WHY THIS PROJECT?
A NEW PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH TO COPE IN PROPRERLY TEACHING “DIGITAL NATIVE” GENERATIONS.The school is changing quickly: students have cognitive rhythms and learning styles different than in the past, the tools for learning are strongly influenced by the advent of digital and new technologies for teaching require innovative methodologies based on the idea of competence cross more than on the traditional curriculum content.
For many years the traditional teaching methodology transmission of knowledge has marked his time.
Here comes the need for teachers to understand to intervene properly and allow the educational success of each student, at a time when technological innovations have greatly influenced the teaching part of school education.
The “flipped” approach to teaching has become particularly attractive because of the availability of internet resources including audio and video on virtually any subject, frequently narrated by some of the world’s outstanding authorities. And the approach seems to have singular appeal to students in this electronic age where videos in particular have found a special place in the heart of the “Awesome Generation.”
WHAT’ S THE OBJECTIVE THEN?
T4F stands for Teaching for the future and it is an ERASMUS+ funded project aimed at exchanging of good practices, experiences and teaching/learning materials regarding flipped learning approach in STEM subjects.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FORM THE PROJECT?
The project foresees direct beneficiaries and indirect beneficiaries.
Direct ones are the school staff (school principals, teachers), educators, trainers and researchers.
Indirect beneficiaries are students and young people from France, Italy, Austria, Romania and Slovenia as well as all the public and private stakeholders interested in innovative methods in school education.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- sustain and benefit of the successful experiences developed at European level in the field of the flipped learning approach;
- identify and define a specific operating model (including operational guide, e-ToolKit) to be disseminated at regional and transnational level through the Consortium;
- define shared educational contents to be experimented with students of the schools involved and to be spread it to broader level.
Concretely the partnership will develop:
- A web platform for the development of an online Community of practice for the gathering of experiences and exchange of best practices. It is a real themed social network with a European dimension, open and shared with those interested in the flipped learning approach.
- An operational guide containing all the materials produced by the Consortium, including the operational tools for the management and proper implementation of the flipped learning approach in STEM disciplines.
BEST (AUSTRIA) – Partner
Contact: Karin Kronika: email@example.com
MCG SOC. COOP (ITALY) – Partner
Contact: Pietro Calderaro: firstname.lastname@example.org
ITER GIROLAMO CARUSO (ITALY) – Partner
Contact: Enzo Giuseppe Munna: email@example.com
Liceul Tehnologic Agricol comuna Barcanesti (ROMANIA)- PartneR
Contact: Mariana Bratescu: firstname.lastname@example.org
LUV Andragoski zavod Ljudska Univerza Velenje (SLOVENIA)- Partner
Contact: Mihaela Orozel: email@example.com