The course will be offered in the form of online studies, including voluntary webinars. The studies have been scheduled, but are highly independent in nature. You will receive guidance in the form of weekly guidance messages. The learning assignments are learner and working life oriented, which means that you will make use of your existing competence in your own field. You will receive community-based feedback on some of your learning assignments. At the end of the course, you will receive a video-based, forward-looking summary feedback and evaluation from the instructor.
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- Top 100 Tools for Learning, https://www.toptools4learning.com/
19.01.2021 - 06.04.2021
In total, the course consists of 135 hours (5 x 27h) of students’ work.
The course will be offered as scheduled online implementation utilising various online tools and working methods. The amount of independent work ranges from 6 to 8 hours/week. The course consists of four parts. The study process in parts 1 to 3 is pre-scheduled and proceeds with a steady workload, so it is advisable for the student to schedule their study time in advance. Part 4 allows more time to be used in relation to the subject being studied to allow those willing to do so to test in their teaching practice the learning assignment/process they planned in the previous parts.
02.11.2020 - 30.11.2020
Voluntary online webinars:
- start webinar Thu 21.1.2021 14:00 - 15:30
- guidance clinic Thu 18.2.2021 10:00 - 11:00
0 - 5
The assessment is qualitative and is based on learning objectives. The methods for evaluation of the learning process are feedback and self-assessment. Competence assessment is based on criteria and the teacher educator makes the assessment decision once all the learning tasks have been completed. The assessment material consists of the learning tasks of the course and self-assessment tasks.
You will also receive community-based feedback on some of your learning assignments. At the end of the course, you will receive a video-based, forward-looking summary feedback and evaluation from the instructor.
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