Becoming a teacher 4.0, DigiCompEdu skills: practical course. Here is what we teach teachers. Offer for schools

DigCompEdu is the international reference framework for the digital skills of teachers and trainers. The aim of the course is to provide those working in the education and higher education sector with models of digital skills that can be applied in educational and institutional areas. 23 hours of lessons and 470 between slides and handouts, 40 hours of certification. The course is organized by SO.GE.S (a company of the Orizzonte Scuola group and accredited by the Ministry of Education according to ministerial directive 170/2016)

Presentation of the training initiative

The training initiative aims to provide users with the digital skills dictated by the requirements of DigCompEdu. In particular, the initiative aims to convey, through a theoretical/practical approach, best practices to expand the teacher’s portfolio of tools and know-how. Thanks to a discussion of the technical issues permanently linked to the real learning needs of the teacher, the training initiative should increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the teacher’s work by using the best digital resources.

1.1 Organizational communication

  1. Effective email writing and sending
  2. Internal communication
    • types
    • Communication techniques
    • Communication tools

1.2 Professional cooperation

  1. Collaboration tools
    Share tools
    Knowledge sharing and management

1.3 Reflexive practices

  1. Research and analysis of best practices
    • Advantages/disadvantages of using technology
  2. The mobile phone as a resource
  3. 1.4 Professional growth Identification of training gaps
    Research documents and study materials
    Online tools for professional growth

2.1 Select digital assets

  1. Didactic unit and choice of resources
  2. Research techniques
  3. Content search engines

2.2 Create and modify digital assets

  1. Licenses: types, attribution, uses
  2. Creating a digital asset
    • Purpose
    • Choice of typology
  3. How to create an e/a:
    • Document
    • presentation
    • E-book
    • Infographic
    • Pictures
    • Video
  4. Other Resources (Overview)
    • Cloud software, simulations

2.3 Manage, protect and share digital assets

  1. Organization of content (schemas, order, name, folders)
  2. Content Protection (Permissions)
  3. Version management
  4. License application

3.1 Teaching Practices

  1. Educational tools
    • Scientific simulations
    • Coding
    • Interactive quizzes
    • Use of digital stories
    • Choice of educational mix
    • TOActivity via mobile phone/tablet

3.2 Student guidance and support

  1. Interaction in e-mail
  2. Support beyond the classroom
  3. Support via Meet
  4. Use of constructive feedback

3.3 Collaborative Learning

  1. Techniques and tools for student collaboration
  2. Netiquette and Rules of Use
  3. Principles of work distribution

3.4 Self-regulated learning

  1. Planning techniques and tools
  2. Progress monitoring techniques
  3. Sharing of intellectual work

4.1 Evaluation strategies

  • Use of a questionnaire
  • Badges/Certificates
  • Assessment: Techniques and Methods
  • Self-assessment tools

4.2 Data analysis of the learning process

  1. Choice of targets
  2. Choice of metrics
  3. Use the spreadsheet
  4. Data representation
  5. Corrective actions

4.3 Feedback on learning and planning

  1. didactic
  2. Improvement strategies
  3. Feedback and follow-up
  4. Motivation and Coaching: Techniques

5.1 Accessibility and Inclusion

  1. Digital Resources: Potential and Limits
  2. Tools for BES
    • Cards
    • Read content
    • Multimedia
    • Registrations

5.2 Differentiation and Personalization

  1. Create custom playlists
  2. Differentiate exercises
    • Tools for creation
    • effective
    • Potential assessment

5.3 Active Participation

  1. Active participation techniques
    • Challenges
    • Gamification
    • role playing
    • Serious game
    • Field Activities (Reality and Technology)

6.1 Information and media literacy

Search the net

  1. Evaluation of sources and information
  2. Content organization
  3. Copyright

6.2 Communication and digital collaboration

  1. Communication tools for students
  2. Student collaboration tools

6.3 Digital Content Creation

  1. Supports the choice of content types
  2. Content creation [rif. Modulo 2.2]

6.4 Responsible use of digital

  1. Internet safety for students
  2. Digital reputation
  3. Autonomy and security use of Dign tools.
  4. Best practices: backup, password, login

6.5 Troubleshooting

  1. Problem solving approaches and methods
  2. Frequent digital troubleshooting

Receiver

  • Primary school teachers
  • Secondary teachers
  • Second grade teachers

Full description

Offer addressed to schools

Discount for subscribers of the OrizzonteScuola magazines (School Management and/or Manage Personnel)

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