EU-TeachPaaS Certification Centre

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Learning outcomes:

  • Familiarity with operating and maximising the efficiency use of online learning environments
    • Understanding of these tools during synchronous and asynchronous education
    • Familiarity with cybersecurity elements for digital safety in online education
  • Professional development skills in online education
    • How to stay self-motivated, well-organised and boost time-management skills in order to keep up with the course
    • How to develop active learning skills
  • Personal development and psychological wellbeing skills:
    • How to take ownership on students' own development path in absence of actual tutor-guidance
    • How to fight the sense of isolation
    • How to responsibly use technology and ensure comfort, safety and healthy learning environments
    • How to better foster connectionism and constructivism with teachers/trainers
  • Relearning" how to learn:
    • Properly engaging with online education
    • Digital group work, eLibraries, cloud-services for collaboration and storage, digitalisation of educational products and assessments
    • Online networking and communication skills, engagement with virtual models/replicas
    • Familiarity with open science for access to data

Target groups:

  • University students (undergraduate and postgraduate)

Training material:

Learning outcomes:

  • Professional engagement
    • Integration and use of intra and extra-organisation communication tools
    • Ability to engage with "teacher-sourcing" platforms for content development and achieve universal OERs
    • Ability to utilise digital education analytics to support constant pedagogical innovation and self-development
  • Digital resources
    • Adoption of behavioural (neuroscience-proved) mechanisms to remove university lecturers' bias against online education delivery and fear of technological use
    • Teaching & training: understanding where to find digital resources -OERs
    • Research and case studies
    • Understanding IPR elements related to digital resources
    • Ability to perform crowd-rating exercises
    • Ability to adapt international best practices
    • Quality assurance for OERs
  • Teaching and learning
    • Agile synchronous and asynchronous teaching methods
    • Facilitate learner collaboration and group meetings
    • Provide solutions for learners to monitor and improve their learning outcomes
    • Experimentation of cutting-edge solutions
    • Facilitation of "Online Erasmus+" mobility concepts
  • Assessment
    • Adapt assessment methods
    • Improve feedback mechanisms to better support learners
    • Facilitate innovative assessment
  • Empowering learners
    • Adoption of behavioural (neuroscience-proved) approaches to foster connectionism and constructivism and strategies for developing personalised online educatio
    • Foster accessibility and inclusion for all learners
    • Utilise digital technologies within pedagogic strategies
    • Help female learners enhance their digital skills and abilities

Target groups:

  • University lecturers

Training material:

Learning outcomes:

  • Micro-crash-course for building digital skills for university administrators
    • Provision of insights for the basic ICT skills required by university admins
    • Training on how to utilise and adapt digital readiness assessment tools for higher education
    • Specific solutions case studies
    • Solutions for administrators to reward and incentivise excellence in online education
  • Online/Digital education analytics incorporation strategy
    • Provision of indicators for digital education monitoring
    • Understanding open science and the necessity of opening up online analytics data
    • Understanding the expected benefits of analytics
    • Concrete solutions
  • Recommendations on upgrading quality assurance standards to foster online education
    • Provision of additional quality assurance indicators and metric to complement existing mechanisms and encompass strategies to measure the specificity of online education
  • Online education marketing strategy in order to promote the benefit and necessity of online education

Target groups:

University units/departments in charge of quality assurance

Training material:

Instructions:

  • Download the zip material on your computer.
  • Unzip it and you will find the certification/assessment material.
  • Complete all the files and create a new zip file with them.
  • Finally, fill in the form and upload your zip file.

Download certification assessment material:

Upload filled certification assessment material:

Instructions:

  • Download the zip material on your computer.
  • Unzip it and you will find the certification/assessment material.
  • Complete all the files and create a new zip file with them.
  • Finally, fill in the form and upload your zip file.

Download certification assessment material:

Upload filled certification assessment material:

Instructions:

  • Download the zip material on your computer.
  • Unzip it and you will find the certification/assessment material.
  • Complete all the files and create a new zip file with them.
  • Finally, fill in the form and upload your zip file.

Download certification assessment material:

Upload filled certification assessment material:

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