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This is the Blog of the Erasmus+ Project VVT-Box.

The project starts in October, 2017 and ends in September, 2019. The project results are an aid for teachers to create high quality Distance Learning courses, a teachers’ training course and a tranferability guide.

VTT-BOX: Pedagogical framework and quality considerations for the courses
A pedagogical framework and quality considerations have now been developed to be used for the courses within the VTT-BOX .
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Find grammar fun online
Primero de Bachillerato students at Colegio Internacional Costa Adeje are having fun with their computers while improving their English. How?
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EDEN EDLW Considerations for QA of e-Learning Provision
EDEN is proudly hosting the third year of the European Distance Learning Week (EDLW) in cooperation with the United States
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Considerations for Quality Assurance of e-Learning Provision
European Distance Learning Week (EDLW) in cooperation with the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), which will be holding its
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Selfie-Discover the digital potential of your school
Is your school making the most of digital technologies for teaching and learning? SELFIE (Self-reflection on Effective Learning by Fostering
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Latina, Italy VTT-Box Project meeting
The third VTT-Box meeting took place in Latina, Italy 26-27 October 2018. The host was ITC Vittorio Veneto-Salvemini and with
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VTT-Box Intermediate meeting in Latina 26/27 October 2018
The VVT-Box Intermediate meeting held in Latina, has set the pace for the first year,in fact we have had the
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Moodle Basics for teacher training in Moodle
We are currently preparing a course that will support teachers in learning the Moodle platform. This course contains not only
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This Genius Map Explains How Everything in Physics Fits Together
Physics is a huge, complex field. It also happens to be one of the most fascinating, dealing with everything from
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Female, minority students took AP computer science in record numbers
Female, black and Latino students took Advanced Placement computer science courses in record numbers, and rural student participation surged this
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