Projekt
Fakultät für Geistes- und Humanwissenschaften - Institut für Mehrsprachigkeit

PedPack - Pedagogy and Practice
Status:aktuell laufendes Vorhaben
Kurzinhalt:This two-year project, tries to put pedagogical theory into practice in five key areas to improve the quality of initial teacher training and therefore produce more confident teachers who are less likely to leave the profession early. Therefore, we aim to provide updated digital resources to improve the delivery of ITE and support teachers in their early years to both make the teaching profession more attractive and reduce the drop-out due to pressure.

After consulting with partners, collecting feedback from trainee teachers and analysing lesson observations, project partners agreed on the following five topics as priority need::

• Structuring Learning
• Teaching Models
• Assessment for Learning
• Developing Effective Learning
• Classroom Management

The Pedpack work aims at developing whole school strategies, rather than subject specific approaches, to implement pedagogical theory in lesson design. The materials are designed to be used in a variety of ways, for example by teachers collaborating in networks across schools; by groups within schools (subject or cross-subject teams); by pairs, as in peer coaching or coaching and mentoring; or even by individuals.

The objectives of the project are to:
• update five areas of the pedagogical guidance and digitise them
• put the updated guidance into practice in teacher training provision in 5 countries
• trial and test the methodology and the resources
• undertake an impact study of the whole school methodology and the resources
• share the outcomes and materials widely
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Projektdauer:01.09.2018 bis 31.08.2020
Mitarbeitende:
Prof. Dr. Schwab, Götz (Leitung) [',Profil,']
Oesterle, Mareike [',Profil,']


In Zusammenarbeit mit:edEUcation (UK) (cordinator)
Univerza na Primorskem (Slovenia)
Universidade Lusófona (Portugal)
CPIFP Bajo Aragón (Spain)
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Erfasst von Prof. Dr. Götz Schwab am 07.02.2020    
Projekt-ID:177