In today’s rapidly evolving educational landscape, teachers face the pressing challenge of equipping students with 21st-century skills using accessible and engaging methods.
The following courses are designed to assist teachers and educators in developing basic digital skills, facilitating their entry into the worlds of apps and tools for digital education.
Acquire basic skills in creating digital materials for online teaching and learning. Learn to create and edit documents in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, record and edit videos, and realize small digital games.
Learn the expected requirements of administrators and managers from organizations in the Erasmus+ program. Strengthen your digital skills and understanding of ICT and expand your knowledge to improve your technological experience and confidence.
Learn how to manage projects using specifically designed apps. Create simple websites using WordPress and develop the ability to interact effectively during online conferences, create infographics, and record and edit screen videos.
Discover the basics of education technology. Learn about a variety of digital tools, educational apps (White Board apps) and software to introduce to your classroom. Involve the students in engaging and interactive digital activities.
Expand your knowledge of ICT and social technologies for education. Gain insight into the top teaching and learning apps, innovative digital solutions and social platforms: Snapseed, PhotoGrid, Edpuzzle, Weebly, Google + and more.
Gain foundational knowledge and skills in integrating ICT tools for language teaching. Explore various interactive platforms, fostering engaging language learning experiences.
Gain proficiency in classroom management systems, learning to effectively utilize Google Classroom and other platforms. Ensure both efficiency in teaching and create an enriching learning experience for students.
Learn how to use Google products as effective tools for teaching and learning. Acquire deeper knowledge about data collection, cooperation, and lesson planning, among others.
Discover the huge potential of Digital Humanities in order to foster 21st-century skills. Create classroom activities that stimulate cross-disciplinary dialogue.
Gain hands-on experience with various apps and programs to integrate them into teaching. Learn to create interactive lessons that will foster 21st-century skills, including critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity.
Learn about Microsoft 365, together with all its tools and techniques, and incorporate them into your teaching. Explore programs such as Excel, OneDrive, and Sway, among others.
Study, analyze, and practice the variety of possibilities provided by the program. Gain experience with data handling, editing, formatting, managing, and analysis.