The main aim of the project is to adapt and transfer e-learning course for educators. As such it contributes to LDV general priorities aimed at supporting VET actors in learning and using their skills for enhancing quality and innovation in VET. The project addresses the needs for innovative pedagogies and methods for VET by equipping educators with an e-course that introduces collaborative social learning and learning outcomes- based design. Thus it will give VET institutions the ability to enhance teachers’ pedagogical skills combined with ICT innovative exploitation.
|Project title:||(e)VET2EDU – Supporting Vocational Teachers and Trainers in E-Learning|
|Project web page:||http://evet2edu.eu|
|Project coordinator:||Akademia Górniczo – Hutnicza im. St. Staszica w Krakowie, Poland (http://agh.edu.pl; http://cel.agh.edu.pl)|
|Contact person at VDU:||Estela Daukšienė, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Project run:||24 months (01/10/2012 ¬ – 30/09/2014)|
- Hrvatska akademska i istaživačka mreža – CARNet (Croatia)
- RPIC-ViP (Czech Republic)
- Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)
- Center RS za poklicno izobraževanje (Slovenia)
- Universidad de Murcia, (Spain)
- CESIE – Centro Studi ed Iniziative Europeo (Italy)
- HiST Contract Research (Norway)
- Obrtna technička škola (Croatia)
- Support trainers and teachers from VET sector in implementation of dynamic, open and innovative methods by adapting and transferring validated e-learning course for vocational schools and training sector.
- Offer course as open resource in 9 languages together with the facilitator’s detailed manual.
- Adapting an e-learning course for educators in Poland to VET teachers and trainers learning needs and requirements in partner countries.
- Increasing didactic and digital competences of VET trainers and teachers and raise awareness of online educational solutions based on innovative pedagogy.
- Increasing the visibility and role of VET in regular education system and lifelong learning.
- report on the needs and requirements of VET educators towards e-learning, based on interviews with practitioners and best-practice descriptions;
- open course environment based on Moodle where the courses in different language versions will be available (EN, PL, CR, SL, LT, IT, ES, NO, CZ);
- open e-learning courses on “Design and facilitation of on-line courses” for trainers and educators in VET sector in 9 languages (EN, PL, CR, SL, LT, IT, ES, NO, CZ);
- handbook for facilitators;
- internal collaboration space: shared experience on selection and development of OS collaboration environment;
- workshop scenario and 2 workshops in each country delivered to VET sector; report from the piloting;
- numerous presentations;