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.
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
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
The toolbox is an aid for teachers to create Distance Learning courses. The box is developed in the Erasmus+ Project “VTT” and will be available finally in summer 2019. Two European schools from Latina/Italy and Adeche/Spain are involved in the project, supported from the Swedish Distance Learning Association, the University of Crete (Retimon) and the