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Learning outcomes of the course
The purpose of the course
During this course, you will complete various working life oriented and participatory learning assignments and learn how to plan, build and guide varied learning processes in which the web is utilised in a way suitable for the purpose.
You will learn to draw up a pedagogical manuscript for the learning process. You will expand your learning environment thinking by utilising different ICT opportunities (software, online services, devices and tools) at different stages of the learning assignment. You will learn to summarise the learning process into a task assignment.
In this course you will develop your facilitating learning skills, reflection skills and developmental skills.
Facilitating learning skills consists of:
- Teachers’ theoretical and philosophical understanding of learning.
- Ability to plan, implement and assess meaningful learning processes.
- Take into consideration the diversity of learners.
Reflection skills means
- Teachers’ ability to recognise and critically assess their values, attitudes, ethical principles and work methods as a facilitator of learning.
Developmental skills refers to:
- Teachers’ ability to further develop their own and their organisation’s practices in collaboration with others.
- The ability to develop VET learning, working life and entrepreneurship at the regional, national and international levels by working in partner networks.
The learning objectives of the course
You are familiar with different working life oriented and participatory methods and recognise their importance as part of the learning process. You are able to plan, build, guide and evaluate the learning processes that you have prepared in your teaching. You are able to pedagogically substantiate the learning assignments you have prepared and select a suitable ICT environment for completing the assignment.
This course consists of 4 parts.
In part 1, you will become familiar with different types of learning assignments and learn to recognise the elements of a good learning assignment.
In part 2, you will learn to plan learning assignments / a learning process by taking into account aspects such as the learning objectives and the learner’s point of view.
In part 3, you will build the learning assignment/process that you have previously planned. You will gain knowledge about different kinds of digital applications and environments and will be able to incorporate them in a substantiated manner in the learning assignment or process that you have planned.
In part 4, you will implement the learning assignment/process that you have previously built. Alternatively, you will study in depth the assignments/processes built by your peers and provide constructive feedback on them.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basic skills for e-learning
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
The criteria for assessing the approved level are as follows
Facilitating learning skills:
- You are familiar with different working life oriented and participatory methods and recognise their importance as part of the learning process.
- You are able to plan, build, guide and evaluate the learning processes that you have prepared in your teaching.
- You are able to pedagogically substantiate the learning assignments you have prepared and select a suitable ICT environment for completing the assignment.
- You are able to reflect upon your learning assignments and your own learning.
- You are able to further develop the learning process you have planned based on the peer feedback you have received.
- You are capable of utilising learning assignment templates when planning new learning assignments.