Teaching for Success, Project Based Teaching and Cross-Curricular Collaboration is one of the flagship projects for our work in Georgia to support the teacher and learner development across the country. To achieve this, we work in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of Georgia and The National Centre for Teachers Professional Development (TPDC). We launched the project in September 2019.
The project supports the development of thematic instructions in teaching required by the newly developed concept-based curriculum to work towards improving general teaching and learning methodology, as well as improving levels of English language teaching and learning.
At the end of the project, English teachers at state schools will be able to teach with modern high-quality Project Based Learning (PBL) methodology and organise real-life learning around thematic projects in the classroom. Moreover, the project will best equip the English teachers to be able to collaborate in the ‘integrated curriculum’ alongside their subject teaching colleagues.
Besides, the project will support students to study effectively to use 21-century skills, provide solutions to their real-life problems and communicate continually developing both their English and their subject knowledge.
To achieve the desired outcomes and improve the professional competences of teachers in delivering effective Project Based teaching and Cross-Curricular Collaboration, teachers will be offered good appropriate methodology and training, continuing advice and materials.
Competition for English Teachers
From October 2019 to 31 January 2020 we ran a competition for teachers of English Language trained on Project Based Learning (PBL) methodology in 2018/19. Teachers submitted projects implemented in their schools before 31 January 2020.
At the moment we are in the process of shortlisting best projects.
To learn more about the details of the competition by visiting our partner's website