From 4-10 July 2023 (travel days included) EGInA and EuroClio will organise a teacher training and networking event in Foligno, Italy within the framework of the Innovation Station project. The training will be on how to use the Innovation Station guidelines on digital competences and engaging methods for online education. It will bring teachers from different subjects together, who will have the space to share ideas, practices and tools in their field, as well explore the adaptation of the guidelines for teachers to their everyday work.
We are currently accepting applications to join the teacher training this summer!
What are we looking for?
We are specifically looking for motivated practitioners and educators who are interest in blended and online learning. Ideally, you:
- Teach at secondary school level (all levels);
- Are proficient in English (B2 Level);
- Have (some) experience with online and blended learning;
What do we offer?
We offer an inspiring and transnational training, in which you will have the opportunity to meet with colleagues and gain practical knowledge of online and blended learning that can be applied in the classroom. Travel and accommodation costs will be covered by the organisers.
How can you apply?
You can apply for the Innovation Station Teacher Training by sending your CV, Letter of Motivation, and Letter of Support from your institution confirming your availability to join the training to Eugenie Khatschatrian (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The deadline for applications is Sunday 14 May 2023 at 12:00 CEST.
Please note that a total of eight educators will be selected from different countries across Europe. The Consortium strives to have a gender balance, geographical spread and a balance between STEM and Humanities.
We welcome applications from professionals with different levels of experience.
Organised by OBESSU – Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions, Impossible Foundation, EGInA – European Grants International Academy, Hellenic Open University and EuroClio, Innovation Station is an initiative that aims to connect students and teachers across Europe and join their forces in finding solutions to everyday challenges of online and blended learning.
Find out more about the project here.