This week began with the E-teach partners meeting in Warsaw. During this collaborative session, a wide range of essential topics was discussed, setting the course for the project’s upcoming activities and milestones.
Partners engaged in in-depth discussions and strategic planning for the forthcoming Training Certificate Program. This initiative, consisting of Joint Online Workshops, aims to empower educators with the skills and knowledge necessary for effective digital pedagogy. Partners shared updates on registrations, with a goal of reaching a virtual audience of 180 participants eager to enhance their digital pedagogy skills. These sessions are set to take place on October 17, 24, 31, and November 7, 2023, during the late afternoon and evening hours to accommodate participants across different regions (6-8 pm EET).
The progress and final review of the e-Teach Scenario-based Digital Pedagogy Teacher Guide, a cornerstone resource for the project, were presented and discussed. The final review of the Open Educational Resources (OER) on Canvas, an essential component of the project’s educational offerings, was a topic of focus. Partners discussed the planning and execution of Project Multiplier Events aimed at spreading knowledge and best practices in digital pedagogy to a broader audience. The meeting also touched upon various management topics, including financial matters, dissemination strategies, and quality assurance measures to ensure the project’s success.
As the E-teach project continues to evolve and expand its offerings, it remains dedicated to its mission of enhancing digital pedagogy for educators across Europe and beyond. Stay tuned for further updates as this transformative initiative progresses.