The European Training Foundation (ETF) has selected ten finalists for the Innovative Teaching & Learning Award 2022. The list includes projects from Georgia and Ukraine that represent best practices in innovative teaching and learning.
In total, the ETF received approximately 800 applications from 50 countries.
The Fablabs project supports teachers and students in Georgia in vocational education and training, fostering their technical skills while supporting their creativity and entrepreneurial skills to encourage them to start their own businesses. The programme is implemented in 14 colleges across Georgia.
The Development Programme for Export Consultants (Ukraine) was designed and implemented to improve the efficiency and internationalisation of Ukrainian business.
The vote will close on 21 November, and the results will be announced on 28–29 November.
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