Reflective meeting Innovation V.

Workshop

in person

Pedagogical competencies

teachers supported in the framework of the call Support for Teaching Innovations in Key Courses of Masaryk University Study Programmes

Czech

language of the event

Innovations in teaching are aᅠnew pedagogical challenge. Meeting your colleagues can support you and help you face this challenge. So share your experiences, joys, and sorrows of innovation and innovative teaching. Inspire other teachers and be inspired by the shared experiences of your colleagues, or ask for support and help. Collegial support and reflection bring benefits, fresh perspectives, inspiration, and belonging to teachers. We will tailor the meeting agenda to your needs and the topics you bring along.

* This reflective meeting is repeated thrice each semester to give you aᅠchoice of dates. Although the agenda for these meetings is the same, the content will vary each time depending on who comes and what topics they bring.

Lecturers

Mgr. Zuzana Kročáková

CERPEK leading lecturer

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Lecturer in adult education, mother, punk systematist, ENFP. She studied Czech language and psychology at the Faculty of Education of the Masaryk University, then gained teaching and life experience at the University of Latvia in Riga, a private high school in Brno, on maternity leave, at an American high school for boys and as a guide for the Teacher Live programme. For more than 15 years she has been teaching psychology at the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University. He owes his erudition in experiential pedagogy to his volunteer work at the Lipnice Holiday School and the Brontosaurus Movement. His teaching focuses on topics related to experiential learning, such as guided reflection, working with the goal, teaching communication, giving feedback, tandem learning, and responsive teaching. Her pedagogical motto is “Don't teach much, teach a lot.”

Mgr. Marek Boček

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Marek Boček began his lecturing career in the environment of a camp club and several other non-profit organizations. He worked in a forest nursery, explored with children where chocolate comes from, taught adults how to treat pneumothorax and talked to teenagers about sex and relationships.

Subsequently, he honed his teaching experience by teaching high school and then elementary school for several years. He is preparing future teachers at the Faculty of Science of MU. In addition, he is a lecturer and methodologist at Memory of the Nation, where he creates and leads workshops on modern history. At the same time, as a member of the Otevřeno movement, he is committed to improving the preparation of future teachers.

Otevřeno, z.s.

Venue

CERPEK training toom (room no. 328), Komenského náměstí 2, Brno.

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