November 29, 2021

“Virtual Classroom”: Erasmus + training course for four teachers from Bulgaria has been successfully completed

The training course “BIG BLUE BUTTON AND G SUITE TO IMPROVE DIGITAL LEARNING” of the Erasmus + KA1 “Virtual classroom” project was held a few days ago at the ETN headquarters in Potenza.


Sistema Turismo, in collaboration with Axonforce, has created this course to provide those who work in the school envornment with the computer skills necessary to increase their performance, integrate digital tools in their daily work and apply an innovative teaching model.
Four teachers of the “VOCATIONAL SCHOOL OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS” of Sofia have explored the theme of digital learning, through the knowledge and experimentation of Google apps. In fact, during the lessons, led by Google Educator Mariassunta Telesca, they learned to create a virtual classroom, to use the main Google tools for school and to choose the right ones to achieve their goal: Classroom, Drive, Gmail, Google Docs , Forms, Slides, Meet, Jamboard are just some of the tools tested to support and simplify the daily work.


Furthermore, the discovery of the Lucania territory was also connected to professional training, through a series of cultural activities in Potenza and in the main sites of the Region and Southern Italy, to offer the best learning experience possible. According to this mission, our agencies are a real gateway to learning, where it is possible to link organizations and individuals needs with the know-how and social life of the territory.


Here you can find some pictures from the course!

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