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Elena Pezzi - speaker at Teachmeet International Bett 2020

  1. 1. Elena Pezzi Italy @ b a r t v e r s w i j v e l # t m b e t t 2 0 @ a b f r o m z TEACHMEET INTERNATIONAL
  2. 2. SEG-Pilot: Let's MOOC together!
  3. 3. SEG-Pilot: Let's MOOC together! New perspectives for MOOCs Elena Pezzi 23 Jan 2020 Elena Pezzi - SEG-Pilot: Let’s MOOC together is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  4. 4. From there ...
  5. 5. My professional context and myself: Ufficio Scolastico Regionale Liceo Laura Bassi Elena Pezzi
  6. 6. … to here...
  7. 7. But when you don’t have the chance to be here or there ... ...and you want to keep on learning ...
  8. 8. Courses at school and regional level
  9. 9. The implementation of the School-Based Case Study at Laura Bassi Taking the “Project Based Learning” course Introducing Project-Based Learning in your Classroom
  10. 10. The implementation of the School-Based Case Study at USR-ER Taking the “Mentoring in Schools” course
  11. 11. - Teachers are very busy and most of them may find difficult to do the "homework" assigned. - English is a problem! Not for everyone, but for many, yes. - ICT is a problem! Not for everyone, but for many, yes (and maybe even more than English...)! - Teachers can work and do activities together during the on-site meetings. - Need to reshape the path, summarizing the main concepts, also providing time for the reflection on the topics and the development of activities during the meeting itself. - Meeting f2f helps teachers with less language and/or ICT skills
  12. 12. Pros & Cons (teachers say…) What works well? - It is important to meet together to follow the course. Working together is, without a doubt, much more enjoyable and productive! - A “tutor” who helps you and guides you through the course is very useful - I appreciate the use of short videos that in a short time give useful food for thought or illustrate how to use some educational tool. What doesn’t work well? - Time constraints both at school and at personal level often prevent the completion of the activities, even if the interest is sincere and the desire to complete the course is authentic. - Too busy period at school - Mentoring Course: a little bit frustrating because of the lack of official recognition in Italy
  13. 13. What lessons have you learnt? - You have to know participants’ needs, skills, habits in order to better shape/summarize the contents of the course & meetings - No doubts that online courses can reach more (effective) participants if they are linked to some on-site meetings (ie. F2F meeting is the added value) - Give time to teacher to experiment in class and schedule a last meeting to share results - Encourage peer observation during class experimentation (“kind guests”)
  14. 14. - Always involve headteacher and staff - Find teachers / trainers who already know the topic (for having already taken the course, for being trained in that field…) - Collaborate with other schools to maximize the benefits and minimize the efforts - Give time to teachers, encourage them and recognize their work! - Think positive! You can!
  15. 15. Key words opportunities challenges benefits and ... recognition!
  16. 16. elenapezzi@gmail.com

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