In 2020, teachers from all over Europe will have the opportunity to enrol in the ‘Europeana in your classroom’ MOOC! Available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian, the course is open to anyone who is willing to take it, but the main audience are primary and secondary school teachers and teacher trainers of all subjects from Europe and beyond who would like to learn more about digital cultural heritage in education.
Everything you need to know about the MOOCs
Starting on 13 January 2020, the English version of the Europeana in your classroom MOOC will lead you through 5 different modules:
- Module 1: Europeana: transform education with digital culture
- Module 2: Search and use Europeana Collections to teach your subject
- Module 3: Explore Europeana educational tools and resources
- Module 4: Design learning scenarios with Europeana content and resources
- Module 5: Assess cultural heritage lessons: towards 21st-century skills
The course only takes 25 hours to complete, allowing participants to follow the modules at their own pace. At the end of the course, participants will:
- Understand why it is important to integrate European cultural heritage in education
- Know how to use Europeana Collections to teach their subjects
- Know how to navigate the Europeana Collections website
- Be able to integrate to their teaching the various Europeana apps, tools and materials
- Know how to build learning activities using Europeana Collections resources
- Be rewarded with both a course badge and certificate
Curious? Register on the new European Schoolnet Academy platform and spread the word by using #EuropeanaMOOC and joining the Europeana Education Facebook group to discuss and share best practices about cultural heritage with like-minded colleagues!
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Did you know that you can use Cultural Heritage to improve your and your students’ skills and make your lessons more captivating? With the “Europeana in your classroom: building 21st-century competences with digital cultural heritage” MOOC, during five weeks, you will learn how to improve your teaching and enrich your students’ knowledge. Starts 13 January: http://bit.ly/europeana-mooc-rerun-2020 #EuropeanaMOOC
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