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EPALE - Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

E-learning

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| 24 June 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Dr. Bánhidi Sándorné is a 75 year old adult education vocational supervisor and teacher, school manager, adult education administration and programme expert. With 22 years of experience in the field of adult education, she currently works at Informatika-Számítástechnika Tanárok Egyesülete (Association of IT and Computer Science Teachers). Due to her age, she felt naturally nervous about being at risk, so she has followed all the government guidelines.

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| 23 June 2020
| by Malgorzata Dybala

Various types of content - texts, illustrations, graphics - form a significant part of digital educational products.  And as it is true about education, they should be clear, understandable and engaging at the same time. What should we do to make sure that our content is of good quality, serves its function and does not contain errors?

These were the topics of a conversation we had as part of the Digital Learning Drive initiative with Tomasz Kuc, an expert on graphic design and making things simple. This article is a summary of the interview. 

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| 23 June 2020
| by Emil Thirup-Sorknæs

In March, the coronavirus crisis meant huge consequences for adult education programmes across the Nordic countries. For many, the solution involved new forms of remote learning, which in turn presented teachers and educators with new challenges – especially those who teach initial and functional literacy for adults. In the midst of all the chaos, it has been important to remember that all teaching should be based on the students’ resources, and that all course participants have resources which can and should be used in their learning in order to make it relevant and motivating.

Katrien Bernaerts

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| 23 June 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Katrien Bernaerts works for Toll-net (Technology-Supported Lifelong Learning) which offers training programs to teachers and school management to support quality e-learning and combined learning. Following the outbreak of Covid-19, she moved everything to webinars in order to support people as much as possible. From the beginning of the lockdown, they organised 15 open webinars and reached about 1600 people.

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| 22 June 2020
| by Keith Hatch

As the lockdown forced many workers to remain at home at lot of the learning support offered by unionlearn through regional and national events was put on hold. Unionlearn quickly developed a Learning @ Home campaign to support these workers continue to access skills development opportunities – and the resource has been proving very popular as new content, webinars and offers continue to be added.

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| 19 June 2020
| by Camille POIRAUD

This question was put to training professionals by the EPALE France team during the period of lockdown that affected Europe and the world for several weeks. With distance learning becoming essential in all support and training measures, how can we avoid accentuating the digital divide?

Over one week, a “Mentimeter” space was made available to training professionals, allowing them to freely testify about their experiences.

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| 19 June 2020
| by Biserka Neuholt...

UPI – Žalec Adult Education Institution from Slovenia is a modern adult education centre. Since 2018, we have been working towards ensuring a systematic and high-quality introduction of digital tools or combined learning, which is why our transfer to e-learning was easier than it would have been otherwise.

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| 18 June 2020
| by Mari Paz Garcia...
The onTrain project "Online training: the treasure within", is inspired by the Jacques Delors report for UNESCO "Learning: the treasure within". This is an Erasmus+ project of two years duration, had its beginning in November 2018 and will end in October 2020, where 5 universities and institutions of adult education from Europe participate: Spain, Italy, Germany, Finland and Romania. This project will develop an educational material aimed at trainers, in addition to online educational tools that will be useful to promote social learning.

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| 15 June 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Mariadaniela teaches Humanities and her specialty is School Dispersion. The situation of students not being able to attend school because of the lockdown measures was managed by enhancing distance learning. At her school they were able to use this situation as an opportunity to experiment with new teaching strategies, to use platforms, video lessons, virtual classes and online working groups, and to promote dialogue between teachers and students.

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| 19 May 2020
| by Vikki Liogier

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) – the workforce development body for the Further Education (FE) and Training sector funded by the UK Government – has run a series of free, online webinars to help colleagues across the sector who are working remotely to support students based at home. These webinars contain a host of useful information, tips and advice, they are recorded and are available for practitioners to use whenever convenient.

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| 15 May 2020
| by Per Esempio Onlus

Last week, the third staff training of Key-Co System project should have taken place in Palermo. Staff of partner organizations would have gathered in Sicily from Spain, Germany and Greece to take part in a very inspiring experience led by the members of Giocherenda, an artistic collective of young migrants come to Italy from Africa, and with the participation of Massimiliano Schirinzi, teacher at the University of Palermo.

The pandemic caused by COVID-19 forced us to change all plans and to postpone this training, but we think that behind this occurrence there is a hidden chance.

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| 12 May 2020
| by maria fabiani

The European Commission in collaboration with Città Metropolitana di Roma Capitale is developing a European Network of Cities for Apprenticeships.
This network aims to raise awareness on the role of the cities in supporting apprenticeships in collaboration with regional and national stakeholders, to become an advocacy platform, and to provide cities with information, training, and technical and policy assistance.

Thursday 2 July 2020, Malta

Responding to Covid-19: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of adult learners going online

This webinar will focus on the provision of remote distance learning by online means as a response to COVID-19 by Malta's largest provider of adult education - the Directorate for Lifelong Learning. What measures were taken to combat the disruption brought about by the closure of all educational institutions? How did the adult learners and educators respond to video-conferencing as an alternative to face-to-face instruction?

Moderator: Joseph Vancell
Guest speakers: Aleks Farrugia and Mahira Spiteri

Thursday 27 August 2020, Estonia

Koolitushooaja avaseminar: Kuidas läbi viia tulemuslikke veebikoolitusi?

Ka sel aastal koguneb Eesti Sisekoolituse Arendamise Liit traditsiooniliselt augustikuu teisel poolel, et üheskoos midagi põnevat õppida ja torti süües algavat koolitushooaega tervitada.

Virtuaalses ruumis saab sarnaselt füüsilise ruumiga teha nii huvitavat ja mõjusat koolitust kui ka igavat ja kuiva. Sel korral kuulemegi, kuidas kaasahaaravat e-koolitust ette valmistada ja läbi viia. Teeme ülevaate platvormidest ja tööriistadest ning harjutame põneva e-koolituse loomist.

09.30-10.00 Kogunemine ja tervituskohv

Saturday 28 November 2020, Turkey

6th International Congress on Education, Distance Education and Educational Technology- ICDET

ICDET Congress is supported by many universities and organizations and it has already formed a large, multi-national and friendly community of colleagues who would love to share ideas. ICDET invites you to submit proposals for papers, panels, best practices, roundtables, tutorials, posters/demonstrations and workshops.

Congress Language: Turkish and English

Tuesday 23 June 2020, Malta

Lesson study: A collaborative model for professional learning

This webinar will focus on lesson study as one model of professional learning. Participants will be presented with lesson study as a process for professional learning and then shown how the lesson study cycle engages educators in a collaborative inquiry involving planning, teaching and evaluating a research lesson.

Moderator: Michael Buhagiar
Guest speakers: James Calleja, Bethan Hindley, Randolph Peresso and Laura Formosa

Tuesday 23 June 2020, Germany

Gardeniser Pro Online-Plattform: Vorstellung

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Wir stellen die neue Online-Plattform gardeniser.eu vor, eine interaktive Plattform für die europaweite Vernetzung von Gartenprojekten und Expert*innen für Urban Gardening

Zur Teilnahme bitte hier registrieren:
https://uni-kassel.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkcuyspj4uEtTZG_tDbpamD7hG...

Tuesday 23 June 2020, Poland

Czego uczy nas kryzys o rynku szkoleniowym?

Program Digital Learning Drive tym razem w rozmowie z Piotrem Piaseckim - autorem książki "Sensotwórczość" oraz prezesem Polskiej Izby Firm Szkoleniowych - o badaniach i zmianach na rynku firm szkoleniowych.wynikających z sytuacji pandemicznej. 

Co pokazują badania zrealizowane przez PIFS dotyczące firm szkoleniowych w kryzysie?
W jakiej kondycji jest branża szkoleniowa gdy pył opada? Kto wyjdzie silniejszy, a kto tylko przetrwa? Czy klienci nadal będą oczekiwali takich samych usług szkoleniowych jak przed pandemią? 

18 June 2020
by Sławomir Łais
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| 30 May 2020
| by Esra Telli

The selection of resources and platforms that you will find here has been elaborated in order to facilitate the rapid identification of helpful technological solutions that could be used to support remote learning. The list provided here is not meant to be comprehensive, however, the selection has been driven by prioritizing resources and solutions that are free (or freemium), offline friendly or are available in more than one language (especially beyond, English).

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| 27 May 2020
| by İhsan Ulus

"With rapid changes in information and communication technologies, it is no longer sufficient for language teachers and pre-service teachers (PTs) to know how to use existing digital tools. They also need to be digitally literate in order to critically evaluate such tools and platforms for safe, wise, and productive use. Within a qualitative approach, this study investigated Turkish PTs’ conceptualisation of digital literacy. This included an exploration of how PTs defined this concept, what kind of tools they used, and for which purposes they preferred to use digital tools.

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| 21 May 2020
| by NSS UK

Created by the Department for Education, The Skills Toolkit is a new online learning platform to help boost skills while people are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is made up of free online courses, tools, and resources to help improve digital and numeracy skills. 

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| 11 May 2020
| by Sehnaz Baltaci ...

Time pressures often necessitate the use of more efficient exam tools, such as electronic exams (e-exams), instead of traditional paper exams. However, teachers may face challenges when introducing e-exams in a higher education context. This paper describes what kinds of challenges teachers may face when introducing e-exams, based on experiences in Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS) where e-exams have been used since 2012.