Course Topic: Digital Literacy and Social Media

Social media and digital tools are now even used in the school system as educational tools, so having proper digital literacy is necessary both for teachers and students.

Digital literacy is the ability to use new communication technologies to create content and information and can be used to enhance student engagement and improve communication among students and teachers.

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Digital Teaching Essentials: from A to Z

Learn how to efficiently use IT and communication technology in the classroom, in particular the most popular social media and innovative educational platforms. Acquire crucial knowledge on the safe use digital classroom management.

Discover the 7Cs: Learning for Life (and Work) in the 21st Century

Acquire knowledge on how to innovate school curricula by gaining a systematic understanding of 7 of the most important soft skills in the 21st century as a response to migration and rapid technological development.

Global Education and Critical Media Literacy: Essential Elements in Contemporary Teaching

Gain a practical understanding of the basic principles of Global Education and learn to design educational activities based on its pillars.

Pathways to Become a Digitally Competent Educator

Reflect on and acquire technological skills specific to educators. Learn to effectively integrate technology, empowering students to develop their digital competences. Discover a variety of assessment and progress analysis strategies.

Basic ICT for Teachers: Empowering Classrooms in the Digital Age

Learn to create engaging presentations using tools like Microsoft PowerPoint, Canva, Genially, or Google Slides. Discover how to create materials like quizzes or games and how to navigate the fascinating new world of artificial intelligence.

Digital Tools for Managing Projects in Education

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.

Digital Wellbeing: A New Challenge for Teachers and Students

Learn how to raise students’ awareness about the effects of digital technology in their lives, in order to help them take control of their digital well-being.

Traditional Arts and ICT Art Tools for Teaching your Subjects and Promoting Life Skills

Learn to integrate traditional art techniques and ICT art tools into your teaching practices in order to boost creativity and critical thinking, and enhance the development of crucial life skills.

Visual Arts as a Tool for Communication and Learning

Explore the impact of visual communication in today's digital media landscape for teaching and storytelling. Learn how to leverage visual communication and media literacy to cultivate critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity.

Digital Citizenship and Media Literacy: Sharing the Responsibility

Acquire an awareness of the morality and consequences of your own online activities, therefore developing the capacity to enhance digital literacy in the classroom.

Digital Storytelling: Apps and Software for Creative Writing

Acquire the necessary skills to create audio-visual stories with the support of an array of ICT tools and software, such as Microsoft Photos, which are effective in the involvement of students in the classroom.

Digital Media Literacy: Essential Skills for the Digital Age

Learn how to evaluate the credibility and quality of media products, besides becoming a responsible creator thereof and developing the ability to pass content on to students.

Artificial Intelligence for Education: Exploring the Frontiers of ICT

Gain practical knowledge and strategies for using AI tools such as Chat GPT for language practice. Learn the best practices for implementing AI in the classroom to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes.