The EU-funded programme ‘House of Europe’ welcomes schoolteachers of exact sciences, headteachers and methodological teachers from Ukraine interested in introducing IT solutions in the educational process, to apply for a Digital Lab.
The project will help educators overcome the challenges of teaching exact sciences and introducing IT solutions in classrooms. The Lab will run for nine days, from 5 to 13 February 2022.
The participants will attend more than 15 lectures and workshops run by experts from the EU, the UK, and Ukraine. They will also receive personal advice and an assessment of the methodology they are working on. Those who will draft the best methodologies will get up to €500 for further advancement.
The deadline for the application is 16 November.
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