IO1 – Teacher’s Handbook and Competence framework
The first Intellectual Output aims to produce at the end two main products: the Teacher’s Handbook and the Competence Framework.
The Teacher’s Handbook
It is a meaningful pedagogical resource available for the continuous professional development of secondary schools’ teachers and leaders, which provides them with an innovative educational model based on digital creativity skills with the aim to formulate concepts of Service Learning and project-based learning aimed to involve students in initiatives for digital enhancement of local cultural heritage.
The Competence Framework
The handbook is integrated with a new competence framework for teaching digital creativity addressed to secondary school teachers. The aim of the framework is to lay down the set of knowledge, skills and competences necessary to design and implement a service learning project related to the digitalisation of cultural heritage. A clear distinction is made between hard and soft skills, condensed to develop units of learning outcomes. Hard skills include key knowledge in humanities enriched by ICT and digital abilities. Soft skills include creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, project management, proactivity, entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to engage students and stimulate their curiosity. The units of learning outcomes described are linked to the different sections of the handbook, establishing a connection between the two documents.
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The results from the focus groups
IO2- TOGETHER Digital Creativity Academy
This Intellectual Output is about the online educational platform that hosts the digitalized version of the Handbook’s modules (developed in IO1) and a Toolbox. This toolbox is the collection of educational tools and models available to the teachers in order to help them design and implement their service learning initiatives based on digital creativity applied to cultural heritage. The tools offered are ranged in a variety of different supports (videos, interactive presentations, worksheets,
infographics, proposals for indoor/outdoor activities, etc) and they mix a set of original resources (created by the partners) and a selection of the best resources available identified through desk research.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Submission Number: 2020-1-DE03-KA227-SCH-093556