Digitalization of Training Contents for Middle School
EU-Programme: Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships for School Education
Coordination: GOI (Turkey)
Duration: June 2021 – May 2023
The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting heavily on education and training systems. In highly difficult circumstances, it has accelerated the digital transformation and triggered rapid, largescale change. In this context, digital competence should be a core skill for all educators and training staff and should be embedded in all areas of teacher professional development, including initial teacher education. The Digitools project aims to develop the competencies and capacities of all stakeholders in education, students, parents, teachers and school leaders.
With these purposes, we will develop 4 intellectual outputs:
IO.1 My Digital Class.
IO.2 Assessment and Evaluation Compass.
IO.3Teachers As Mentors Guidebook.
IO.4 White Paper: Recommendations for Capacity Building in Digital Education.
With the products developed in the Digitools project:
-Skills and competences of teachers to design and deliver digital training who teach Science, Mathematics and English at middle level will be developed. They will be provided readymade digital training materials, digital assessment tools for the selected classes.
-Digital mentoring skills of teachers will be developed to motivate their students to learn in digital education.
-Students studying at grade 1 in middle schools (age 11-14) will be provided digital training for Science, Mathematics and English classes and a platform based on gamification and that they can reach their classes everywhere. Their skills to learn digitally will be improved.
-Training organisations, institutions, and decision makers will be provided recommendations on how to promote digitalization in their organisations..
-Parents will be provided a roadmap on how to contribute to the learning of their children.
Project Nº 2020-1-TR01-KA226-SCH-098485
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.