E10-Enhancing e-skills at school: a shared “dictionary” of tools and practices 1 Week ERASMUS+ Teacher Training Course PIN 908748187 In collaboration with FONDAZIONE GOLINELLI: http://www.fondazionegolinelli.com/

E10-Enhancing e-skills at school: a shared “dictionary” of tools and practices

1 Week ERASMUS+ Teacher Training Course PIN 908748187

In collaboration with FONDAZIONE GOLINELLI: http://www.fondazionegolinelli.com/

E10-Enhancing e-skills at school: a shared “dictionary” of tools and practices

1 Week ERASMUS+ Teacher Training Course PIN 908748187

In collaboration with FONDAZIONE GOLINELLI: http://www.fondazionegolinelli.com/

Training course aimed at accompanying teachers towards a greater awareness of the need to integrate the teacher’s educational toolkit with innovative strategies and digital tools.

We will develop the idea of bringing digital strategies into the teacher’s daily practice in a transparent way, using tools working alongside those of traditional teaching, progressively accompanying them and then partly implementing them.

Once acquired, technology empowers and enhances learning approaches and strategies focusing on the active role of the student in the learning process. Participants are requested to bring a laptop and also a personal mobile device (tablet or smartphone).

 

Date&time Arguments
Mo.

9.30-12.30

General introduction:  Internet and web apps.

The role and the sense of web technologies in teacher’s daily routine.

Getting acquainted: meeting each other and sharing experiences about the role of digital devices and practices in their work and countries.

Examples of interactive and free digital platforms as a main tool to develop teachers’ activities in a digital(ized) world.

Google Suite as a set of generalist tools every school can use for free.

How to access the Suite. Getting the sense of web access to the tools and access through user setting in Chrome Browser sessions (how to sign in to a G Suite account, setting up Chrome profiles, using multiple accounts and switching between them)

Tue.

14.30-17.30

G Suite for Education:

·        Drive: storing and sharing documents and information

·        GDocuments, GSheets, GPresentations

·        GKeep as a notation tool (note-taking app). Its OCR (cap)abilities.

·        GForms in communications and in teaching

Tue.

9.30-12.30

eTwinning: a platform for European teachers to communicate, collaborate, develop projects and share experiences.

Main features and tools available in eTwinning (Desktop Live, Twinspace)

Registration procedures – platform management

Partner forum: how to search and find partners

Examples of eTwinning projects

Tue.

14.30-17.30

Presentation Tools for teachers:

·        Beyond slide-based tools: trying new ways of graphical representation

·        Infographics. (i.e. the use of Picktochart Tool)

·        Presenting and documenting with Adobe Spark

·        the Genial.ly tools

We.

9.30-12.30

Audio resources as underestimated tools in educational strategies. Online web tools for recording voices and sounds.

Basics for recording management and editing.

How to create and enjoy a do-it-yourself radio broadcast at school.

We.

14.30-17.30

Using images in daily teaching practice: searching, collecting, managing digital images. Ideas for producing and sharing screencasts. (web application practice: Google Photo, Steller, Loom)
Thu.

9.00-18.00

VENICE- tour of the city of Venice to the collection of video, audio and photographic documentation. It is possible to visit:

Ca’ Foscari School for International Education – http://www.unive.it/pag/9915/

Architecture School Iuav- http://www.iuav.it/ENGLISH/ABOUT-IUAV/IUAV-PROFI/

Galleria dell’Accademia – http://www.gallerieaccademia.org/?lang=en

Peggy Guggenheim Collection – http://www.guggenheim-venice.it/inglese/default.html

Or other sites.

Fri.

9.30-12.30

Digital storytelling in teaching: some practical examples.

We will experiment with some web tools, story tools, to tell, create, collaborate and share stories (and narrations) through videos, audio and texts.

The digital storytelling as a narrative technique at school

Fri.

14.30-16.30

Debrief and delivery of diplomas

 

Cod.E10-1: BOLOGNA

  • Dates 2018: 18 – 22 June
  • deadline: 30 May

 

 

COURSE DETAILS

  • Length of the course: 1 week, Mon – Fri;
  • Extra site activities: Bologna Guided Tour; 1 day Venice trip
  • Price: € 495,00
  • N. minimum participants: 9 – max: 30

ACCOMMODATION

We can offer shared and independent apartments, host families, student rooms and hotels accommodation from 250€ per week.

Contact us for more details.

 

This course is organized in collaboration with: THE GOLINELLI FOUNDATION

Fondazione Golinelli was established in Bologna in 1988, as a will of the entrepreneur and philanthropist Marino Golinelli.

Today it represents the unique Italian example of a private and totally operative foundation, inspired to the model of the American philanthropic foundations. Fondazione Golinelli deals with education, training and culture in an integrated manner, to nurture the intellectual and ethical growth of young people and society, with the final goal of contributing to the sustainable development of the country.

It works for cultural and responsible development of the citizens in all fields of knowledge. One of the most important strategic goals is to provide children (especially schoolchildren), the citizens of tomorrow, guidelines and tools that enable them to grow responsibly, civilly and socially, fostering the creation of ethical behavior for a more cohesive society. Young people, able to develop themselves in an innovative and competitive way in an increasingly globalized, complex, multi-cultural and unpredictable world.