Innovative, Creative and Entrepreneurial Methods in Education



    Erasmus Intensive Programme
    The programme was planned in cooperation of seven Teacher Educations in Turkey, Hungary, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark. The partner institutions all belong to an informal network called KASTALIA; which is a network of 15 institutions of teacher education, with a wide spectrum of subject areas. For nearly twenty years the KASTALIA network has been working to promote student- and staff mobility and have now opened up a new phase in our cooperation by bringing our students and teaching staff together in an intensive programme.

    The objective was to prepare, execute and evaluate a two-week seminar on innovative processes in teaching. During the seminar, specific real-life challenges regarding inclusion and multilingualism from the participating countries will be presented to the participants, who will work at finding innovative solutions for the challenges. The objective is that the participants become familiar with innovative processes and that they gain experience in using innovative tools for problem-solving.

    Main activities
    The programme consists of the following activities:
    Workshops involving presentations of techniques and methods which can be applied in the problem-solving phase. The workshops includes methods to achieve lateral thinking and creative problem solving, e.g. drama and the De Bono approach.
    Problem-Solving Phase involving real-life challenges from primary and secondary schools in the participating countries. Students have to develop innovative solutions in cross-cultural groups to these problems.
    Effektiv start/slut dato01/09/1131/08/14


    • Læring, pædagogik og undervisning
    • Internationalt samarbejde
    • Erasmus
    • læreruddannelsen
    • entreprenørskabsundervisning