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Free webinar about Finnish practices when schools are closed – limited opportunity for 100 teachers

COVID-19 Lockdown – how do Finnish schools and teachers are planning & communicating when schools are closed?

Who should attend?

Any teacher that is organising her/his activity with class learning on a distance, facing proactive closing of schools. Any teacher that is interested in developing and using coaching skills to organise her/his teaching activity.

What will be covered during the webinar

Data shows that any “sudden” digital turn/technological turn will create resistance mostly because we consider only the technical and we leave aside the adaptive challenges teachers/ workers in general face.  It also blocks people in different emotional states: denial, blaming games, etc. What we want is to pass to responsible action and community learning and practice state.

  • 10 steps to assist you with self-organising and self-managing your learning & teaching
  • Small Innovation and actions you will take today will serve you when you are back in class/school

Ergonomics of Learning, based on Finnish Schools Ergonomics & THEIR experience schools closing  or distance learning

We will approach during the webinar how to design your learning based on Finnish practices: Adaptive Modules- how do Finnish schools plan and communicated & “Technical” Modules covered: Class management; Google (integrative) platform; Other tools.

Awareness of personal wellbeing during this period to support students’ wellbeing as well.

When and how?

You can opt for the following dates, and use these links to attend the webinars. Please connect at least 5 minutes before the starting time, which would give you a margin to resolve minor technical issues (if occurs).

Facilitator: Andreea Gatman – Certified Coach (ICF standard) & Trainer, organising and delivering ERASMUS courses in Finland with EUNEOS Corporation during the last 5 years, MBA in Public Governance and Management, Modul University Vienna, BA in Political Science

Euneos 15th anniversary

Updated information about COVID -19 – click!

The EU Commission informed (13.3. 2020) Erasmus+ program beneficiaries whose activities are impacted by coronavirus, read here.  There is a ‘time-out’ in financial issues due to the ‘case by case’ investigations National agencies are doing about ‘force majeure’ currently. Euneos is very sorry for the delay. We will come back to ‘business as usual’ ASAP.
Postponement of 12 months should help schools to finalize their pending mobilities. Euneos FI has responded to the postponement by offering new sessions of KA1 courses in autumn 2020 and in spring 2021. Changes fom the existing course to another one are possible. The normal procedure is to consult your NA in that case. The Commission has published guidelines to ensure the uniform application of EU passenger rights throughout the EU. See also links to travel advice of all EU countries.
Replacing sessions after the lockdown
See our replacing sessions (in red) of our Erasmus+ KA1 courses postponed by COVID -19 lockdown in  https://www.euneoscourses.eu/courses-2020-2022/
Old registrants should mail to courses@euneos.eu after choosing their replacing session.
Grant holders can make new registrations in https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/registration2020-2021 .
Whenever you make changes to travel arrangements for any courses, it is advisable to choose flexible flight tickets and flexible accommodation. As a course provider Euneos is only responsible for course fee, not for any other costs paid by your Erasmus+ grant.
Euneos FI follows the situation and informs the schools participating in Euneos courses. Our information and actions follow the official advice given by the authorities responsible for the Erasmus+ program.
The European Commission is working on all fronts to support efforts to tackle the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, read more .

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