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1L00ET87-3012
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3013
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3014
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3015
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3016
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3017
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3020
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?
1L00ET87-3021
The course is based on practical familiarisation with learning environments and professional teachers’ networks. As regards networks, teacher students’ active work in networks and communities is emphasised. Teacher students are familiarised with diversity of teaching and facilitation, participate in social forums and know their work is a part of their students’ world of experience. Key questions: What features of learning environments promote learning? How do different fields of education build operating and learning environments and institutional culture to promote learning? How are accessibility and availability promoted in learning environments? What is students’ study path from an education level to another? What are good network and group work participants like and how are meaningful networks built and maintained? How can teachers use multiprofessional networks, cooperation partners and interest groups to support students’ career considerations? What does work with different cooperation and network parties mean for teachers and students, for example in entrepreneurship education?