The results of the project are published as OER; this means “Open Educational Ressources”. These OERs can be used by everybody for training, teaching and learning. Since the VTT-Box project is under a CC 4.0 BY-NC-SA (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike) license everybady also can use the material, build on it, or translate the content. This is the way
The multiplier event took place in Vienna, at the Private University of Applied Studies for Teacher Education (KPH). The project has been presented, with a special focus on the self-evaluation mandala. One of the prominent visitors was Sabine Sobotka, a teacher and one of the most populas poetry slammers of Austria. She was really interested
Course implementation started on the project’s Moodle server. The first course is evaluated.
The first pilot course has been created by Peter Mazohl (EBI/EIE) in German language, hs been tested, and translated into English language. The course consists of an introduction, advices to the learners, the input to the self-evaluation mandala, some interactive videos, two interactive tasks in the virtual lab, and finally of a digital competence check.
Peter Mazohl presented a poster of the project at the EDEN conference 2018 in Genoa. About EDEN With more than 200 institutional members and over 1200 members in the Network of Academics and Professionals (NAP), EDEN assists a wide range of institutions, networks and individuals to become involved in professional information and networking activities. It
CSEDU 2018, the International Conference on Computer Supported Education, is the yearly meeting place for presenting and discussing new educational environments, best practices and case studies on innovative technology-based learning strategies, institutional policies on computer supported education including open and distance education, using computers. The VTT-Project was presented there by Peter Mazohl (EBI/EIE) and Ebba
As a first product, the pedagogical framework for the project was published. The framework was developed from the Greek partner (University of Crete) and provides the scientifically based framework description. The implementation and integration of the framework is done by the schools developing pilot courses.
This project developes a teachers’ toolbox to assist teachers (and trainers) to create high quality Distance Learning courses. This is a sophisticated (well elaborated, useful, versatile for various subjects, and labour saving) teacher’s tool to create Online Distance Learning courses using the knowledge and experience developed in the project. It‘s web-based and a in-house development of the consortium
Technology enhenced teaching is very common in European schools – especially in Highschools. The use of technology in teaching increased continuously during the last ten years. Smirnova (2008) mentions advanced skills of students in the fields of electronic learning. Distance learning uses modern information and communication technology as well as onsite teaching. While technology in
Distance Learning can enrich your teaching! It’s an option for you – but a benefit for your students and brings an added value for both. Distance education can help teachers in their daily work. There are several possibilities to use it: • Offer additional content to interested learners • Offer virtual labs • Offer tutoring