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"Online courses for the Continuous Professional Development
Transcript of "Online courses for the Continuous Professional Development
by Tatiana Popa, MA
Courses on www.coursera.org
Learning Events on www.etwinning.net
Other online courses
"Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies For Your Classroom"
Jul 29th 2013- Sept 4 2013
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
"Foundations of Virtual Instruction"
Sep 30th 2013 - Nov 3 2013
University of California, Irvine
Emerging Trends & Technologies in the Virtual K-12 Classroom
Nov 11th 2013- Dec 19 2014
University of California, Irvine
"The pedagogical Value of eTwinning Projects"
Feb 28 2013 - Mar 9 2013
It's in this course where I studied about a myriad of online tools to be used din class, from problem-solving tools, tools for brainstorming, blogging, making infographics, real-time collaboration boards, making portfolios, rubrics, polling and assessment. I took part in webinars and wrote on forums.
Besides learning, I interacted with teachers across Europe, made new friends and really had fun!
19-28 Sept 2013
A course in form of a plane flight entitled "Wings of eTwinning", with 200 teachers from Europe aboard, all enthusiastic and ready to learn. It refers to 'Education 3.0': there where the line between teachers and students is blurred, where we are all learners, discoverers of information, producers of new content and creators of new knowledge. The moderators wanted teachers and students alike to use and reuse all the available resources and to reshape them as they think fits the new ways of learning. In other words, they want us, teachers, to remodel and remake the internet in a way that empowers them to become successful for the world they live in. Thus, we learned how to use online tools, their purpose and possible outcomes in class.
eTwinning Groups are private platforms for eTwinners to discuss and work together on a specific topic or theme. Moderated by an experienced eTwinner, each Group sets out activities and tasks for teachers to do and discuss. Topics vary from languages teaching and collaborative writing to experimental sciences. The aim is for eTwinners to share practice examples, discuss teaching and learning methodologies and find support for professional development.
eTwinning Webinars are an opportunity for eTwinners to become involved in Continuing Professional Development online.
The webinars combine live communication sessions with some offline activities in the Learning Lab. You have the chance to learn, talk and discuss about several themes.
Some of the webinars are open to everybody, and some just to eTwinning teachers and you have to apply to participate.
Day 1 – Introduction to the topic and some related references
Day 2 – Synchronous Live session
Day 2, 3, 4 – Ongoing discussion in the webinar linked community
Day 5 – General synchronous discussion to review the topic, reflection on relevant points from the discussion and sharing experiences. Examples: Introduction to eT and its opportunities;
Introduction to project and inquiry-based learning; Searching for partners in eT; eTand 21st century skills,etc.
Courses on www.iteach.ro (in Romanian)
-Introduction to eTwinning;
-eTwinning: international projects for educational collaboration;
- Intel Teach Elements: Computer-Assisted Learning(containing 3 courses in it); etc.
Total of 9 courses at the moment.
Different online Professional Development Courses, available on the platform. You need a confirmation/recommendation from the country coordinator.
To sum up,
a course about inquiry-based learning, about how to make use of art in the classroom in order to engage your students
('Classroom Confidential' - "The 12 secrets of Great Teachers)
Beginning with the History of Virtual Instruction, continuing with types of synchronous and asynchronous technologies, how the transition from the classroom to the Virtual environment takes place, who can have access to virtual instruction and where to get funds from, and finishing with what the Future of the Virtual Instruction may be- all in one single course!
A course about the role of technology in the classroom, about emerging trends and technologies in the virtual classroom, referring to
social learning, game-based learning
, about how to utilize
: from e-books to learning object repositories, and the role of
s in virtual school education.
Courses on www.iearn.org
Electronic Village Online (EVO)
For five weeks in January and February, TESOL experts and participants from around the world engage in collaborative online discussions or hands-on virtual workshops of professional and scholarly benefit.
Facebook groups: EU Educators, TOEFL in MD, eTwinning Moldova/Romania, etc.
G+ communities: Connected Classrooms, Computer-Using Educators, etc