Project “Foreign Language Teacher Training Capacity Development as a Way to Ukraine’s Multilingual Education and European Integration/ MultiEd”

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I nformation about the Project “Foreign Language Teacher Training Capacity Development as a Way to Ukraine’s Multilingual Education and European Integration/ MultiEd”:
Project duration: 15 November 2019 – 14 November 2022
EU funding instrument: European Neighbourhood Instrument (Erasmus+: КА2 CBHE)
Target groups: university students, school teachers
Grant holder: Tartu University
Coordinator and General Manager: Kristjan Klauks
Partnership:
• Heidelberg University, Germany
• Aston University, UK
• Interlink Academy, Germany (NGO)
• Zaporizhzhia National University, Ukraine
• Mykolaiv National University, Ukraine
• Cherkasy National University, Ukraine
• Poltava National Pedagogical University, Ukraine
• Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine
• Horlivka Institute of Foreign Languages, Ukraine
• Ternopil Volodymur Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University, Ukraine
• Ivano-Frankivsk National University, Ukraine
• Ministry of Education of Ukraine, Ukraine
• Teacher Association “TESOL-Ukraine”, Ukraine (NHO)

Project goals are:
1. Curriculum of Teacher of Foreign Languages development.
2. Education of in-service teachers (both school and university teachers, academic staff).
3. Internationalization of education through launching CLIL-based courses and developing multilingual education strategies for UA HEIs and National Recommendations on Multilingual Higher Education.
The project’s objectives are:
1. to train academic and professional staff teams;
2. to review and audit all current curricula in the field of Education (BA and MA of TFLs);
3. to update on average 14 courses for BA and MA of;
4. to deliver and evaluate courses (both new and updated through CLIL approach);
5. to launch, pilot and introduce on a regular basis the revised curricula;
6. to train academic and professional staff on e-course development;
7. to develop, deliver and evaluate e-course “CLIL Methodology” for target groups;
8. to survey public opinion on “Multilingual education in Ukraine;
9. to embed the ideas of life-long learning and blended education with academic and professional staff;
10. to design and deliver seminars on new pedagogical approaches, CLIL & ELT (English Language Teaching) methods, career-relevant general skills development for target groups.
Activities:
• Curricula development and update
• CLIL methodology and CLIL-based courses introduction
• Launch of new courses
• Seminars for in-service teachers
• Development of multilingual strategies for universities
Expected results:
1. Updated curricula are introduced
2. New courses are launched
3. Multilingual educational strategies are developed
4. National Recommendations on Multilingual Higher Education developed
5. Skills of in-service teachers are upgraded