Description of the main activities of all partners and the project itself.
The main activities of the project will be based on the development of the INSHIP-model for teaching practices and the INSHIP-course for academic staff.

Transnational Project Meetings

First transnational project meeting: November 2019, Ljubljana, Slovenia


Second transnational project meeting: May 2020, Nuremberg, Germany


Third transnational project meeting: October 2020, Brno, Czech Republic


Fourth transnational project meeting: May 2021, Alicante, Spain


Fifth transnational project meeting: October 2021, Koper, Slovenia


Sixth transnational project meeting – INSHIP conference: May 2022, Ljubljana, Slovenia

INSHIP Seminars (training activities for academic staff)

INSHIP-seminars will be based on INSHIP-course and will focus on specific topics: educational principles on partnership collaboration in teaching practice, student preparation for teaching practice and quality issues in the framework of teaching practice.


During the events active learning methods will be used, including the analysis of participants’ previous practice, and evidence-based teaching will take place, aiming to gain participants’ deeper understanding of the different aspects of selected educational principles for teaching practice, holistic students’ preparation and quality assurance in teaching practice settings. The training events will be held partly at the partner institution and partly in the education institutions, selected by organizing institution, latter presenting an authentic learning environment for TP and dissemination of INSHIP-project outcomes.


  1. INSHIP seminar I (University of Ljubljana)
  2. INSHIP seminar II (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen Nuremberg)
  3. INSHIP seminar III (Masarykova univerzita)

INSHIP Multiplier Events

Multiplier events will be implemented as concurrent blended learning events in the third year of the project. These events will aim to inform education professionals and especially teacher mentors from national contexts with the INSHIP project results from its pilot phase. It is expected also to get feedback on the presented contents as well as to sensibility and motivate them to use INSHIP-model concepts in their daily education practice.


The second goal is to introduce education professionals to the importance of complementary partnership collaboration in teaching practice of student teachers and to connect agreeing professionals, academic staff, and teacher mentors to each other, developing a national professional learning community.