Webinar proposto nell’ambito del progetto „Mediazione per l’accoglienza“ Consorzio Erasmus Plus 2021-1-IT02-KA121-SCH-000012059 – Obiettivi 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
In recent years, schools across Europe have experienced large-scale disruptions, such as absenteeism, quarantines, teacher and staff shortages, and cancelled classes, which resulted in lower standardized test scores in math and reading. The COVID-19 pandemic has particularly exacerbated mental health challenges, occurrence of classroom misbehaviour, and loss in teaching and learning time, despite the efforts in keeping students on track. Join this webinar to reflect on how teachers can assess students’ learning levels and help them to “catch up”.
Wednesday 8 June | 16:00 CEST
What is this webinar about?
The webinar begins with examining the “catch-up” framework facing schools in helping students to progress, stay resilient and more motivated to take control of their own learning.
Additionally, we explore different approaches that teachers can adopt to support their teaching and their students by looking at examples from various European schools.
In closing, the webinar also presents good practices of Universal Design for Learning, Project-Based Learning, and Social and Emotional Learning, which are active learning methods encouraging students to develop executive functions, such as setting goals and developing successful learning plans.