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This Work Package (WP2), led by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), aims to develop European teacher’ blended courses to support a European framework of teacher education

To this end, the teams working on this WP will produce 20 modules based on an innovative model of blended learning, to explore the potential for global collaboration and cooperation growth in blended learning. The modules will be developed by researchers from several partner universities who work together to produce the modules.

Activities

  • Co-conception of BL Modules, based on propositions from¬†each¬†partner;
  • The modules will¬†be¬†shared on a digital platform hosted by Civis;
  • Face-to-face versions of these courses will¬†also¬†be¬†organized in several of the partners‚Äô institutions;
  • ¬†Using the modules and analyzing the data for real-time adjustment and satisfaction.

Blended courses

MUTTRAC – Multimodal teacher training for refugee-aware classrooms

The module aims at cultivating an understanding of inclusive education that employs multimodal recourses for teaching and evaluation. It offers participants selected multimedia recourses (texts, images, videos), techniques and strategies to be able to understand the dynamics of cultural difference in schools and effectively, and creatively, tackle the problems that arise.

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I.S.E – Infographics in Science Education

Lately, infographics are used more and more to communicate science data and concepts to the public. However, it is still a challenge to incorporate infographics in science education as a teaching tool. This module focuses on how teachers and educators can design and then utilize infographics about science education and especially socio-scientific education such as sustainability.

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CONAPEDE – Education through nature

What does the term 'nature' cover in the various practices of outdoor education? How do teachers get to grips with outdoor education, and do they all have the same relationship with nature?

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Harnessing Artificial Intelligence in Primary School Mathematics Education

The "Harnessing Artificial Intelligence in Primary School Mathematics Education" module empowers teachers to integrate AI into their teaching methods. Spanning four weeks, it covers AI fundamentals, everyday applications, case studies in math education, and hands-on use of AI tools. This comprehensive program ensures educators gain both theoretical knowledge and practical skills, fostering innovative and effective teaching practices.

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Beyond Words: Multisensory Approaches to Teaching

Dates Field of study Format Online Open to Keywords Apply by Content Practical details Professors The proposed training activities aim to provide participants with new skills and perspectives on the educational process through embodied artistic activities (visual arts, manual creating, drama-based performance), group work, and direct experiences. The program consists […]

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Studying Sustainability and Quality of Life Ecosystems

The “Studying Sustainability and Quality of Life Ecosystems" is envisioned as a three-week module that will cover 3 out of 17 identified UN’s goals related to the development of a cognitive, socio-emotional and behavioral curriculum of Sustainability and Quality of Life.

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SBA4L – Skill-based approach for Learning

SBA4L is tailored for educators and instructional designers, emphasizing Competency-Based Education. It focuses on developing training courses that align with specific skill sets and competencies needed in various professional contexts.

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OIKOS

The O√Įkos course, which lasts a total of 36 hours and includes individual reading, research, experimentation and evaluation, is intended for school staff who want to explore outdoor teaching methods and learn about scientific advances in the field. For an in-depth understanding of this course, we will begin with a brief overview of its history and international scope.

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HAPPI

HAPPI training is a 36-hour module (including individual reading, research, experimentation and evaluation). Its aim is to help school staff interested in active teaching methods to experiment with new practices, and to raise awareness of scientific research on the subject.

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Affectivity in Teaching

Within the AffecTeaching module Emotions, Belonging, and Social Connectedness will be used as benchmarks, for providing an up-to-date overview of innovative pedagogies and practices related to the promotion of students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) in various fields of education.

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Open Book for Blended Learning International Co-conception

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