- Education for sustainable development
- Outdoor education
- Informal education
- Learning from each other
- Promoting creativity
- Using activating and problem-solving methods
- Development of key competencies for children and teachers
- 12 Teachers
- 100 children
- 15 with special education needs
- 200 parents
- Teachers individualized the educational process.
- They used the Dalton plan that introduces children to self-sufficiency, responsibility, cooperation and reflection.
- Informal education– activities outside of the classroom and projects
- Natural science education as the basis for building integrated knowledge about the world,
- Combining different branches of education: linguistic, social, mathematical, technical, artistic, musical and physical.
- Carrying out an international project Amazing children, Amazing nature on eTwinning.
- Expanding the educational space of the kindergarten outside of the kindergarten room– creative play corners
- Organising activities outside of the kindergarten (outdoors)
- The natural environment becomes a teaching aid.
- Undertaking activities involving children with special educational needs
- Teachers share their knowledge and experience to learn from each other.
- Teachers developed their skills and competencies (the ability to make contact, teamwork, negotiation skills, conflict management, assertive behaviour, empathy, patience, understanding, work planning, anticipation and dealing with stress).
- They cooperated by sharing good practices, exchanging experiences and teaching materials, joint organization and carrying out various activities.
- Together they planned, organised, implemented and modified educational processes.
- They worked with each other using the Scrum method.
The project affected:
- Sending organization– modification of the concept of work, enrichment of the kindergarten base
- Children– learning through action, research and discovery (in teams and groups), making hypotheses and testing, the possibility of making mistakes and drawing conclusions from them.
- Teachers– teamwork, using activating and problem-based methods and informal methods, creating conditions for independent actions and decision making.
- Parents– increasing awareness of key competencies
- Local community– through a series of events, consultations for teachers of other institutions related to writing Erasmus + projects, sharing good practices with the directors of Gdańsk-based educational institutions, implementation of eTwinning projects.
- Project locations
- Project category
- Early childhood education and care
- Project year
Executive Training Institute
JUMP Association International Teachers Training Academy