ICE participates in the first three-day teacher training program as part of the Citizen 2.1. international project
The first three-day teacher training program, part of the Citizen 2.1. project financed by EU’s Erasmus+ program, will take place January 19–21. The five-day training program was planned to take place in Besançon in France, however, due to the pandemic, it will be held online. Over the course of three days, experts in digital education from France, Belgium, Germany and Serbia will exchange their experiences. On behalf of Serbia, project experts from ICE’s Project Center will be the only representatives from the Balkans. You can see the program of the event HERE.
Day one: Digital educational tools and training for project participants
The first day of training will focus on digital educational tools and training. The participants will have the opportunity to see videos on the French digital education system and the best practices in professional education and training.
The project Silva Numerica – Learning About Forests Through Simulation will also be presented on the first day. The project responds to educational and professional development needs by creating a VR platform for complex system learning applied to a forest environment. The project includes a virtual educational environment that simulates a forest (type, topography). In addition, a student web radio project developed by the Lycée Diderot will be presented.
Day two: A different perspective for “my” class
The participants will explore digital practices in tech education, experience an example of a flipped classroom in the Vauban high school, and attend presentations on the Walter platform and a VR simulator for agricultural equipment.
Day three: Improving the digital skills of trainers
The participants will attend a presentation on the Pix platform for the certification of digital skills of teachers and educators, AI training on the M @ gistere platform, and a presentation on Pause numérique – Digital Break by the Camille Claudel high school which will introduce the device designed to help teachers integrate digital technologies. This is primarily a question of a non-formal exchange between colleagues regarding different digital topics.
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