Integrating E-Learning and Open Educational Resources into Classroom, Erasmus+ KA201 project

Zdravev, Zoran and Stojanovic, Igor and Krstev, Aleksandar and Mileva, Aleksandra and Delipetrev, Blagoj and Zlatkovski, Vasko and Kosturanova, Biljana and Spasov, Stojance and Bogatinov, Goce (2015) Integrating E-Learning and Open Educational Resources into Classroom, Erasmus+ KA201 project. [Project]

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Abstract

In the last decade great efforts have been made to integrate ICT in the educational process. But it has not been carried out with the desired dynamics. The most important reasons for that include: lack of digital learning content, insufficient training of teachers and lack of desire and motivation to follow and use the latest technologies and methodologies for e-learning. Besides these, the lack of time for preparation and application of these technologies in the classroom has been pointed out. The aim of the project is to increase the human capacity in high schools that will work on the integration of ICT in teaching through the application of technologies for e-learning and through creation of digital content for education in the form of online OERs. This project will be carried out by 6 partner organizations of which two are universities (UGD and TUS) that possess substantial expertise in the fields of ICT and E-Learning utilization it the educational process. The other 4 partners are Highs Schools in 3 different countries and have some experiences in e-learning but lack the resources and the knowledge to advance to higher levels and cope with the fast change. The project will provide training for the creation of digital content and the integration of ICT in teaching that is designed for a critical number of teachers from each partner organization. Creation of a critical number of digital content (OER) for teaching that will be used by all partner organizations and the wider community of teachers is also foreseen with the project. There are four (4 ) trainings – workshops planed. These trainings will help teacher to improve skills and competences for usage of ICT in the educational process and will also help them learn to develop digital educational content in form of OERs. These training will be helped and enforced by the planed Intellectual Outputs of the project that include: analyses, recommendations, tutorials for e- Learning and OER creation and also developed several OERs. The expected main outcomes of this project refer to the development of the competences of the teaching staff to design and manage with OER. We also expect increasing and expanding of the cooperation with the schools in the region and Europe through creation of an OER exchange net. We expect at least 30 teachers to undergo the training and to develop OERs to deliver at least three common subjects. Besides teachers, students who will use these OERs will benefit from the project. Having in mind the accumulated experience and expertise in the participating partners, their previous collaboration, the systematic approach and the vigorous project methodology we believe that the successful implementation of this project will have adequate and long term impact: teachers will receive increased competencies and skills through training; schools will receive advanced teaching methodology and students will be able to use directly lessons that will be more contemporary and easier to use. And yet this project would just be a solid base for further growth of the interactive, modern and transnational knowledge base in form of OERs available worldwide.

Item Type: Project
Subjects: Natural sciences > Computer and information sciences
Social Sciences > Educational sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science
Depositing User: Zoran Zdravev
Date Deposited: 20 Jan 2016 10:48
Last Modified: 20 Jan 2016 10:48
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/14876

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