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#EPALE Webinar Series in Malta (II)

26/06/2020
door Mahira Spiteri
Taal: EN

The Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Employability in collaboration with the Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills is pleased to present the second webinar series based on selected topics by EPALE Ambassadors in Malta to support educators and adult learning professionals to harness the potential of education, training and technology. Four EPALE ambassadors in Malta will hold a webinar on a specific topic as per below list. 

 

 

Each webinar will last one hour and include an opportunity for Q&A. Details on how to access each individual session will be sent by email to each registered participant. A certificate of attendance will be issued to all particpants.

The webinars will cover various topics related to education, training and technology. They will be of interest to educators and adult learning professionals. If you are an educator, an adult learning professional or interested in adult education you are welcome to participate in the webinars. You need to register for every webinar by completing the online form: https://bit.ly/2Yxhvx7



7th July at 10:00hrs: Mr Ramon Mangion
Introduction to EPALE and Good Practice Examples

 

During this webinar, participants will be introduced to EPALE, the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe. Furthermore different good practice case examples will be presented, thus highlighting practical examples of how users can engage with the platform on a regular basis. This webinar is aimed at both new users and existing users. Participants will also be encouraged to contribute by mentioning good practices from their work or how they can see EPALE being used in their current role. Register: https://bit.ly/2Yxhvx7

 

8th July at 10:00hrs: Dr Vincent Caruana
Successful Mentoring and Education for Sustainable Development

 

This webinar is divided into two parts. The first part gives practical tips on the art of mentoring and on how we can use our time, skills and insights to mentor and support each other. The second part is a short practical exercise in which we mentor each other online. The focus of this mentoring session will be on integrating sustainability in our education work. Register: https://bit.ly/2Yxhvx7

 

9th July at 10:00hrs: Dr Maria Cutajar
A digital dimension to learning: older adult learners' evaluation

 

During this webinar we will look at the digital learning experiences of adult students from their perspective. The students see both opportunities and challenges. These opportunities and challenges from the students' perspective will be discussed as a means for informing set design, epistemic design and social design of future technology enhanced/mediated learning. Register: https://bit.ly/2Yxhvx7


28th July 2020 at 10:00hrs: Mr James Callus
Active Learning - new opportunities in the teaching and learning process

 

This webinar will explore future learning scenarios focusing on active learning. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss different implementation strategies how this concept can be applied in an online setting. Register: https://bit.ly/2Yxhvx7

 


30th July 2020 at 17:00hrs: Dr Joseph Vancell 
Digital remote education for adult learners: the way forward

 

The remote online delivery of courses, once feared and often despised by formal and informal educational institutions, including further education providers and traditional universities, were the lifeline for many adult educators and learning. Remote digital education is here to stay. Online teachers and learners have discovered the advantages of this kind of education, particularly for working adults and housebound citizens, including its flexibility, self-paced structure and accessibility. However, they have also discovered its disadvantages, including the design of online programmes which cannot be simply transferred from classroom to the online dimension, isolation and lack of physical cues. This webinar will thereby continue the discussion about digital remote learning with a particular focus on the benefits and challenges of this new ‘normal’ mode of teaching and learning, and the way forward for creating meaningful and successful courses for adults. Register: https://bit.ly/2Yxhvx7

 

For more information on the EPALE webinar series visit our facebook pages: 

Digital Education in Malta and Adult Learning in Malta

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