eTwinning European Central Support Service regularly organizes various trainings for the professional development of teachers. In March of this year, online international development trainings on “Learning Spaces” (March 2-4) and “New Challenges in Foreign Language Teaching” (March 24-26) were held. The main purpose of the trainings was to study methods that serve to improve learning spaces, to create a classroom environment adapted to learning styles, and the impact of emerging trends on the learning environment of a foreign language. In addition, the experience of creating edtech classrooms in a hybrid learning environment was presented during the training. In the direction of professional development, a total of 5 teachers from our country - teacher of Sumgayit secondary school No. 39, project mentor Konul Mirzayeva, teacher of Tirjan village secondary school of Ismayilli city, project mentor Khatira Malikova, teacher of Baku lyceum No. 220 Khuraman Babayeva, Baku city No. 83 Aybaniz Mammadova, a teacher of the school lyceum, and Shalala Mammadli, a teacher of the secondary school No. 37 in Kalbajar, participated in the trainings.
Along with Azerbaijan, teachers from Austria, Turkey, Switzerland, Tunisia, Georgia, Albania, Italy and Greece took part in the workshops conducted by international education experts on creating supportive learning spaces in a project-based learning environment, and shared their personal experiences during group work. At the end of both trainings, teachers were awarded with international certificates.