Active study methods for open learning spaces

Tallinn University offers consultations and seminars about active study methods to use in Smart Classrooms and Open Learning Spaces at schools and in nonformal educational settings. For more information please contact Viktoria Humal, Partnership Relations Manager School of Educational Sciences, Tallinn University

Smart classrooms and changing learning spaces

Consultation, training and study tours on: how to design contemporary learning spaces and smart classrooms (concept overview); how to organize public architectural competitions; drawing up a spatial analysis, adjusting the room programme and formulating the brief.

Teacher training and educational research in Estonia

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 […]

Opiq

Opiq enables to digitize core curriculum learning content, provides better access to high quality education and creates conditions for a data-based approach to learning and educational strategies. proposal for you

Estonian labour and skills forecasting system OSKA

Info session about Estonian labour and skills forecasting system OSKA – methodology, monitoring, exploitation of results. The OSKA forecasting system produces projections of the need for labour force and skills in all fields of the Estonian economy and compares these to the education and training offered by higher and vocational education institutions and continuing education […]

Estonian qualifications system

Info sessions about the contribution of the representatives of employers and employees to drafting occupational qualifications standards and organising occupational qualifications exams etc

Youth work in Estonia

Comprehensive youth policy approach: Meet the globally recognised comprehensive youth policy approach! Within the past 20 years Estonia has invested to develop an effective national youth policy, combining a diverse set of different services into evidence-based, engaging and systematic support to youth. We aim to ensure that each young person has ample opportunities for self-development […]

Talent development through hobby education

Talent development through hobby education: How do you make sure that your true talents are discovered and developed? There are surely many ways for that throughout diverse opportunities of non-formal education and the youth field. Yet, in Estonia there is a long tradition of the hobby education service that we are extremely proud of. It […]