Presentations 1st. in-service training course

Presentations 1st RECIPE Project in-service training course held in Sesimbra Portugal from the 28th September to the 2nd of October 2015.

Follow the links below to access to each presentation:

Monday:

09.00 – 09.45

“Welcome and introduction to the RECIPE Course”
Ørjan Røed, Norway
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09.45

“Recipe Project – The story about the project
Presentation of partners REC & ESL”
Britt Mona Vang, Norway
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“Possibilities in Erasmus+ and some golden rules on International projects.”
John Rullestad, Norway

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11.30 – 12.30

“REC – Regional Education Centres empowering school development, teacher training and educational support.”
Pat Hanrahan & Rory Mcgann, Ireland
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14.00 – 16.00

Participants presentations

REC and/or ESL

Tuesday

08.30 – 09.30

“Introduction to the educational system of Portugal.”
Cláudia Corado, Portugal
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14.00 – 15.15

“What research on classroom practice can tell us about endangered learners”
PhD Lisbeth M. Brevik, University of Oslo, Norway
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Thursday

09.00 – 12.30
Case studies from the RECIPE project

Denmark: Action Learning – Kirsten Schneider
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Greece: Addressing Early School Leaving with the support of Regional Education Centers- an alternative approach. – Cristina Mentziou
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Greece: Transforming education for young romas, Robotics-for-all project. – Kostas Vasileiouk
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Ireland: Tackling ESL Brick by Brick – Lego in Education – Eamon Curley
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Norway: Reducing ESL Through REC Support Britt Mona Vang, Norway
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Portugal:The Benfica Foundation – Paula Aguilar
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14.00 – 15.00
Portugal: The EPIS Foundation – Diogo Simões
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Friday

09.00 – 10.30

How learning activities can prevent Early School Leaving, ESL
Pedro S. Martins, Professor of Applied Economics, School of Business and Management London
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pdf-logo Parousiasi – Greek educational system

 

pdf-logo Schoolyard games photos