👉 The short-term staff training (C1) of the European Erasmus+ SCHOOL project “MELDE – Media Literacy in the Digitalised Era: Supporting teachers through a whole-school approach” was held online between the 16th and 18th of November and was completed with great success! The participants had the opportunity to get informed about the project, its professional development course for secondary school teachers – learning modules, the eLearning platform as well as its functionalities and an open discussion about ‘Technology and education in the COVID-19 era’.
✅On the first day of the C1 training the coordinator of the project (University of Wolverhampton) presented a brief overview of the project’s purpose and aims and then N.C.S.R. Demokritos presented an introduction to the e-learning platform (http://melde.iit.demokritos.gr/).
✅On the second day of the C1 training three learning modules were presented Module 1 – Digital Teaching nad Learning by University of Wolverhampton, Module 2 – Communication and Collaboration by Emphasys Centre and Bennohaus and Module 3 – Digital Content Creation by Antenna.
✅On the third day of the C1 training one learning module was presented Module 4: E-Safety by N.C.S.R. Demokritos and Bennohaus. At the end of the training, participants had an interesting and detailed discussion for the importance of technology and the changes it brought to education in the COVID-19 era.
👏 A big thank you to the coordinator of the project University of Wolverhampton (UK), as well as our partners ANTENNA (Cyprus), NCSR “DEMOKRITOS” (Greece), and Bennohaus (Germany) for the great cooperation and training.
ℹ️ For more information, check out the website of the project: http://meldeproject.eu/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/meldeeu/