A new way of learning
2019 courses in Berlin and Belfast
A brand new course connecting with our biggest EU project so far, to develop a games based methodology for teaching in bilingual contexts.
- Supported by The European Union ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME
- Course Fee: 1.450€ (Berlin) & 1300€ (Belfast), payable after receipt of the Erasmus plus grant.
This new course from Interacting is a direct result of our participation in the transversal EU centralized project PLAYING CLIL. In Playing CLIL, Interacting devised and designed theatre games to motivate and drive the learning process in CLIL contexts and in subject specific classes.
This course invites your school and you the teacher to share what we have learned from working with our partners on our journey in this project.
Principals, teachers and teaching assistants in established CLIL teaching environments. Language teachers and educators in non CLIL education, and Teacher Trainers.
At the end of the course, participants will have enhanced their knowledge of how CLIL works and how to use games to drive all parts of the learning process. They will develop resources and activities which will contribute to the development of the pupils’ thinking skills and their personal growth in line with the national curriculum. Participants will learn how to apply games as resources to deepen and complement structured learning and to use games as the way of bringing linguistic and subject content learning together.
The course fee covers:
- Course and tuition fees: 700,- €
- Accommodation and subsistence: 750€ (Berlin), 600€ (Belfast)
- single room
- meals: full board
- Cultural excursions are not included
Dates and location
The course will take place in BERLIN and BELFAST at the following dates:
- 30th June – 6th July 2019
- 27th October – 2nd November 2019
- 18th – 24th August
In the Google Doc linked to this page you will find a draft programme of the course. Please bear in mind that there can be some changes in the final version of the programme.
Connect to Erasmus+
Application deadline for the course is the 2nd Febuary 2019. Help your school go through the seven steps of course application!
Download the Google Doc
A handy document including the full course description and schedule.