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Participants Evaluation M.

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Knowledge, skills and competencies
ICT Integration in teaching skills
develop the technical skills to incorporate any
technology in classes
be able to create active ICT learning
experiences that awaken motivation and
participation of students during lessons
know and be able to use a wide range of ICT
tools aimed at designing interesting didactic
materials
be able to use different methods of
implementing creative and new ICT solution
in their professional life
be able to unblock patterns of thinking which
we use on a daily basis
be able to change their habitual strategies of
work and class preparation system
become better equipped to integrate ICT
principles and methodology in lesson
programmes
share examples of good practice via contact
with other European teachers
provide an enhanced European dimension to
their school by means of linking their
students and schools with other schools all
over Europe, by establishing future
partnerships
Moodle e learning platform skills
Understand the importance of current elearning and blended learning trends in
education
Understand the main characteristics of
Moodle as a software for the creation of
online courses
Set up and use their own Moodle course
Navigate through a course and customize it
with different blocks and sections
Create different types of learning activities
and use them according to the desired
learning outcomes
Provide feedback for students work and
grade assignments

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I. Koloutsos
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Create individual itineraries by restricting


access to activities based upon conditions
such as date, grades, performance, etc
Create their own resources in Moodle and
incorporate other external resources from the
Internet
Comply with copyright laws when using
external materials for your courses
Enrol their students in a Moodle course
Monitor their students performance
throughout the course
Set up grading scales and configure the
course grades policy
Backup, restore and reset a Moodle course
develop learning communities in their sector
via collaborative tools of the Moodle elearning platform
2. Linguistic knowledge and skills
Improve Spanish/English communication and
listening skills
Improve the ability to use English and
Spanish sectorial language
3. Country culture knowledge and skills
Get to know the culture and tradition of the
region
4. Intercultural skills
Seeing, understanding and embracing
cultural differences
Recognizing and adjusting when being
motivated by different cultural values
Being respectful and showing empathy for
people from culturally-different backgrounds
Working effectively in diverse teams
Listening and observing different modes of
interaction
Communicating effectively in a multilingual
environment
Being able to establish rapport quickly
Adapting to new conditions without judgment
Tolerating ambiguity and coping with
adversity
5. IT skills

Communicating effectively in a social media


group
Uploading files in a social media group
Uploading and sharing files via dropbox
Editing and writing a blog post
Administrating a social media page
Using effectively hashtags
Creating and using a twitter account
Creating and using a skype account
Creating a EUROPASS CV
Creating a EUROPASS European Skills
passport
Creating a EUROPASS Language Passport
6. Personal development
Improve their confidence
Be aware of ones own cultural values (selfawareness)
Boost their morale
Become
open
minded
Considermore
working
abroad
as a realistic option

Koloutsos I. Nikiforidis A. Andrakaki D. Andreadou


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. Andreadou V. Kaloydiotis
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Participants Evaluation
Knowledge, skills and competencies
ICT Integration in teaching skills
develop the technical skills to incorporate any
technology in classes
be able to create active ICT learning
experiences that awaken motivation and
participation of students during lessons
know and be able to use a wide range of ICT
tools aimed at designing interesting didactic
materials
be able to use different methods of
implementing creative and new ICT solution
in their professional life
be able to unblock patterns of thinking which
we use on a daily basis
be able to change their habitual strategies of
work and class preparation system
become better equipped to integrate ICT
principles and methodology in lesson
programmes
share examples of good practice via contact
with other European teachers
provide an enhanced European dimension to
their school by means of linking their
students and schools with other schools all
over Europe, by establishing future
partnerships
Moodle e learning platform skills
Understand the importance of current elearning and blended learning trends in
education
Understand the main characteristics of
Moodle as a software for the creation of
online courses
Set up and use their own Moodle course
Navigate through a course and customize it
with different blocks and sections
Create different types of learning activities
and use them according to the desired
learning outcomes
Provide feedback for students work and
grade assignments

C. Kyriazi
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After

Create individual itineraries by restricting


access to activities based upon conditions
such as date, grades, performance, etc
Create their own resources in Moodle and
incorporate other external resources from the
Internet
Comply with copyright laws when using
external materials for your courses
Enrol their students in a Moodle course
Monitor their students performance
throughout the course
Set up grading scales and configure the
course grades policy
Backup, restore and reset a Moodle course
develop learning communities in their sector
via collaborative tools of the Moodle elearning platform
2. Linguistic knowledge and skills
Improve Spanish/English communication and
listening skills
Improve the ability to use English and
Spanish sectorial language
3. Country culture knowledge and skills
Get to know the culture and tradition of the
region
4. Intercultural skills
Seeing, understanding and embracing
cultural differences
Recognizing and adjusting when being
motivated by different cultural values
Being respectful and showing empathy for
people from culturally-different backgrounds
Working effectively in diverse teams
Listening and observing different modes of
interaction
Communicating effectively in a multilingual
environment
Being able to establish rapport quickly
Adapting to new conditions without judgment
Tolerating ambiguity and coping with
adversity
5. IT skills

Communicating effectively in a social media


group
Uploading files in a social media group
Uploading and sharing files via dropbox
Editing and writing a blog post
Administrating a social media page
Using effectively hashtags
Creating and using a twitter account
Creating and using a skype account
Creating a EUROPASS CV
Creating a EUROPASS European Skills
passport
Creating a EUROPASS Language Passport
6. Personal development
Improve their confidence
Be aware of ones own cultural values (selfawareness)
Boost their morale
Become
open
minded
Considermore
working
abroad
as a realistic option

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D. Oikonomou Anagnostopoulos A. Andreoudi
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Kostogianni
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D. Langousis
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Learning Activities
Tasks of the trainee:

Introduction to the course. Expected learning outcom

Day 1

E-learning and blended learning: definition, charact


trends.
Why Moodle? Advantages of the Moodle LMS
INTRODUCTION TO ETypes of Moodle courses. Basic setup of a course.
LEARNING AND BLENDED
LEARNING. NAVIGATING
Navigation in Moodle: teachers and students mode
THROUGH A MOODLE COURSE Blocks and sections in a course: types and functions

Day 2

MOODLE ACTIVITIES (1)

Day 3

MOODLE ACTIVITIES (2)

Day 4

MOODLE RESOURCES

Day 5

EVALUATION IN MOODLE.
MANAGING A COURSE

Day 6

WORKSHOP

Day 7

FINAL EVALUATION

Activities and resources in Moodle: whats the differ


choose?
Practice: setting up a Moodle course.
Types of activities in Moodle.
Choosing the right activity for each learning outcom
Communication activities: forums, chats, surveys (c
Practice: adding communication activities to your M
Collaborative activities: wikis, workshops, database
Individual activities: assignments, lessons, quizzes,
Practice: adding collaborative and individual activiti
Types of resources.
Teachers resources: labels, books, files, folders, con
pages.
External resources: external links and embedded m
Copyright and the use of external resources.
Practice: adding internal and external resources to y
Enrolling options.
Grading: how to set up scales
Grading: how to set up the course grades.
Monitoring students work. The use of reports in Moo
Course administration: course backup and restore
Course administration: resetting a course for a new
Practice: backing up a course.

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Presentation of the workshop results.
Summary
Final Monitoring & Evaluation

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Learning Outcomes
Learning outcomes acquired by the trainee:

competencies for improving the quality of training and activities for the benefit of students
competencies for strengthening social cohesion in Europe
competencies for the exchange of best practices
competencies for personal development by managing their own learning
competencies for achieving changes through modernization and international openness in the sch
competencies for achieving changes through modernization and international openness in the scho
competencies for ensuring the quality of a project
contributing to the creation of a new open-minded and all-inclusive school
increased motivation for professional development
be able to effectively support for students development process
competencies for keeping abreast of the times
understand the main characteristics of Moodle as a software for online courses creation.
acquire the technical vocabulary connected with distance learning in general and Moodle in particu
understand different types of blocks that exist on Moodle and their configuration within a course.

understand and correctly use resources and activities which you can create on Moodle. Distinguish
are the most adequate in every learning circumstance.
understand and correctly use the evaluation tools incorporated by Moodle.
understand the features of the various types of courses which can be created through Moodle.
understand the main free software applications which can be used for implementing other types of
Moodle courses.
understand the specificities of a tutor role within online courses as well as similarities and differenc
face-to-face learning environment.

understand all possibilities that Moodle offers teachers in terms of correcting and administering a c
put acquired knowledge into a practice through delivery a course in the virtual classroom.

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