Workshop and teacher training @ Tartu Art School 9-13 March

During 9-13 March Tartu Art School will hold two major events regarding project CODE.

Starting on Monday, 9 March Tartu Art School will manage partner study and collaboration workshop, where leading partner HRDA will give an overview of general progress of the project. In addition, Solutions Brief Therapy and Counselling Centre Rousse representative Boyan Strahilov introduces testing of the tool in the partner countries and incorporation of motivation modules in curricula. All project partners will present their performed activities and tasks regarding the project and give results that they’ve reached so far. Other essential topics and questions rising will be also discussed during the workshop.

In parallel, the teacher training will also take place in Tartu lead by Tiimiakatemia Global. The teacher training be held for the teachers of CODE project. The training gives the participants enriched and broad view on how to use TOY concept and team learning in their own work context.

The topics in focus include:

  • team learning practices;
  • team coaching philosophy and approaches;
  • basics of motivation in team learning settings;
  • team development phases.

At the end of the training the participants have fundamental knowledge (philosophy, frameworks, methodology and practices) on teamwork and team learning methodology used in Tiimiakatemia® - and similar - contexts. The participants have ideas and tentative plans on how to apply (or enrich the use of, if the participant is already using the Method or its

applications) Tiimiakatemia® Method to his or her own work context and in the context of TOY Method.

Around 25 participants will attend the workshop and teacher training. During these events, the participants will visit the graphic design classes set up at the creative district of Aparaaditehas for the first group that started their studies in January 2020.


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