How to use digital services and personal mentoring in induction programs.
Together with teacher colleagues and scientific partners from four different European countries, Angela Hoffmann is currently working in the Erasmus+ project ‘LOOP: Scaffolding in teachers development: Mentoring and Mentors in induction programs‘ 2020-1-PT01-KA201-078764. The idea of the project is that ‘Teacher trainings are the key to student success‘. Therefore, it analyses mentor skills (knowledge, communication and attitude) and tests digital tools to strengthen the education and training of European teachers.
Since 2017, Angela is a teacher of economics and physics at Schulzentrum Carl von Ossietzky Gymnasiale Oberstufe (CvO GyO), an Erasmus+ school in Bremerhaven, Germany. She is involved in different aspects of school development to use innovative learning and teaching approaches and to create a respectful, creative and self-responsible learning environment.
Angela is a mother of four children and holds a doctoral degree in agricultural economics. She published honoured conference contributions and several articles in German and international journals. Before Angela decided becoming a teacher she had worked as a research manager and analyst in international projects. The concept of life-long learning and getting in touch with others inspired Angela to become a teacher.