CPDLab course materials available
European Schoolnet together with its partners has developed three courses for secondary level teachers’ professional development in the digital age. The contents of the modular courses are now all complete and offered free of charge to be used by teacher training organisations and other training providers.
The courses, created within EC-funded CPDLab project, have been developed by four Ministries of Education, expert teachers and experienced teacher trainers. All the courses have run in summer 2013 and the feedback received from the participants has been very positive and encouraging indicating that there is a need for this kind of trainings. The three courses are:
Each of the courses consists of 7-10 modules that can be used independently and combined in different ways. This enables different learning pathways according to the need of different target groups.
The courses have been developed under the Creative Commons Attribution, Share Alike 3.0 Unported License, allowing commercial use. This flexible licence has been adopted to encourage take-up and use within existing course structures and materials used in training schools across Europe.
To download the materials, please go to the Future Classroom Lab website!
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The two-year CPDLab project, started in October 2011, aims to improve the quality of ICT-related Continuing Professional Development available to teachers, school leaders and other school staff and help schools become effective learning environments by offering a portfolio of training courses directly related to the needs of teachers in the future classroom.
The work presented on this website is partially supported by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme – project CPDLab: Continuing Professional Development Lab (Grant agreement 2011-3641/001-001). The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the consortium members and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission and the Commission is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.