How to Become an Effective Teacher

A Teach For Bulgaria event brings together representatives of the education, government, and civic society sectors in a conversation about quality education and support for school educators.  “The conversation about education is not just a conversation about how to take care of the children today and how to better their experience in school, even though […]

Town of Pleven hosts this academic year’s first NEST training session in Bulgaria

The first training session for participants in the second year of the international project NEST (Novice Educator Support and Training)in Bulgaria  was held on the 3-rd and 4-th of November 2022 in Park – Hotel “Kaylaka” – Pleven. 52 experts from 14 regional inspectorates of education continue their participation during the project’s second year. Each […]

NEST at the World Education Research Association conference in San Diego (USA)

The NEST project was presented at the World Education Research Association conference, the world’s largest gathering of education researchers, that took place in San Diego, California in April 21-26, 2022. NEST was presented in the paper session “Global Lens on Teacher Career Development” by Eva Anderson-Park, researcher at the University of Duisburg-Essen, leading partner of […]

Adaptive Mentoring: a solution for Novice Teachers in the EU

OECD data from 2018 demonstrates that “while novice teachers represent 22% of the teacher population on average across OECD countries, a higher share of them work in challenging school environments, such as schools with a higher number of migrant students and/or students from low income homes”. The combination of a challenging school environment and lack […]

Novice Educator Support and Training (NEST), a new opportunity for innovation in Europe

Co-funded by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) through the Erasmus+ Programme, NEST started on February 2021 and will last until February 2024. The Novice Educator Support and Training (NEST) projecct will be carried out by a consortium of 16 partners, including seven public authorities, five NGO members of the Teach For All […]