Modules: a choice of teacher-trainer led modules to pilot with student teachers in Spring 2019. Flexible implementation at local level to integrate into existing programmes, term dates and assessments. Including two ‘live to air' sessions for international collaboration. Teacher trainer staff hub and student teacher hub to support.
Participation is open to universities and organisations training future student teachers in primary and secondary.
Read the ITELab Staff Hub for more module details.
MOOC: A short practical course for future teachers everywhere, designed to accompany their training – certificated, online, free. The MOOC helps student teachers become networked teachers, learning about collaborative and active approaches to teaching and learning, sharing ideas with student teachers from across Europe. The MOOC successfully ran in March 2019, joined by over 3,600 participants from all across European and beyond. The plan is to run the MOOC again, starting 14th October 2019 for 4 weeks. Registration link to be published in Summer 2019..
Read the MOOC Syllabus here.
REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN JOINING THE ITELAB INNOVATIVE TEACHING COOPERATION HERE HERE.
For any questions regarding the spring 2019 pilots, please email the ITELab project manager: email@example.com
Supercharging of ideas to inspire future teachers
Online briefings have been held for all universities training student teachers, about joining the collaboration with ITELab and participating with the other universities (or observing with a view to future participation) in the ITELab spring 2019 pilots.
Read the Module A - Teaching, Learning & Professional Development for Beginning Teachers (for Primary and Secondary student teachers), Module B - Designing for Learning and Module C - Week on Week handbook.
Download the published versions of the module A and B framework handbooks following their successful trial. Versions available in:
Download the Module C Briefing presentation here.
The January Briefing followed an earlier briefing led by Dr. Conor Galvin, Director of Graduate Studies at University College Dublin on the co-designed modules and Bart Verswijvel, Senior Pedagogical Adviser of the Future Classroom Lab, on the student teacher MOOC . Sharing experiences on the value of the collaboration for both primary and secondary student teachers along with implementation plans for the Spring 2019 pilots were Professor David Leat (Newcastle University), Dr. Massimo Cimichella (University of Perugia), Dr. Susana Colaço ( Polytechnic Institute of Santarém) and Dr. Eli-Maire Danbolt Drange (University of Agder).
Beta pilots of the modules and MOOC were carried out in Autumn 2017/Spring 2018, with ITELab partner universities (University of Agder, University College Dublin, University of Newcastle, University of Perugia, Polytechnic Institute of Santarém) and their student teachers:
University College Dublin leads the development of introductory modules for use with students in initial teacher education settings. These cover ideas and activities that will be useful to student teachers in the early stages of their career. The focus throughout is on digital pedagogical capacity building, with the emphasis on practical classroom application.
- Listen to Dr. Conor Galvin welcoming all universities to get involved in the pilots.
- Review the ITELab staff hub that UCD is building to support all universities teaching ITELab modules in Spring 2019 as he teaches the first module with his student teachers.
This short course aims to help student teachers become a ‘networked teacher', developing their pedagogical digital competence, learning about collaborative and active approaches to teaching and learning and connecting with fellow student teachers from across Europe to share ideas and build your future professional learning network
- Listen to the Introduction to the ITELab MOOC for student teachers by MOOC lead, Bart Verswijvel, Future Classroom Lab Pedagogical Advisor, European Schoolnet
- Take a look at the beta pilot, Spring 2018 version of The Networked Teacher. It is being updated to include more practical tools and activities for both primary and secondary student teachers.