Objectives

The main aim of the project is to adapt and transfer e-learning course for educators. The course has been developed by Akademia Górniczo Hutnicza im. St. Staszica w Krakowie (AGH-UST) represented by its Centre of e-learning, in Poland. More than 200 teachers have been trained in Poland.

Such an e-learning course contributes to the Leonardo da Vinci general priorities aimed at supporting VET actors in learning and using their skills for enhancing quality and innovation in VET. The project addresses the needs for innovative pedagogies and methods for VET by equipping educators with a e-course that introduces collaborative social learning and learning outcomes based design. Thus it will give VET institutions the ability to enhance teachers’ pedagogical skills combined with ICT innovative exploitation.

It enhances collaboration between various institutions and facilitation of the development and sharing of innovative practice between different educational actors (social partners, schools, HE, VET support institutions). Furthermore, it contributes to developing of innovative ICT-enhanced training materials and programmes with regard to e-learning courses and online digital content for educators. It also enhances professional development of VET educators by facilitating development of pedagogical and technical skills. It will increase their pedagogical competences, especially of innovative methods, such as collaborative social learning, new media and the like. Indirectly but imminently it will facilitate development of key competences of the learners such as social and digital literacy.

The transfer includes:

  • teaching practice learning materials
  • dissemination and exploitation activities
  • opening the access to the e-learning course, encouraging and facilitating further transferring, modification and makes prospective implementation on th EU level easy to handle.

A common EU VET-related pedagogical e-learning course can significantly enhance the quality and transparency of VET professional training.

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.

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