Experts are more and more expected to use their skills to inspire others to participate in collaborative work. Facilitation in practice provides experts with the tools for developing their interaction, planning and implementation skills.
Developing teachers’ design for e-learning, and deepening their understanding of a collaborative, co-creative and active e-learning process. Becoming familiar with collaborative e-learning methods and environments.
Modules (each module is about 20 hours)
Developing design for e-learning perspective of active, collaborative and participatory pedagogy and methods
Collaboration and co-creation in action
Designing process for peer learning and organizing in practice
Becoming familiar with some pedagogical theories of e-learning
Getting to know multiple e-learning tools
Depending on the length of the education, the content can be tailored for different learning environments (e-learning, online learning, mobile learning, contact or blended learning) and different contexts.