Teacher education, the platform for digital education dedicated to the Pnrr reform is already online

Scuola Futura is the platform for the training of school staff (teachers, ATA staff, DSGA, DS), as part of the actions of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), Education Mission. Content and training modules are divided into 3 thematic areas (digital education, STEM and multilingualism, territorial gaps), which reflect 3 of the investment lines for the competencies defined by the PNRR: Integrated digital education and training of school staff in the digital transition, New in skills and new languages, Exceptional intervention to reduce territorial gaps and combat early school exchange.

As for you Teacher training, the platform therefore contains a section dedicated to the “training of school staff in the service on the integrated digital teaching and the digital transformation of the school organization and on tools and materials for digital teaching.

Several times namely the Minister of Education Patrizio Bianchi he prelude as father or in general present the digital education while the flu is not what we should aim for because it is too much in the emergency basket.

Didactic innovation comes from the training of school staff on digital topics and therefore the NRR focuses on this area.

The SCUOLA FUTURA platform, already active, offers various training courses in this regard.

You can sign up for the trainings School staff on dutyby accessing the reserved area from the “LOGIN” button on the top right from February 2022 onwards. In the “All routes” section you can find out more about the active routes and learn more about them.

The teachers in the service, we read on the platform, will gain digital skills provided in the European reference framework, DigCompEdu, to achieve adequate preparation on all Areas of expertise required to learn professionalism (Professional participation and improvement, Digital resources, learning and learning practices, learning assessment, improvement of student potential, Encourage the development of students’ digital skills).

Interested teachers may, at their level of digital competence, complete a “self-reflection” questionnaire prepared by the European Commission.


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