Call for teachers — Social Enterprise in Schools
Duration: 2+1 days
Dates: 21-22 March 2019 and 30 May 2019
The teacher training is accredited (30 hours).
WHY SOCIAL ENTERPRISE?
A social enterprise takes innovative and business-like approaches to improve people’s lives in our communities or to address environmental issues.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
The module provides ideas for discussion, activities and a framework to help teachers use social enterprise as an engaging project for students. The training course aims to develop teachers and students’ knowledge of social innovation and entrepreneurship, whilst also developing core skills for learning, life, and work (critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and imagination, digital literacy, collaboration and communication etc). The activities in schools will help students to develop an awareness and understanding of how business can help to address social problems and practical experience in planning and setting up their own social enterprise projects.
Teachers / schools can have small grants to realise school projects!
Teachers receive a certificate upon the completion of the whole course.
The two experienced trainers work with youth, teachers and other groups, helping them realise their ideas.
Viktória Sőregi - trainer, portfolio manager of NESsT, expert at experience based pedagogy
Anna Végh - trainer, youth worker, leading trainer of Artemisszió Alapítvány
Lower-secondary and upper-secondary teachers as well as youth trainers.
Candidates that express a motivation for realising school projects will be preferred.
Active participation on the three training days, and realising a short school project (6 hours, trying out the learned method in a school environment, accounting for the activity on the third training day).
More information: Edina Tarján, firstname.lastname@example.org, 1 438 2025
Application deadline: 6 March 2019