Many Estonian higher education institutions offer the opportunity to participate in international summer and winter schools and short courses.
The Institute of Education, Tartu University provides research-based, pre-service training for teachers, special education teachers, speech therapists, and social pedagogies. Two programmes – Educational Technology (MA) and Educational Science (PhD) are taught in English. There is also an extensive in-service training programme for teachers, heads of schools, and university teaching staff. Study visits The Institute […]
Edumus is a platform connecting schools with professional specialists Edumus enables schools to engage working professionals in teaching – one grade, one subject at the time, for one school year. We supplement our offering with a self-development program for professionals to practice leadership and gain training skills. To do that we have created a scalable […]
Training program for initiators and leaders of professional learning communities in schools and kindergartens. The program introduces the concept and benefits of professional learning communities and enables the participants to practice some active teamwork tools that can be applied to engage other professionals in their organisations.
Intervention to support educators facing uncertainties of technology use and develop openness. The total planned duration of the program is 14 weeks. Institute of Education (Faculty of Social Sciences)
The online learning environment „Eesti keele ja kultuuri kursused“ (Courses in Estonian language and culture) provides engaging digital materials to assist learners in developing their Estonian language skills. Language learning materials for Estonian (level A1-C1) were created and added to an online environment.
On-line Estonian courses with teacher support for advanced learners. In recent years, the Department of Applied Linguistics has paid increasing attention to the development of web-based Estonian courses with teacher support. All of the courses are structured around access to online resources and communication via social media (Skype). They are available in the University of […]
An award-winning annual science educational TV contest for young people is aimed at showing that STEM can be fun and hands-on, and that anyone can do it, while offering excitement, ideas and knowledge to both contestants and viewers. Students, starting from the age of 15 until they are in their 2nd year of university studies, […]