Maja Videnovik and Mirjana Jankulovska, as representatives from Dig-Ed participated at international conference, ULCA: Pathway to Excellent Schools, Knowledge-sharing & Networking in Education, that was held at the Faculty of Education, Catholic University in Ružomberok, on November 9 and 10 2022. This conference was a key event organized by a team
“Train the LCA Teacher-trainer” training took part from 24th to 28th of October 2022 in primary school “Straso Pindzur”, Negotino, North Macedonia. Maja Videnovik and Mirjana Jankulovska, as Dig-Ed representatives took active participation in this training. During each day original training courses led by the LCA teacher-trainers-to-be were delivered. Feedback
Representatives from Dig-Ed participated in a training event “Building excellent schools based on the EFQM model of excellence”. The training was organized as part of the Erasmus+ project “Upgrade with learner centered approach” and was held in Riga, Latvia from 22.08.2022 to 26.08.2022. The training aim was to introduce organizations
Representative from Dig-Ed participated in TPM organized in Riga, Latvia as part of the Erasmus+ project “Upgrade with Learner Centered approach”. During the meeting partners discussed about the progress of intellectual outputs, made some agreements concerning the Guide for teachers, teacher trainers and managers and talked about the future implementation
Representatives from Dig-Ed from 3.7.2022 to 13.7.2022 participated in the courses “Learner centered approach” and “Learn&Lead – Self management” as part of Erasmus+ project ”Upgrade with learner centered approach – ULCA”. The courses were held at Mykolas Romeris University, in Vilnius, Lithuania. “Learner centered approach” was facilitated by prof. Gabriela
Dissemination of the project activities within Erasmus+ project “Upgrade with learner centered approach” was done during the workshop in Skopje in front of 30 teachers. Participants were introduced with project objectives as well as the activities carried out so far. Teacher Development Framework was presented to the participants as a
Online event ULCA Excellence Pathway for Teachers was held on 19.01.2022 from 13:00 to 15:00. During the event the presentation of Teachers Development Framework, developed as part of the KA203 Erasmus+ project “Upgrade with learner centered approach” coordinated by the Faculty of Education, CU in Ružomberok, Slovakia in partnership with
ULCA Excellence Pathway for Teachers was developed as part of the KA203 Erasmus+ project “Upgrade with learner centered approach” coordinated by the Faculty of Education, CU in Ružomberok, Slovakia in partnership with 8 other organisations coming from 5 EU countries. In order to present this pathway to as many teacher
LCA Teacher Development framework is created as a first intellectual output within Erasmus+ project “Upgrade with learner centered approach”. It describes the developmental phases of teachers and teacher-trainers throughout their career. The aim of the LCA TDF is to support teachers, whichever subject they teach, in their own professional development.
Third transnational project meeting as part of Erasmus+ project ”Upgrade with Learner-centred Approach” took place on 24 and 25.09.2021 at primary school Dobje, Slovenia. Maja Videnovik, Vladimir Trajkovik and Mirjana Jankulovska, as Dig-Ed representatives took active participation during a two-day meeting together with project partners from Slovenia, Slovakia and Lithuania.