August 14, 2022

Erasmus+: the structured course for Bulgarian teachers on Google Workspace for Education and Interactive Teaching has just ended

Learning and enhancing the use of innovative teaching methods: this was the key objective of the European Erasmus+ KA1 project “Challenges for education – innovation, skills and efficiency”, which took place at Sistema Turismo, in Rimini.

Some Bulgarian teachers from the Vocationa Secondary School of Electrical Engineering and Electronic Lomonosov, attended the training course from remote on Google Workspace for Education tools. How to create and manage a digital classroom with Google Classroom, how to assign and carry out tasks made with Google Documents, Forms and Presentations, making them interactive and easy to correct, how to use the virtual whiteboard Jamborard: these are just some of the tools experienced to support and simplify their work.

And there was more: participants also attended another structured course on Interactive Teaching and Training Techniques Targeting Students’ Career Orientation, the methodology of actively involving students in the educational process.

To offer a 360-degree learning experience, vocational training was linked to the discovery of Emilia Romagna and its beauties, through a guided city tour of the Fellini city and San Marino.

See some pictures of the course here:

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