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Virtual Stages Against Violence: Daphne Project - 0 views

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    New technologies are central to modern life and sensitive topics are often discussed on the internet rather than face to face. However, this could be potentially damaging, especially for young people. The European project Virtual Stages Against Violence (VSAV) discovers possible risks concerning the use of new technologies  and offers teaching and learning pathways for a sensible use of the internet and new technologies. The project has started in March 2011 and the project team has already developed innovative products for teachers, students, schools, youth organisations and so on.
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Web 2.0 ERC | Simplifying Web 2.0 Education - 0 views

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    The Web 2.0ERC European Union funded project is designed to help educators who find ICT confusing to have a simple and secure environment to use ICT in their work and in their classes.
    The project project has built a simple web platform that includes the most popular tools (Wikis, Blogs, communications, Social Networking etc.) with clear guides on:
    How to use the toolsHow they can be used in educationThe platform is currently undergoing final piloting and adjustments, and will be available soon.
    The project has also looked at other Web 2.0 tools that can be used to create content, share the content and communicate. Members of the Web2.0ERC Community of Practice have contributed to the repository of tools.All the work of the project has been piloted with the target groups of the project and the resources produced adapted based on the piloting.
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digital-earth.eu - 0 views

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    The digital-earth.eu project examines the use of geographic media in schools and teacher education. Geo-media is the visualisation of information from different media sources and is concerned with digital content and its processing based on place, position and location. Many geographic media are widely used for navigation and routing purposes. Cartographic communication has never been so easy to implement, therefore 21st century school education needs to include geo-media into daily work. Innovative approaches to teaching and learning are needed to study environments from local to global scale.
    The digital-earth.eu network links innovative centres around Europe where geo-media use is well developed. Products, resources, experiences and ideas are shared between the centres and opened to the public wherever possible.

    A digital-earth.eu infrastructure is under development. The European Centre and an accredited network of national and regional Centres of Excellence are developing an online catalogue of materials, courses, publications, links and good practice scenarios, and are publishing a series of core publications. 
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Nano-Tech Science Education (NTSE) Web Site - 1 views

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    NTS aims to use ICTs as a tool to make the learning of science subjects more attractive and accessible. The project target groups are students from the general and vocational schools aged 13 to 18; teachers in science subject,plus college & university students attending science education courses (prospective school teachers in sciences) The project will establish a Virtual Lab, as an experimental virtual aid to science learning. This will serve as a platform for science lessons, as a database of teaching materials and as a hub for science-learning-related graphic aids and recorded and illustrated appealing experiments on Nano-Tech. It will include a Nano-Science Center, presenting to learners and their in-service or future teachers the miracles of the nano-technologies. A program for a week Science Camp training including hands-on experiments and demonstrations will be developed and delivered through the VL, this is a good step as an approbation of the contents and functionalities of the virtual lab.
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VIDEO EDUCATION MEDIA EDUCATION AND LIFELONG LEARNING A EUROPEAN INSIGHT - 0 views

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    Book on Video Education in Europe
    The main aim of the viducate network is to promote video education across all educational sectors in Europe.
    To pursue this target the viducate network has produced the book Video Education, Media Education and Lifelong Learning. A European Insight. This publication includes conceptual ideas, an insight into European perspectives and a section with best practice examples pointing out how video education can be put into practice across different educational sectors.
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T3 - Teaching to Teach with Technology - 1 views

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    T3 goal is to develop and validate an innovative teaching program to promote the use of advanced learning technology by university teaching staff; secondary school teachers; trainers involved in VET. Key features of the program will include: theoretical classes discussing the features and advantages of the new technologies; practical workshops, in which learners (university teaching staff, teachers and trainers) simulate learning sessions and familiarize with technologies; project work, in which learners will prepare learning projects for use in their own classes, implement the project, and evaluate the results; joint assessment of the results by participants in the program.
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ProActive Fostering Teachers' Creativity through Game-based Learning - 0 views

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    ProActive will produce Guidelines on Creativity Enhanced by GBL and disseminate a database of learning games and related active learning culture within EU education.
    The main objectives of ProActive are:To stimulate the creativity of trainers working in LLP sub-programmes, developing a conceptual framework for integrating different learning metaphorsTo introduce innovative ICT-based experiences in teaching and training practice, adapting and enhancing the game editors, integrating five learning metaphorsTo implement co-design creativity sessions and pilot sites for addressing school, university and vocational education scenariosTo validate the proposed approach as a means of learning and evaluate its impact on teachers' creativity and students' outcomes.
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ICT4U-PROJECT - 0 views

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    The ICT4U-project aims to enable educators that want to have a more intensive use of ICT in their classroom. Today the students often have more knowledge about the latest tools and therefore there should be a 2-way exchange of knowledge. Moreover many tools exist and teachers do not have time nor expertise to identify the best solution for their needs.
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VLEs 4 VET Innovative Learning Platform for Vocational Education and Traning sector - 0 views

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    The aim of the project is to transfer positive experience and knowledge in the use of Learning Platforms by European Organisations into the Vocational Education and Training sector.
    Objectives: - Carry out a survey of Education Organizations in Europe to determine their needs, experiences and preferences regarding Learning Platforms/VLEs.
    - Advise and support the CDVEC in selecting an organisation wide VLE solution
    - Share experiences with the VET sector in Ireland and a wider audience in the EU
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elearningeuropa.info - 0 views

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    Learnovation addresses the needs and problems of the existing "eLearning vision" in Europe by adopting an iterative, open and reflexive approach that will first prepare, then openly discuss and finally target and tailor-disseminate a new articulated visio
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blearning | blearning | blearning - 0 views

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    Blended learning support portal is created within the framework of b-learning4all project, which is project funded with support from the European Commission - Education and Culture - under the LEONARDO DA VINCI Programme. b-learning4all is directed to te
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Handbook Innovative Information and Communication Technologies in Adult Education - 0 views

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    This book provides some theoretical background and practical guidelines for adult
    educators with a purpose to equip them for the challenges that they will face as roles change from
    "traditional teacher" to "technologically connected teacher". The tools pr
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