Teach, Learn and Quality 2010-LDV-TOI-506. Three key subjects Quality development at school In-company classes Motivating teaching and learning methods. Project Outcome A leaflet and introductory poster explaining the TLQ-project in a nutshell.
Teach, Learn and Quality
Three key subjects
Quality development at school
Motivating teaching and learning methods
Aleaflet and introductory poster explaining the TLQ-project in a nutshell.
Twelve postersin English explaining in detail the most important aspects of the three key items. These posters are used during dissemination activities and poster exhibitions.
Severalregionalandnational dissemination activities andcourseson educational quality.
International Closing Conference in Almada (PT) on Thursday 31rd May 2012
A yearly European course on educational quality:
The main aim of the project is to improve the quality of vocational education and training within Europe by means of creative and motivating teaching and learning methods which are embedded in a quality system supported by industry and services.
TL+Q focuses on actions that affect school-management and class practice.
The produced didactic support and tools for quality assessment are tested, evaluated and validated during the project. All testing takes place in cooperation with the associated partners: industrial enterprises and services, advisory bodies and in-service training institutions. Teachers, trainers and students are involved in this process.
Validation is achieved by the TL+Q industrial partners. Moreover, the validation process is monitored by official educational policy makers.
Three inspiration books containing useful material, evidence-based examples of good practice, tools for quality assessment, didactic support, preparation and implementation of in-company-classes.
There is an English, Dutch, Catalan, Castilian, Finnish and Portuguese version available.
Awebsite providing additional information on the key subjects. The three inspiration books are downloadable for free.
The partnership is a consortium of vocational schools, a university college, advisory bodies, in-service training organizations, enterprises and policy makers. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission through the Leonardo da Vinci programme.