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Learning with creativity: Let the game begin! (SchoolEducationGateway)

Play has long been an essential tool for learning. Philosophers, biologists, educators and psychologists alike have tried to investigate, understand and explain the roots and purpose of this universal activity. Whether no-, low- or high-tech, games are problem-solving activities approached with a playful attitude, making them a great way [...]
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Bullying - NOT in my class! Creating safe learning environments for students (SchoolEducationGateway)

Bullying is an age-old phenomenon that negatively impacts students’ learning and wellbeing, and technological advancements give space to the rise of new forms of harassment. The new course “Bullying – Not in my class!” helps to gain insight into different types of bullying and cyberbullying, and empowers participants to [...]
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Embracing Language Diversity in Your Classroom (SchoolEducationGateway)

Movement within and into Europe as well as international school projects made our continent more language diverse. But dealing with multilingual classrooms isn’t self-evident. The new Teacher Academy course ‘Embracing Language Diversity in Your Classroom’ helps you to utilise the different language skills in the classroom, and provides you [...]
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Shared Leadership and School Development (SchoolEducationGateway)

The Shared Leadership & School Development course therefore explores how school leaders, teachers, and others can support the development of a distributed leadership approach at school level. The course defines distributed leadership and why it is an effective leadership model for schools before going into details and examples of [...]
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Integrating Newly Arrived Migrant Students in Schools (SchoolEducationGateway)

The course will explore the practicalities of integrating newly arrived migrant students in a school community and will look at how teachers can work at a very practical level with such students in their classrooms. The course will continue the work started by participants in course 2 of building [...]
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