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Setting the scene

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Generate your students’ need to learn something new!

 

Introduction is the key to spark students’ curiosity and motivation to participate in the activities. Curiosity is what inspires students to look into something new. Thus, every introduction to a new topic should spark students’ curiosity as it is important to find ways to introduce the topic of a lesson through a challenging, interesting and meaningful way. Remember that sparking students’ curiosity on a continuous basis is what nurtures the notion of lifelong learning, which in turn makes informed, productive and responsible citizens.

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About

PLATON is a two-year European project launched on September 2016. It aspires to provide teachers and school communities with a coherent teachers’ training framework which will update their current teaching practices. More particularly, PLATON aims to offer an open and innovative training framework to teachers of primary and secondary education which will focus on:

  • Promoting student-centred teaching approaches;
  • Promoting a holistic interdisciplinary approach;
  • Support the use of online educational tools;
  • Support the meaningful collaboration between teachers of the same school.

 

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Largo Topázios 48,
2785, Portugal

Phone: +351 21 453 7440

Email: platon@nuclio.pt