top of page

Teacher training

The teaching profession is a profession that can be learned throughout life. The continuing training, the training that the teacher gives to himself (or to himself) through his research, through exchanges with his colleagues and other resources of the educational community will allow him to s '' appropriate new knowledge or practices to respond to the incessant changes in the world. Editions JPL supports schools by offering teachers various training modules so that they can update their skills.

List of our training modules

1. Training modules on m e p e methodology and pedagogy


1.1. Explain the notion of scale (1 hour)

1.2. Understanding the scientific investigation process (6 hours)

1.3. Understanding and using the instructions in the exercise statements (2 hours)

1.4. How to extract information from documents and build a scientific response (7 hrs)

1.5. How to design, conduct an experiment and report (4 hrs)

1.6. Understanding scientific communication (6 hrs)

1.7. Workshop: "Reverse class" (6 hrs)

1.8. How to work interdisciplinary? (1  hr)

1.9. How to integrate critical thinking into class work? (6  hours)

1.10. Organize and set up your classroom (6 hours)

1.11. Educational differentiation (6 hours)

1.12. The written records of the pupils (1 hour)

1.13. How to make an observation drawing (1 hour)

1.14. How to make a structural diagram and a functional diagram (3 hours)

1.15. Difference between a sketch, a diagram and an observational drawing (3 hrs)

1.16. Read and build a table (3 hrs)

1.17. Analyze and build a graph (4 hours)

1.18. Assessment of learning in SVT (4 hrs)

2. The training courses on the use of tools to multim edia learning service


2.1. Use of digital tools (Internet search, video projector, Power-Point, WhatsApp, Genially, Quizinière, QR code, etc.) (6 hours)

3. The training modules on teaching in  distance


3.1. Design and realization r e During Zoom (3 hours)

3.2. Design and r e During realization of Claassroom (3 hours)

3.3. Design and realization r e During Moodle (3 hours)

3.4. Cre ation capsule vid e ope or teaching (3 hrs)

3.5. Design and realization of distance education (6 hours)

3.6. Distance learning management (6 hrs)

4. The training modules on r e realization of practical work in biology


4.1. Introduction to laboratory techniques and presentation of some equipment and safety instructions (2 hours)

4.2. TP1: Make a microscopic preparation, observe under the microscope and make an observation drawing (5 hours)

4.3. TP2: Microscopic observation of cells in mitosis (2 hours)

4.4. TP3: Relationship between fungi, animals and terrestrial plants - Demonstration of starch in potatoes, in bread, evidence of glycogen in the liver of… and evidence of one of these substances in the foot of mushrooms (4 hours)

4.5. TP4: Dissection of the pig respiratory system, Dissection of the pig heart (2 hrs)

4.6. TP5: Dissection of the eye of Ox or goat (2 hrs)

4.7. TP6: Expression, Stability and variation of the genetic heritage ”. Ex .: Conformal reproduction of the cell and DNA replication (2 hours)

5. Training modules on r e realization of practical work in ge ology

5.1. The physico-chemical composition of the soil (2 hours)

5.2. Modeling of light distribution on the surface of the globe (2 hrs)

5.3. Modeling the change in the intensity of the light ry depending on the distance from the sun (1 hr)

5.4. Observation of rocks of the oceanic crust, continental crust and mantle  (1 hour)

5.5. Microscopic observation of prepared mineral slides of rocks of the oceanic crust, continental crust and mantle and density calculation of oceanic crust, continental crust and mantle (2 hrs)

6. Training module on the related content in SVT (biology and ge ology)

6.1. Understanding solar radiation in the solar system (6 hrs)

6.2. Explain atmospheric and oceanic movements (6 hrs)

6.3. Explain the internal structure and chemical composition of the Earth (6 hrs)

6.4. Explain the lithosphere and plate tectonics (6 hrs)

6.5. Explain geomorphology (6 hrs)

6.6. Understanding the reproduction of eukaryotic cells and DNA replication (6 hrs)

6.7. Explain the expression of genetic heritage (6 hrs)

6.8. Understanding genetic innovations (6 hrs)

6.9. Understand the stability of the karyotype of the species (6 hrs)

6.10. Understanding the genetic mix and diversity (6 hrs)

6.11. Explain climatic and atmospheric variations on the geological time scale (6 hours)

6.12. Understanding the principles of dating in geology (6 hrs)

bottom of page