Development in and Outside of Classroom: International Perspectives


The article provides an analysis of the specific features of the outstanding educational practices in secondary and higher educational institutions in various countries. Practices for development in and outside of the classroom are described. Various examples are provided to support the view of the author.

Introduction: Educational practices that can already be famous or not, are identified and introduced.

Purpose: Examine different educational practices in accordance with their effectiveness, providing a framework for program creation through incorporating them into teaching and learning and assist in the implementation of programs required for the current education needs of the XXI century.

Research questions:
1. How can development be achieved in and out of the classroom?
2. Which practices are considered outstanding in the world?
3. How is a commitment to the UN’s 17 SDGs observed in the mentioned education cultures?

Methodology: Research of qualitative nature and survey results were undertaken to gather the facts and perceptions about the most renowned education practices.
Conclusion: Different educational practices and experiences that are included are well-designed information and source for creating the best learner experience. They can provide ample opportunities to implement in classrooms.

Author Information
Gunel Eyvazli, Azerbaijan School of Diplomacy, Azerbaijan

Paper Information
Conference: ECE2022
Stream: International Education

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