Intellectual output 6 is stepping on the previous IOs. The main aim in this IO is a strategy to be developed for exploitation of the GoDIGITAL project in Primary schools on local and national level, to design a Campaign and Declaration to support the promotion of enhancing teachers’ digital skills, the recognition and validation of the GoDIGITAL Certificate and also a Memorandum of Commitment to be set up.
In this Intellectual Output a Toolkit is completed, where the objective is to empower teachers to become more digitally oriented by giving them the specific tools.
The Toolkit contains a short description of the project, the results and materials created through it, followed by researches, the Digital Competence Framework, description of the eco-system of the Open Badges, description of the e-learning platform, a Guidebook to help teachers to implement the project’s results and teachers’ feedback from the conducted trainings.
Declaration and Petition Online Forms
Declaration and Petition are online forms for stakeholders, policy makers or anyone who is invited to support the GODIGITAL project and the promotion of digitally enhanced teaching in primary schools according to the digital era
Description: The following is a part of the Go Digital EU project. The webinar focuses on the digital changes that have occurred within the last years in technology and how that has affected not only everyday life but the type of skills that are needed by the job market. It touches upon accessibility, digital skills and social media.
Description: The following is a part of the Go Digital EU project. It examines various ways that one may be an effective teacher by using various digital tools. The webinar delivers upon the use of CMS tools, subtitling software or AI
Description: The following is a part of the Go Digital project. The webinar examines various types of online teaching tools and communicators. It shows how to make use of the most basic applications to far more advanced LMS tools, ie. Blackboard.
Description: The following is a part of the Go Digital EU project. The webinar refers to elements of social responsibility of using social media. In the age of disinformation it points to the various dangers that lie in the digital realm.
Description: The first in a series of three webinars prepared as part of the GoDIGITAL project is called “Remote learning in the digital age – yesterday, today and tomorrow” and presents the history of e-Learning in education, its role and importance in the present day and what remote learning will be in the future. The subject of distance learning refers to the business applications of e-Learning but also to didactics at the level of primary education. The subject of the webinar also presents the challenges faced by education in the era of the coronavirus pandemic. The main goal of the webinar is to inspire teachers how to prepare well for the preparation of online classes. The http://moodle.teachersgodigital.eu platform was presented during the webinar
Description: The second in a series of three webinars under the GoDIGITAL project entitled “Organizing and conducting online classes – good practices” presents in the first part business inspirations that teachers can use in the process of preparing their online courses – the AIDA (Attention Interest Desire Action) business model and the circle / Deming cycle (continuous improvement of the quality of online classes). Good methodological practices in distance learning are also presented. In the second part of the webinar, “Quick Start” was discussed, i.e. a practical presentation of the course (subject) structure using Google Clasroom. The http://moodle.teachersgodigital.eu platform was presented during the webinar
Description: The third in a series of three GoDIGITAL webinars is called “Tools and Systems for Remote Learning (LMS)”. The main part of the webinar presents in practical terms a professional IT solution of the LMS (Learning Management System) class, which is an integrated system for the preparation, management, control and verification of online items. The approach to distance learning is discussed, where the human (student and teacher) is the most important and the systems are supportive. The http://moodle.teachersgodigital.eu platform was presented during the webinar