REDRe-Evaluating Digital Technology to Enhance Learning 2018 – 2020 (2021) | KA2
What is the aim of the project?
Examine the effectiveness of the use of digital technologies. Not only a self evaluation of our digital maturity but also our response to the learning needs of students.
In many cases digital technology has been used to substitute the existing teaching tools. While there is nothing wrong with this as such it demotes digital technology's role in education to one of substitution for existing technology.
As educationalists we should be asking ourselves if we can get more from digital technology. How can digital technology be employed in a more productive way to enhance vocational learning.
In fact how can we harness the full potential of digital technology so that our students gain the maximum vocational educational benefit from its use.
Benefit of the project
The critical question we wish to answer is, how can we use that technology more effectively?
Critical examination of how digital technology is currently being used in vocational education
Give participating teachers the opportunity to examine in detail how they currently use digital technology in vocational education, question whether this use is educationally sound and work to develop a better strategy for digital technology use to enhance student learning
Investigate how students with difficulty can be helped by using digital technology to deliver course material targeted towards their stronger learning type
Partners in the project
vhs ARBERLAND, Regen, Germany Adult Education Center
Cork Education and Training Board, Cork, Ireland; College Coordinator
Haapsalu Kutsehariduskeskus, Uuemõisa, Estonia Educational centre – Vocational Training (secondary level)
Inspectoratul Scolar Judetean, Bacau, Romania School Inspectorate
IES Ribera del Tajo, Talavera de la Reina, Spain Educational centre – Vocational Training (secondary level)
Hasan Fatma Onal Anadolu Lisesi, Kusadasi Turkey High School