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etwinning Learning Events - Pedagogical Objectives

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Workshop presentation in eTwinning Ambassadors' Conference
October 2013 Catania Sicily

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  • 1. eTwinning Learning Events - Pedagogical Objectives Tiina Sarisalmi, Miriam Schembri, Adam Stepinski, Irina Vasilescu
  • 2. Pedagogical Objectives Learn about the subject related content Learn to use VLE and other web 2.0 tools in a learning process Learn to learn differently Support the understanding of learning as a multi-level process Enhance the CoP aspect of the eTwinning community
  • 3. Learn about the subject related content - Topic e.g. global warming (cross-curricular) Subject related e.g. web 2.0 tools for math Method e.g. inquiry-based learning Web tool e.g. educational apps for iPad Aspects of education e.g. motivation Elements of learning process e.g. assessment 21st century skills e.g. creativity - Provide core information - Finding, sharing, building knowledge
  • 4. Learn to use VLE and other web 2.0 tools - These are 21st century skills - Virtual learning environments, their pros and cons, possibilities and limitations - VLEs and web 2.0 tools usage in a pedagogically meaningful way - Special tools for different school subjects - Tools supporting collaboration, creativity, student’s initiative and engagement
  • 5. Learn to learn differently - Learner-centered learning Learning-by-doing Project-, inquiry- or problem-based learning Collaborative learning: participants working together and teaching each other - Sharing, peer learning - Gamification of learning Participants learn by doing
  • 6. Support the understanding of learning as a multi-level process - Learning to learn - Meta-cognitive level: reflection - Hidden agenda: attitudes Enhance the Community of Practice (CoP) aspect of the eTwinning - Learn to know each other - Support emotional intelligence - Encourage social networking
  • 7. THANK YOU! Tiina Sarisalmi, Finland Miriam Schembri, Malta Adam Stepinski, Poland Irina Vasilescu, Romania