Concept by: Alberta Miele
SUGGESTED COMPUTER PROFICIENCY: INTERMEDIATE
E-learning opens up access to a wealth of information and resources and, if delivered correctly, can make the process of teaching and learning more fluid and enjoyable.
Instructional design is the practice of designing online courses in an efficient and appealing way. In fact, in order to avoid dropouts in digital learning and to involve the students, correctly planning the e-learning path is crucial.
In this course, participants will handle the principles of instructional design with a practical approach. They will be introduced to the main open-source authoring tools (software packages which developers use to create and package e-learning content that is deliverable to users) and will measure themselves in designing and developing their own project.
Participants to the course will learn to:
- Compare different models for digital learning;
- Design and deliver programs for online courses;
- Choose among several tools for digital education the one that most adapts to their needs;
- Create teaching materials for online courses with an open-source tool (H5P);
- Support, and assess the results of online activities;
- Motivate students to take online courses.
- Teachers (primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs);
- Teacher trainers;
- Careers officers, Educational guides and counselors;
- Managers of schools.
Head teacher of ICT Courses: Iacopo Falciani
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