The course is aimed at teachers (primary, secondary, vocational, university, adult) and teacher trainers. During the course, participants will analyse and recognise different learning styles and best ways students learn, as well as adapt teaching materials and activities for different types of learners. This will enable participants to acknowledge and adapt to learner needs, making the teaching process more interactive and attractive.
The participants will also have the opportunity to employ strategies to support learner independence, so that their students can recognise their own learning styles and improve their learning. This will enable the participants to foster a positive learning attitude with their learners.
Teachers will have the opportunity to modernise and upgrade their teaching strategies and exchange their experiences and examples of good practice with other teachers.
After completing the course, participants will be able to:
- analyse and list learning styles and multiple intelligences
- recognise learning styles, intelligences, and preferences of their learners
- adapt their teaching material and activities for different intelligences and learning styles
- diversify the types of methods and activities used in class
- make their lessons more interactive and student-focused
- use effective group activities to encourage collaborative learning
- use different activities to encourage student autonomy
- meet colleagues from other European countries, share experiences and examples of good practice