Introducing INACT's Good Practice Compendium for Creative Classrooms

The Good Practice Compendium is expected to provide new ideas, broaden and deepen educators’ skill set by showcasing and providing guidance on introducing effective learning and teaching activities in order to teach theoretical knowledge and practical skills as well as developing general key competencies.

The compendium includes two larger parts:
The first part of the compendium describes the educational institution or classroom level strategies contributing learner empowerment and inclusion (e.g. creative collaborative strategies, projects strategies).

The second part of the compendium presents initiatives contributing to learner empowerment in wider educational contexts.

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Part I: The educational institution or classroom level practices contributing to learner empowerment and inclusion

  1. Creative collaborative strategies
  2. Group work strategies
  3. Case study strategies
  4. Projects strategies
  5. Flipped classroom
  6. Developing key competences
  7. Discussion

Part II: Educational initiatives for learner empowerment

  1. Hack-lab as a format of training for young people at risk of social exclusion
  2. Learning Laboratory (FabLab)
  3. Mentor programme
  4. Preventive programme for students with psychological issues
  5. Team teaching as part of entry level courses