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"Η διδασκαλία στην ψηφιακή εποχή: διαμορφώνοντας μικρούς ευρωπαίους ερευνητές".
Date du début: 15 oct. 2015, Date de fin: 14 oct. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Our school, the 2nd Senior Highschool (2o Geniko Lykeio) of Orestiada identified the need to further apply the use of New Technologies and Digital Tools and to adopt innovative methods of teaching, through the use of the following needs analysis tools: the ODS-ISE e-maturity test, structured interviews of teachers participating in European projects such as etwinning and ODS, a needs-analysis students’ questionnaire. The proposed project entitled “Learning in a Digital Era: teaching young European Researchers” covers a two-year span (01/06/2015 – 31/05/2017) and its long term outcomes are the positive and long-lasting effects on the trainees and the school teachers and students through the improvement of IT skills, the creation of digital tools, the active participation of the students in the learning procedure, the school’s increased cooperation and internationalization. The above will be realized with the voluntary participation of 5 trainees, teachers of our school who teach different lessons and have active participation in European projects, such as etwinning and ODS. They will be mentors for their colleagues and will disseminate knowledge and good practices. The two mobility actions are entitled “ICT in teaching” and “ICT and free web tools”. They are run by organizations who offer seminars of in-service training and are supervised by the Ministry of Education of Czech Republic and Portugal respectively. In those in-service training seminars last 5 days each and provide training on the following areas. ICT in classroom - ICT usage in classroom - Current Internet trends and their in-class application - Introducing motivation and creative thinking through ICT for students - Exchanging experiences and good practices among colleagues from different countries, develop of benchmark good techniques ICT and free web tools - Application of Google tools, free WEB 2.0 tools, Moodle platform in classroom - Using and applying multimedia pedagogical objects - Encouraging the sharing of points of view and participation in the free software associations, share experiences and develop projects by web networking The methodology adopted will focus on active, cooperative, hands-on approach. The trainees will be given theoretical information needed to effectively implement and share their own e-learning solutions. There will also be application of existing IT and free Web tools and multimedia and creation of new learning activities based on the above. There will be field work, for the application of the skills they will be trained on. These courses also focus on critical analysis and evaluation with forms filled by trainees and trainers. The desired outcomes involve the continuous involvement and active participation of the trainees into the learning procedure with the meaningful use of ICT tools and the dissemination of their acquired skills and knowledge through seminars, blog posts, newspaper and/or online articles and presentations, Mass Media interviews. They will closely work with the school advisors to organize in-service seminars for their colleagues, will promote and reinforce existing cooperation with museums and universities, and will post and share good practices through such platforms as etwinning and ODS-ISE, so as to ensure the sustainability of the results. It is our belief, that the above learning outcomes will in the long term benefit the trainees and their colleagues both in local and international level, those organizations, museums and university schools that cooperate with our school, and above all our students offering them the chance and the skills to investigate, to create, to be actively involved in learning and to cooperate in a European educational context, so as to successfully form a common European future.