topics and approaches that otherwise would not even cross each other. Besides, showing students connections between different areas that are usually siloed off, can help them develop their own skills in making creative links and provide a more accurate and engaging reflection of what real-life research—and real-life in general—can look like.
If you are a primary- or middle school teacher, you can still transform or modify your way of teaching and managing the students. After accomplishing this webinar with ILET & Schooling, you will be able to create interdisciplinary learning topics for your students and get insights about interdisciplinary.
ZOOM WEBINAR TEACHERS AND DIGITAL COMPETENCY
1. What does Digital Competency mean?
2. Teachers’ Digital Competency – necessary reality.
3. Digital resources and Interdisciplinary Learning Environment.
4. Development of Learners’ Digital Competency.
In order to complete this course, you will need to complete all modules. During the course you will:
- Attend online lectures (Zoom and Moodle)
- Participate in group discussions (Zoom)
- Create e-portfolio
All hosts of the webinars are teachers and researchers with solid experience in the digitalization of learning environments.
ONLINE WORKSHOP "COOL MATHS WITH US"-INTERDISIPLINARY MATHS TEACHING
1. Part from 3.
How can we teach Mathematics so that lesoons become interesting and stimulat students' engagement?
Why teaching maths as "fun" not enough?
We are going to discuss and familiarize ourselve with the main principles of the COOL MATHS LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.
ONLINE WORKSHOP "CHEMISTRY IN THE KITCHEN"-INTERDISCIPLINARY CHEMISTRY TEACHING
1. Part of 3.
Are you curious about how interdisciplinary approach working in the classroom? How the competency-based curriculum for junior-highschool can be formed? Here is the first workshop of three about Interdisciplinary Chemistry. We are going to share different classroom scenarios under the topic "Chemistry in the kitchen".
ONLINE WORKSHOP "CHEMISTRY OF TEXTILE FIBERS"-INTERDISCIPLINARY CHEMISTRY TEACHING 2. Part of 3.
Are you curious about how interdisciplinary approach working in the classroom? How the competency-based curriculum for junior-highschool can be formed? Here is the first workshop of three about Interdisciplinary Chemistry. We are going to share different classroom scenarios under the topic "The Chemistry of textile fibers".
ONLINE WORKSHOP "COSMETOLOGY WITH NATURE"-INTERDISCIPLINARY CHEMISTRY TEACHING 3. Part of 3.
Are you curious about how interdisciplinary approach working in the classroom? How the competency-based curriculum for junior-highschool can be formed? Here is the first workshop of three about Interdisciplinary Chemistry. We are going to share different classroom scenarios under the topic "Cosmetology with Nature".
Richard Söderström, Teacher in Maths and Science, Stockholm, Sweden
"One could say that the student-centered teaching relieves the student of all the limitations that a non-student-centered teaching lock into them, which hinders their curiosity to explore and investigate.
The student-centered teaching makes it easy for the teacher to always challenge and support the student to constantly be in its optimal development zone because the student himself/herself always focuses on what is understandable and on the boundary of where their existing knowledge ends and so on. always constructing new knowledge."
"Ma période la plus réussie en tant qu’éducatrice à l’école à l’heure actuelle est de m’appuyer sur mon expérience au fil des années et d’avoir appris au cours de ma formation d’enseignant ce qu'est un modèle centré sur l’élève et comment je l’utilise dans ma profession d’enseignant.
Ce modèle m'a énormément aidé et surtout, il a beaucoup aidé davantage mes étudiants. Ils ont développé leurs compétences linguistiques et leur capacité à acquérir de nouvelles compétences de manière bien meilleure et plus efficace.
Avec l'aide du modèle centré sur l'étudiant, mes étudiants ont commencé à assumer davantage la responsabilité de leur apprentissage et à apprendre de leurs camarades de classe de sorte que mes étudiants agissent en tant qu'enseignant et élève, ce qui développe leur connaissance de la matière à un niveau optimal."
language teacher, Stockholm, Sweden