Outside-the-box informal learning through technology


DISCOVER A NEW WAY OF TEACHING USING TECHNOLOGY

Ed-Way "Education on the way: Introducing technology-enhanced informal learning" is a project financed from the European Union. Contact the SEPIE or the Erasmus+ website to get more information.

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ENROLL TO OUR FREE ONLINE COURSE AND LEARN HOW TO TEACH TAKING ADVANTAGE OF TECHNOLOGY

If you are a trainer, teacher, tutor or facilitator interested on using technology in your courses, in the Ed-Way project we can help you. We are currently offering an on-line course. Feel free to access learn on-line on following topics
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OVERVIEW OF THE ONLINE COURSE

Lesson 1: Awareness

Let's first introduce the capacity of the technology, used for our own…

Lesson 7: Adaptation

Now it is time to consider learning as an attitude. We want…

Lesson 2: Active learning

Learning is always active (otherwise it would not be learning), but we…

Lesson 3: Collaboration

On Adults and senior learners, collaborative activities are a good way of…

Lesson 4: Complex thinking

Does not matter which subject you are teaching; arts, history, society, sciences,…

Lesson 5: Networking

On the firsts learning units, we had a more directed teaching activity,…

Lesson 6: Creation

Now we focus on the capacity of creation, including creativity or the…
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ABOUT THE PROJECT

Ed-Way project is an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership of the European Union with reference 2015-1-ES01-KA204-016354. It will end in August 2017 and is coordinated by CIDET. Two are the main outcomes of the project:
  • A manual, that can be used by trainers, staff involved on education and institutions dealing with ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) teaching to adults.
  • An on-line course (and also face-to-face course, later to be offered as KA-1 course), where trainers, facilitators or other practitioners interested on the topics of the manual, can learn directly from us If you are interested, feel free to contact us: info@ed-way.eu


Ed-Way project is composed by following partners:
  • Centre for the innovation and development of education and technology (coordinator). Spain
  • Dublin City University. Ireland
  • Group for the european integration. Romania
  • Institute for Learning Innovations, Erlangen-Nuremberg University. Germany

Ed-Way book and course has been created with the collaboration of following partners: