DNS 2017, the senior team, is now finalising one of the last periods of DNS programme: Teaching Practice. Teaching Practice lets us experiment in the reality of the classroom, apply teaching methodologies and most importantly, make mistakes and learn from them. However, teaching practice doesn’t end after the lessons. We also contribute to the teaching practice place by being in charge of the programme in the school and initiating a chosen project, our “Footprint”.
European Reality is a 6-months period, part of the second year of the DNS programme, during which the team moves to a bigger European City with the goal to find jobs, a House, learn about the European working class’ way of living, and get involved in the city’s cultural life. In this article, you can hear Laura from DNS17 expressing her view on the educational value of experiencing such a period!
There are too many things I want to learn and share: being a teacher combines both – Svetlana, alumni and DNS Teacher
To choose the path of teaching took me some time, I must say. It started on my very first 1st of September, this is the day when the school year starts in Lithuania. I simply loved it. And I am not talking about the lessons and tests, but about all the kinds of people I got to interact with and about the learning process that was happening there, somehow in between lessons most of the time. Though I was in love with the school and Summer holidays always seemed too long of a break, I never thought I will become a teacher. It is now, when I reflect, I see lots of sense in my actions and choices that led me to choose this profession.
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Reflections from an action packed Erasmus+ project at the Tvind campus with participants from six countries sharing their stories. Expressing and creating culture through different forms of workshops.
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Hot Air Balloon Team Tvind is a joint venture between DNS and the three care homes on the campus. A balloon team needs a pilot, a navigator, a crew of three people and a driver: Mantvydas from DNS 2017.
Cultural Events & Activities Cultural events and activities are a big part of the education programme at DNS. We organise many of them ourselves, but we also join others as volunteers, performers or just participators. We take every event as an opportunity...
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