The Beneficiary Welfare Officer (BWO) for this project is:
Tel. (cell): +34 600876851
Sandra will be the project liaison to resolve any problems that might occur. Other emergency
numbers that will come in handy:
Emergency contacts - 24 hours: (+34 is the country code for Spain)
General Emergencies: 112
Medical Emergencies: 061
Guardia Urbana (Spanish national police): 092
Mossos d'Esquadra (Catalan local police) for general emergencies or traffic accidents: 088
For medical emergencies, call the BWO and she will indicate a nearby facility for healthcare services.
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Sivitanidios Public School of Trades and Vocations,
3rd Professional – Vocational
Project Erasmus+"Innovation and Εxpertise as
Key to Professional Development”
December 1-7, 2019 - Barcelona, Spain
Innovative learning and teaching for Knowledge Economy Skills
Sector: Education and Training, Coursework developed by Global Skills Network, SL
- Arrival: December 1, 2019
- Departure: December 7, 2019
Language: Instruction will take place in English.
Texts: Each module has required reading, available in a downloadable format. Please
familiarize yourself with the training content prior to your arrival.
Connectivity: The classroom has Internet wifi available.
Participants are asked to bring their own laptops.
Weather: Dress warmly and bring your umbrella
2. Course Description
Innovative Learning and Teaching for Knowledge Economy Skills establishes a forum for
teacher training and professional development for an application of acquired knowledge
in secondary education
3. Course Overview
3.1. Erasmus+ Impact Exercises
Action > download the Impact+ Pre-Mobility Questionnaire (1) from the documents
download section and return it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org November 20th
so that the results can be compiled for group discussion
3.2. MODULE 1: Inquiry-Based Learning is real world learning in problem-solving that
complements entrepreneurship education for knowledge deepening. Real-world learning
supported by our training model offers a holistic and flexible approach to learning in
preparation for acquiring 21st Century skills needed in the workforce, in entrepreneurship
and for success throughout the education continuum via collaborative learning.
Action > download the background on UNESCO's Information & Communication Technologies
Competency Framework for Teachers Overview (2) and Strategies (3)
> Universitat Ramon Llull Blanquerna to visit a classroom of the future in teacher education.
The visit is scheduled for Monday, December 2.
3.3. MODULE 2: Acquiring a Growth Mindset explores how students can obtain different
perspectives on taking on academic challenges presented throughout the education continuum
and applications in entrepreneurship.
3.4. MODULE 3: Creating a Community of Practice for Educators
3.5. MODULE 4: Becoming Entrepreneurial focuses on EntreComp, the European
Commission’s framework for becoming entrepreneurial. We have embraced EntreComp
as a foundational basis for students to transform ideas into products and services of value
to others. In the process, they acquire skills and competences that will help them view the
world as one of opportunities. EntreComp also helps to make a person entrepreneurial that
can lead him or her to creating a business or enhancing employability.
Action > download the Entrecomp Framework background document (4)
Site Visit: Barcelona Net Activa, the local entrepreneurship ecosystem provides resources
and support for individuals wanting to embark on the entrepreneurship journey and utilizing
technology in teaching entrepreneurial studies. throughout the education continuum and
applications in entrepreneurship.