The second meeting of the ERASMUS + project “Teaching for the future” was organised online the 8th October 2020.
Unfortunately, it was not possible to meet in real in Vienna but partners managed to exchange and move forward thanks to an online meeting!
Partners from 5 different countries (France, Italy, Austria Slovenia and Romania) had the opportunity to think over the changes imposed by the COVID 19 emergency on the management of the project, on organisation of meetings and training and especially on teaching methodologies and learning styles.
COVID19 changed the worldwide educational system; this shows the importance for flipped learning classes and distance learning.
Working sessions focus on the project calendar and next steps, on the IO1 T4F online community implementation and on the development of IO3 T4F Etoolkit.
A special focus on the flipped learning pedagogy has been moderated by ITET by presenting two videos realised in cooperation with INAF (National Institut of Astrophisics).
Romanian partners shared 4 didactic activities in which flipped classroom methodologies have been successfully used.
Official dissemination is still organised via the Facebook page of the project and the web platform in use, as well as via partners own homepages.
Decisions have been made about next meetings and next steps.