School adoption in teacher education - SATE
Key Action 2 - Strategic Partnerships
Coordinator - University College Syddanmark (Denmark)
The aim of the SATE project is to bridge the existing gap between schools and teacher education by the development of an effective and innovative model for internships that strengthens collaboration between practice and the academic world. School adoption is a win-win situation. Student teachers take over a school for a week and learn by doing. They get the opportunity to test in practice their academic knowledge supported by a mentor. School teachers can participate in professional development classes during this week in order to strengthen their skills and competences. They will learn how to act as co-educators for student teachers.
Contact person: Olga Surina, Director of the Institute of Teacher Education
building 11, room 102
Tel: +7 (8412) 54-83-62
|Teaching seminar in Denmark attended by Olga Surina, Director of Belinsky Institute of Teacher Education, and Natalya Pavlova, Head of the Department of Foreign Languages
Two representatives from Penza State University – Olga Surina and Natalya Pavlova – participated in the international teaching seminar held on February 16th-19th, 2015 in Denmark. The seminar programme comprised visits to schools in Vejen and the University College South Denmark in Haderslev and Esbjerg.
|ERASMUS+ project participants complete their working visit to Weingarten
Olga Surina, Director of Belinsky Institute of Teacher Education, and Natalya Pavlova, Head of the Department of Foreign Languages, attended the meeting devoted to the implementation of the European Union Grant on teacher education, youth and academic mobility development within ERASMUS+ SATE (School Adoption in Teacher Education) 1-DK01-KA203-022324.
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