eTwinning blended learning - best practice example

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  • sotheycanaskquestionif procedure isn’tclearOn workshop wediscussedthoseideas, commentedandsuggested some improvement
  • sotheycanaskquestionif procedure isn’tclearOn workshop wediscussedthoseideas, commentedandsuggested some improvement
  • sotheycanaskquestionif procedure isn’tclearOn workshop wediscussedthoseideas, commentedandsuggested some improvement
  • eTwinning blended learning - best practice example

    1. 1. From eTwinning beginner to expert – modular, blended learning approach Lidija Kralj, OŠ Veliki Bukovec, Hrvatska
    2. 2. eTwinning training for teachers • Flipped classroom for teachers • Work as you teach 
    3. 3. eTwinning training for teachers • 3 face-to-face workshops • a month-long sessions for online communication and collaboration between them
    4. 4. Face to face • covered all main topics • from registration to • application for Quality Label
    5. 5. In-between period – time to • • • • familiarize with the eTwinning network make contacts start or join projects ask for advice and help
    6. 6. How? Task Why find and read eTwinning cookbook familiarize with public part of eTwinning portal learn about some possibilities of eTwinning send contact request to at least 5 teachers outside of your country learn how to find eTwinner and send request join teachers room find company and support
    7. 7. How? Task Why find and read tutorial about starting a project familiarize with public part of eTwinning portal learn how to start project look for interesting project on eTwinning and think about idea for your project get some idea how projects looks like & develop some ideas
    8. 8. How? Task Why think what resources, objects discuss about suitable forms, you want to publish in modules and finding project solutions for some resources discuss about suitable tools think what web 2.0 tools you and finding solutions for want to use during project some tools, how to use it with TwinSpace
    9. 9. How? Task Why find out what are embedded we use web 2.0 tools later so codes they know what they have to look for try some Google documents we use embedding Google forms later
    10. 10. Next level • Series of 10 webinars • September – November 2013
    11. 11. Busy as always • • • • • eTwinning showroom First steps Survive on eTwinning Desktop From an idea to the project eTwinning for primary level (age 6 – 10)
    12. 12. Busy as always • Finding ways in TwinSpace • eTwinning for primary & lower secondary level (age 11 – 14) • Getting extra skills for TwinSpace • eTwinning for secondary level (15 – 18) • Quality above all
    13. 13. Bad sides • • • • more time for preparation more time online with participants slower work online than f2f (2 : 1) give more time to participants but be there for them
    14. 14. Good side or Why?? • Reach to teachers in distant/poor/different schools • Recordings • Community support • Participant in centre, responsible, flipped ;)
    15. 15. lidija.kralj@skole.hr @LidijaKralj Lidija Kralj, Veliki Bukovec, Hrvatska

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