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Digital skills for teachers - Digiskills project explained
 

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The DigiSkills project aims to serve as an accelerator of the sharing, adoption, usage, and re-purposing of the already rich existing eLearning resources. It will demonstrate ways to involve school ...

The DigiSkills project aims to serve as an accelerator of the sharing, adoption, usage, and re-purposing of the already rich existing eLearning resources. It will demonstrate ways to involve school communities in innovative teaching and learning practices, promote community building between numerous schools of Europe and empower them to use, share and exploit unique resources. It will demonstrate the potential of eLearning resources to meet the educational and quality needs of these communities, supported by DigiSkills Inventory a social platform and, finally, it will assess the impact and document the whole process into a Best Practices Guide.

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    Digital skills for teachers - Digiskills project explained Digital skills for teachers - Digiskills project explained Presentation Transcript

    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices Community of Teachers W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices Community of Teachers W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices School Community of Teachers W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material HigherEd Adult Learning
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices Foc us Groups Community of Teachers W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices Focus Groups Community of Teachers nts W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material ve ning E Trai ols r Sc ho e Summ s ontest C
    • Exceptional teaching & learning approaches Good Practices EU countries Community of Teachers W eb-based Inventory •Practice Description •Educational Material
    • es g Practic Learnin s with ICT rs r Teache fo Valuable Communities of Practice Peer Learning ICT Competences with Teachers
    • Content ICT Competences with Teachers
    • Quick Facts on DigiSkills Runtime December 2011 – November 2015
    • Partners Practitioners Maria Curie Sklodowska University, Poland Confederación Española de Centros de Enseñanza, Spain European Distance and E-Learning Network - EDEN Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece Policy Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur, Austria Tech & Knowledge Management Fondation Ynternet.org, Switzerland University of Split, Faculty of Science, Croatia Computer Technology Institute and Press "Diophantus“, Greece Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education, USA European Foundation for Quality in E-learning, Belgium
    • Join us: www.facebook.com/digiskills http://digiskills-project.ea.gr/
    • This presentation is licensed under Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) DigiSkills Contact: Argiris Tzikopoulos, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece