Non-Degree / Dates: 7-11 JANUARY 2019

This course aims to create opportunities to critically analyze contemporary educational reforms on individual, organisation and system level taking into consideration the context of local educational policy and socio-cultural realities in order to promote knowledge creation and educational innovation.

On each day the students will focus on one core aspect of educational innovation and the improvement of learning/teaching quality ranging from technology to psychology, from teacher leadership to non-formal education.

At the end of the course, the participants are able to critically analyse the affects and influence of educational change and outcomes of interventions.

Why this course?

  • You will have a clear overview of how Estonian school system works and has developed to support one of the world’s best PISA results.

  • You will broaden your understanding on what is a school leader’s role in supporting teachers and teacher leaders.

  • You will learn how to make better use of educational technology and data.







Credit points


Course fee

250 EUR

Accommodation and meals are not included in the the price.