Creating your own e-learning content in school education and adult education
With this in-service training which will run from 3 until 10 April 2011 in Ancona, Italy (reference number: BE-2011-156-001) our aim is to help teachers to develop state of the art content for e-learning in general and for learning environments in particular. We try to achieve this by training teachers to create e-learning materials and raising their awareness of e-learning in general. TACCLE will help to establish a culture of innovation in the schools in which they work. The training is geared to the needs of the classroom teachers but teacher trainers, ICT support staff and resource centre staff may find it useful too!
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Connecting TEachers to reach out to and teach the NEt GENeration or TeNeGEN is a Leonardo Transfer of Innovation project. It builds on the results of two earlier successful projects: SLOOP and NETIS. The SLOOP project (Sharing Learning Objects in an Open Perspective) demonstrated key concepts in e-learning 2.0; NETIS provided the philosophical, sociological, and pedagogical basis to support new paradigms of teaching and learning in the Information Society. The aim of the Tenegen project is to establish an European environment of ’connectivism’ for VET teachers and trainers, to show the significant advantages of being connected to the n-Gen instead of simply ’delivering’ knowledge through virtual classrooms and Learning Management Systems.
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TACCLE partner Graham Attwell has been publishing some very interesting articles on his blog on ‘rethinking e-Portfolio and Personal Learning Environments’.
Continue reading Using media for e-portfolios and Personal Learning Environments
The research project “Learning 2.0 – the Impact of Web 2.0 Innovations on Education and Training in Europe” was launched by the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS) in collaboration with the European Commission Directorate General Education and culture (DG EAC) at the beginning of 2008. The project aims to gather evidence on the take up of social computing by European Education and Training (E&T) institutions, to understand its impact on innovations in educational practice and its potential for a more inclusive European knowledge society, and to identify challenges and bottlenecks so as to devise policy options for Europe decision makers.
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From December 2 until December 4, 2009 the 15th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning & Training was held in Berlin. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN is the largest global e-learning conference for the corporate, education and public service sectors. More than 400 speakers from 38 countries shared their knowledge and experiences in 85 parallel sessions, as well as forums, workshops, seminars, plenaries and The ONLINE EDUCA Debate.
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On Saturday October 17, 2009 TACCLE organised a one day conference on e-learning in Ghent (Belgium) at the Department of Trade Science and Science of Public Administration of the university college Gent. The conference was a huge succes with over 200 teachers participating.
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On Saturday October 17, 2009 TACCLE organises a one day conference on e-learning in Ghent (Belgium) at the Department of Trade Science and Science of Public Administration of the university college Gent.
Continue reading TACCLE launch conference, 17 October 2009
With this in-service training our aim is to help teachers to develop state of the art content for elearning in general and for learning environments in particular. We try to achieve this by training teachers to create elearning materials and raising their awareness of elearning in general. TACCLE will help to establish a culture of innovation in the schools in which they work. The training is geared to the needs of the classroom teachers but teacher trainers, ICT support staff and resource centre staff may find it useful too! Pre-registrations for this course will close on September 15th.
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The TACCLE book is one of the major outcomes of this project. It is now ready and fully edited in English. Download it by clicking this link.
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On May 8th 2009 the TACCLE project was presented at the first Girl Geeks Dinner Marche. The topics of the evening were based on Social media marketing and it’s use. More than 60 people were present, all interested in new technologies and communication.
A first presentation was made by Sara Maternini who presented the idea behind GGD Italy. After this an online connection was made with Beatrice Finauro, coordinator of Marketing Fox Interactive Media and MySpace Italy who talked about Tools and potentials of social media. Continue reading Girl Geeks Dinner Marche