Primero de Bachillerato students at Colegio Internacional Costa Adeje are having fun with their computers while improving their English. How? Is this possible? Of course! In this lesson we are studying “used to/would” and “be used to/get used to” and we have designed some fun activities online where our students can learn to talk about
Is your school making the most of digital technologies for teaching and learning? SELFIE (Self-reflection on Effective Learning by Fostering the use of Innovative Educational Technologies) is a free, easy-to-use, customizable tool to help schools assess where they stand with learning in the digital age. Selfie is developed by the European Commission to help Schools to
The third VTT-Box meeting took place in Latina, Italy 26-27 October 2018. The host was ITC Vittorio Veneto-Salvemini and with our partner colleague Francesca Neiviller. The aim of the meeting was to finalize the Interim report and to plan further activities, such as the MOOC and the virtual toolbox. In addition, the evaluation of the
We are currently preparing a course that will support teachers in learning the Moodle platform. This course contains not only instructions on how to set up activities and all the other details in a Moodle course, but also ideas on how to implement the principles of the VttBox pedagogical framework in Moodle training. The course
Course implementation started on the project’s Moodle server. The first course is evaluated.
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.
Paper submitted Peter Mazohl, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Harald Makl, Maria Ampartzaki, and Michail Kalogiannakis submitted a paper about the project at the CSEDU 2018, which will take place in Madeira from 15/03 until 17/03/2018. The paper describes the project as well as the innovation found in the project. Specifically, the technical aspects were in the foreground.
During the project, several pilot courses will be created, implemented, and evaluated. These courses will be performed in Adeje (Spain) by the coordinator, in latina (by the I.T.S. Vittorio Veneto Salvamini) and in Wiener Neustadt in an associated school (EBI/EIE). The selected subjects currently are science (physics, biology), languages, and arts education. Special courses are