E-Learning: didactic models and strategies

FCE Europaclub 

  • Title: E-Learning: didactic models and strategies
IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TRAINING: (EN) – other language/s used during the training: German; Italian; Spanish
Preparation* “Sapienza” University / Rome. The course is planned for people interested in developing theoretical and practical knowledge and skills about e-learning didactic models and strategies. The knowledge how to work with a computer is required – but you do not need to be an informatics specialist, the course is manageable for everybody! The complete course lasts 25 hours.
The preparation work will be done on the e-learning platforms La “Sapienza” University of Rome. There, the course materials are provided. The participants will be able to access them by entering their personal password. They should start thematic discussions in the web forum of the platform with the help of a tutor. All participants will receive documents with basic definitions and descriptions for doing their preparation work.
Objectives* The main topic of the course concerns the development of a knowledge of the principal e-learning didactic models,  methods and techniques  and how to apply them in an e-learning courseware. You will learn the didactic use of the tools of an e-learning platform (i.e., for example, web forum, chat, virtual classroom, etc), and how to manage them to build cooperative didactic

You will produce didactical activities on a LCMS (such as opening of a web forum, activities of monitoring and evaluation of an e-course, etc.). One important issue of this course is to develop the knowledge and the skills to handle the didactic communication in an e-learning course.

Methodology* During the course participants attend classroom lessons containing practical exercises (and group work).
The course provides blended learning with content provided on an e-learning platform of the association
(mainly used for preparation work) and classroom-teaching (theory and tutored practical lessons). The
approach adopted in the training activities will be inherited by the so called “Social constructivist pedagogy”
(after Jean Piaget, Seymour Papert and after “social constructionism theories”) as described in the description
of the Moodle server accomplished by very straight classroom-teaching. Lessons are always assisted by
special trainers that are specialists in training as well as in creating multimedia and interactive content.
The access to the e-learning platform of the association during the preparation phase and afterwards offers a
special forum
– to exchange experiences or to ask questions to the tutors
– to maintain in contact with other participants
Follow-up* For all participants it is a good idea to stay in touch with their colleagues from the course and to build up
contacts with the teachers from other countries and regions. This includes
• access to the knowledge base of the association
• access to the WEB-Blog about “advanced training”
• a regularly newsletter system
– to exchange experience or to ask questions
– to stay in touch with other participants
Also the news forum will be used to exchange experience, to ask for solutions of posted problems.
PROGRAMME OF THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES (DAY BY DAY)
IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TRAINING: Travel day – participants’ arrival at – Sapienza – University Rome – 1st day: Welcome with all participants at “the Computer Lab / DIGILAB – Rome – Visit the Museum of the University, Brief information about the City, presentation of the participants, programs and the course trainers. 2nd day: DIGILAB “Sapienza” University; introduction to the principal e-learning theories, didactic models and strategies. 3rd day Introduction of the principal didactic tools of an e-learning platform: tools of communication synchronous (chat, web conference, virtual classroom, etc.), tools of communication asynchronous (web forum, etc.), tools for didactical evaluation . E-tivities: use of a tools of communication synchronous with the simulation of various didactical activities. Use of tools of communication asynchronous with the simulation of various didactical activities. Use of tools for didactical evaluation. 4th day. Introduction to models of interaction in  e-learning groups and communities, web writing principal techniques; e-tivities: simulation of typical situation (synchronous environments), simulation of typical situation (asynchronous environments), guided discussion about the simulations and web writing exercises. 5th day In-depth analysis of the models and the management  of interaction in e-learning communities and group. Analysis of a case study about e-learning community  management. E-activities: simulation of typical situation. Final assessment: produce a  report on some typical situations faced in the simulation.
Prof. Alberto Pigliacelli

  • Training course:
  • SESSION 1: 10 / 14 November 2014 (25 hours)
  • SESSION 2:  23 / 27 March 2015 (25 hours)
TEL NR: +39.06 49697041
FAX NR: +39. 06 4450740
EMAIL + info: europaclub.pigliacelli@gmail.com

Webmail + info: http://www.europaclub.it            /         www.europaclub.comphumanities.org

LIDS / DIGILAB  “Sapienza” Uni versity – Rome – IT –

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Teachers (Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs)
  • Teacher trainers
  • Careers officers, educational guides and counsellors
  • Inspectors
  • Headteachers/principals/managers of schools/organisations offering adult education
  • Other (Paid or voluntary) management staff in the institution/organisation
  • Non-teaching administrative staff
  • Members of students/teachers councils in adult educat

INSTITUTION ORGANISING THE TRAINING

  • NAME OF THE ORGANISATION: F.C. “Europaclub” LIDS “Sapienza” University – Roma
  • STREET AND NUMBER: V.F.Ferraironi, 45 – K10
  • POSTCODE: 00177 –
  • TOWN / CITY: Roma
  • COUNTRY: Italy
  • WEBSITE: http://www.europaclub.comphumanities.orgwww.europaclub.it
  • TRAINING COURSE: at “LIDS / DIGILAB “SAPIENZA” UNVIERSITY

ORGANISER/S OF THE TRAINING:

  • Training courses – INFO – How to apply?

You ask for a confirmation of the pre-registration (Organiser/s of the training). You get it from the promoter of the course, in this case it’s the “Europaclub at “Sapienza” University: Prof. Alberto Pigliacelli – President / Manager

“Sapienza” University of Rome                                  Certificate / Europass

Who we are:

The F.C. “EUROPACLUB Association has organized many european conferences  in order to  formalize the twin relationship among european cities, events concerning cultural themes, recreational, musical events and cooperation between local and regional Public Bodies. The Association has cooperated with other Associations: AICCRE and MFE (European Federalist Movement) on European themes for the diffusion of the Socrates/Comenius (1,2,3), Leonardo, Lingua,  exchange projects of students in the citizen schools and centralized projects with the University of Vienna and other European partners.. It has coordinated many Comenius, Grundtvig projects, Archeology, I.C.T. Art courses in public schools in Italy and and in many other countries in Europe.  In addition, the Cultural Association organizes since many years, in agreement with the University, training courses included in the database Comenius/Grundtvig, now Erasmus+,  at “Sapienza” University and  other Schools of Rome.


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