Teaching Tomorrow

The course focuses on didactical skills for teachers who want to enable dynamic learning in tomorrow’s learning environment based on new learning theories. We explore new perspectives for efficient organization of teaching in future schools.
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Teaching Tomorrow
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During this course we explore two key complementary competences for future leadership: inspirational leadership in combination with strategic leadership. Schools are facing complex transitions that have an impact on all levels and for all stakeholders. Inspirational and strategic leadership provides a vision and direction towards effectiveness and success. Participants will get to know new teaching and learning methods that face the educational challenges of the future.


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City of the Course Marsalforn Bay, Malta
Address of the Course Hotel Calypso Marsalforn Bay Island of Gozo Malta
Course Website

http://erasmusplus-ist.eu/teaching-tomorrow

Target Group Schools and centers for adult education; Teachers, school management, principals, educators and school governors, …
Date/s of the Course
  • School year 2016-2017: 13 – 18 November 2016
  • School year 2017-2018: 5 – 10 November 2017
Where to apply

Eekhout Academy
PIC 947859169
University Leuven Campus Kortrijk
E. Sabbelaan 53 , post box 7642

8500 Kortrijk
Flanders Belgium

For more information: contact Charlotte Depoorter: charlotte.depoorter@kuleuven.be

Participation Costs

We offer a flexible cost structure
This allows you to select the package that fits best your personal or school situation.

  • Full package (€ 1250 = Participant uses all hotel accommodation offered by the course organizer)
    • The tuition fee covers: course material, use of the conference room, use of ICT in the conference room and the costs of the trainers.
    • The accommodation cost covers: the hotel rooms during the course period, the breakfasts during the course days, the coffee breaks, the refreshments during the course, the midday lunches during the course days (except last half course day), costs and fees of study visits and transport for course activities planned by the organizers.
    • This includes also the welcome supper and the farewell supper.
    • Participants, who stay with two people in a double room, obtain a reduction of € 250. They pay each € 1125.
  • Lunch package (€ 945 = Participant doesn’t sleep in the hotel and books another hotel on own behalf)
    • The tuition fee covers: course material, use of the conference room, use of ICT in the conference room and the costs of the trainers.
    • The accommodation cost covers: the coffee breaks and the refreshments during the course, the midday lunches during the course days (except last half course day), costs and fees of study visits and transport for course activities planned by the organizers.
    • This includes also the welcome supper and the farewell supper.
  • Course package (€ 785 = Participant doesn’t sleep or lunch in hotel and books another hotel on own behalf and takes care him/herself of the lunches)
    • The tuition fee covers: course material, use of the conference room, use of ICT in the conference room and the costs of the trainers.
    • The accommodation cost covers: the coffee breaks and the refreshments during the course, costs and fees of study visits and the transport for course activities planned by the organizers.
    • This includes also the welcome supper and the farewell supper.
Competences Tackled
  • Get insights into new didactics and teaching methods;
  • Get motivated by inspiring good practice on new teaching and learning;
  • Gain knowledge and skills on implementation and innovation processes;
  • Build up knowledge on learning theories, innovation management in schools and new organization of teaching;
  • Build up awareness of the need of change in connection to educational quality;
  • Learn about theoretical background on teaching and learning in connection to the own school context;
  • Build up awareness of the power of professional learning;
  • Pick up ideas from other countries in order to obtain higher educational quality in the own practice;
  • Learn to set up an operational plan imbedded in a holistic quality structure.
EQF level 6
ECVET Point 2-3; in preparation for 2017

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Blended Learning Modalities Use of digital interactive software. Use of digital learning environment before, during and after the course (Canvas Instructor) Use of digital storage of shared information; (Google Drive of Dropbox)
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Assessment Methods Permanent evaluation and feedback during the course. Warm evaluation at end of the course. Written evaluation after the course.
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GINCO Quality Levels

We established a quality system inspired on the recommendations of Ginco (Grundtvig International Network of Course Organisers).
We respect all quality requirements of the association of European Training Providers.
Link to our Quality Charter: http://www.erasmusplus-ist.eu/quality-charter

European Dimension Guaranteed

Based on and inspired by international research and literature

International team of lecturers and key note speakers

Participants coming from different EU countries involved in discussion and exchange of knowledge and experience.

In cooperation with different EU partners (schools, in service training institutes, higher education and universities)

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Organising Institute Eekhout Academy in association with Gozo College
Country of the Institute Flanders – Belgium
Institute Website

http://erasmusplus-ist.eu/

Contact Person

Peter Van de Moortel
Email: peter.vandemoortel@kuleuven.be