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-====== Free courses for French-speaking education ======+====== Free courses for education ======
  
-A project to help future teachers and students in French-speaking education, both Belgian and foreign, and to offer them a caring and efficient learning and support environment.+A project to help future teachers and students in education, first in French, Dutch, English and Spanish, both Belgian and foreign, and to offer them a caring and efficient learning and support environment.
  
 Starting a teaching career is difficult. So is pursuing it. Not only do you have to know the subject matter well and understand it well in order to be able to explain it, but you also have to have the talent to make students understand it, each with their own rhythm and difficulties. As you can see, many people who start give up after only a few years. ([[https://www.lesoir.be/402649/article/2021-10-26/la-penurie-de-profs-aggravee-par-labandon-des-jeunes|Le Soir, 26/10/2021]]. Teacher shortage compounded by youth dropout. Between teachers who retire early (one in five) and those who leave prematurely (one in three), the profession suffers from a lack of career planning and [[https://www.lesoir.be/444347/article/2022-05-25/isolement-departs-precoces-le-blues-des-nouveaux-profs|Le Soir, 25/05/2022]]. After a first professional life, more and more of them are turning to the teaching profession. They now represent the majority of new entrants to the market. A solution to the shortage? Not so fast: one in two leaves the profession within five years.) Starting a teaching career is difficult. So is pursuing it. Not only do you have to know the subject matter well and understand it well in order to be able to explain it, but you also have to have the talent to make students understand it, each with their own rhythm and difficulties. As you can see, many people who start give up after only a few years. ([[https://www.lesoir.be/402649/article/2021-10-26/la-penurie-de-profs-aggravee-par-labandon-des-jeunes|Le Soir, 26/10/2021]]. Teacher shortage compounded by youth dropout. Between teachers who retire early (one in five) and those who leave prematurely (one in three), the profession suffers from a lack of career planning and [[https://www.lesoir.be/444347/article/2022-05-25/isolement-departs-precoces-le-blues-des-nouveaux-profs|Le Soir, 25/05/2022]]. After a first professional life, more and more of them are turning to the teaching profession. They now represent the majority of new entrants to the market. A solution to the shortage? Not so fast: one in two leaves the profession within five years.)
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