•	04-08 March 2019 - Paris, France

• 04-08 March 2019 - Paris, France

•	13-17 January 2020 Helsinki, Finland

• 13-17 January 2020 Helsinki, Finland

•	21-25/06/2021 - Paris, France

• 21-25/06/2021 - Paris, France

•	11-15 April 2022 - Paris, France

• 11-15 April 2022 - Paris, France

•	22-26/11/ 2021 - Barcelona, Spain

• 22-26/11/ 2021 - Barcelona, Spain

•	25-29/04/2022 - Barcelona, Spain

• 25-29/04/2022 - Barcelona, Spain

•	25-29 October 2021 - Paris, France

• 25-29 October 2021 - Paris, France

•	07-11 February 2022 - Paris, France

• 07-11 February 2022 - Paris, France




Integrating non-formal teaching methods into school curriculum and developing digital competences to support 21st century youngsters at schools

It is an obvious reality that we as teachers are in X-Y generation while our students come from y-z generation. There is a great generation gap between us and them. So they learn in a different way from us. Therefore we have to change our teaching and learning styles, we have to add modernity to the way of implementing our profession and also we need to improve our horizon being international in our professional career.

Nowadays, the youth is engaged in the virtual World more day by day and they are getting lonelier. In order to transfer this asocial behavior to a more active and social one, we, as teachers need to renew ourselves both in digital World and also in the field of non-formal education. Non-formal education methods and digital capabilities will help us to be models in the class not just authority in front of the 21st century students.

Learning Outcomes:

All the participants will:

  • Understand the new trends of 21st century teaching and learning trends
  • Use new ICT tools in the classroom
  • Gain competences in team-building activities in 6 categories:
  1. Indoor activities,
  2. Outdoor activities
  3. Project workshops
  4. Musical activities
  5. Sport activities
  6. Art activities

Objectives of the Course:

  • Leading the teachers how to motivate their students to learn and create
  • Getting the teachers to increase their competences in digital skills used in the educational environment
  • Integrating the teachers into the lifelong learning process

The reference point of this course is European Reference Framework of Key Competences for Lifelong Learning. Three of these competences will be focused on during the course program. These are;

  • Digital competence,
  • Learn to Learn
  • Initiative and entrepreneurship



  • Discussions,
  • Brainstorming,
  • Interactive learning
  • Hands-on activities
  • Practice and skills based learning
  • Analyzing and defining

Target Group

  • Teachers, trainers, educators, school administrators, etc.


  • A detailed pre-course questionnaire to indicate their level of experience, teaching backgrounds and training will be completed by participants.
  • The participants will also prepare a presentation to reflect their own teaching method.


  • A course participation certificate will be given to all participants.
  • A Europass CV will filled according to the skills and competencies to be gained during the course by participants will be given, as well.


1st Day

  • Getting to know each other – Presentation of participant organizations (a five-minute presentation)
  • Ice breaker and Team building activities
  • How to motivate the learners use digital tools for educational purposes
  • Digital competences
  • Discussing each model
  • Traditional learning and 21st century education model and tools

2nd Day

  • Ways of motivating students to research, learn and create
  • How teachers can be leaders and models for the digital learners
  • Ways of increasing digital competences of teachers
  • How teachers can be leaders and models for the digital learners
  • Ways of increasing digital competences of teachers
  • Learn to learn(Lifelong learning with innovation)
  • Creating spirit of Initiative and entrepreneurship in the classroom

3rd Day

  • Ice breaker – indoor and outdoor activities
  • Education Technology
  • Mentioning basic principles of STEM
  • Effective teachers and effective teaching topics related to STEM program
  • Principles of Teachers for Competitive Tomorrow

4th day

  • Ice breakers – musical activities
  • Creating awareness of STEM fields and occupations among students
  • Creating sample school programs focusing on STEM applications
  • Brainstorming on STEM and technology based teaching and learning applications
  • Creating personal agenda of new and innovative as well as technology based teaching methods and present them to the team

5th day

  • Getting Feedback about the course and course program
  • Open discussion to clarify doubts, answer questions and assist participants
  • Coffee Break
  • Evaluation of the course program
  • Filling the feedback forms
  • Europass Mobility Certificate