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.
Find grammar fun online
Primero de Bachillerato students at Colegio Internacional Costa Adeje are having fun with their computers while improving their English. How?Read more.
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 FosteringRead more.
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 withRead more.
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 theRead more.
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 onlyRead more.
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 fromRead more.
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 thisRead more.
CSEDU 2019, the International Conference on Computer Supported Education
CSEDU 2019, the International Conference on Computer Supported Education, is a yearly meeting place for presenting and discussing new educationalRead more.
International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning (published articles)
Forthcoming article Critical Reflections on introducing e-learning within a blended education context by Dimitris Laskaris, Emmanuel Heretakis, Michail Kalogiannakis, MariaRead more.
Multimedia rules our life and is omnipresent. Many younger people are disappointed by simply reading a book without pictures. TextRead more.