Many Estonian higher education institutions offer the opportunity to participate in international summer and winter schools and short courses.
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
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.
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
Tebo allows the top teachers to share their lesson plans and materials with others, so the best teaching methods and resources can be used by everyone and make an impact. Also, Tebo is a great platform to organize teaching. Create lessons, groups and organize learning for students. Make the lessons yourself or use ready-made lessons […]
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)