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European Schoolnet Academy MOOC

The registrations for three European Schoolnet Academy MOOCs have opened, which teachers, career counsellors and heads of schools may find interesting.

=== Games in Schools starting 14 October
Topic: This MOOC examines the opportunities and challenges offered by integrating games into our teaching and learning and will provide practical examples of gaming tools and activities to use in your daily teaching practice. Additionally, it covers the concept of playful learning and its relevance for teachers, explains how to create learning activities with games elements, and discusses how to embed games in your classroom practice for teaching, learning and assessment.
This course is a is the fourth re-run of the initial Games in Schools course, and funded by the Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE).

Register via: Games in Schools MOOC

To help promote:
• Attached a one pager to disseminate the MOOC (GiS2019MOOC_one-pager.pdf)
• Facebook & Twitter messages 
Facebook post to share (Facebook post will go live on Tuesday 3 September at 11:06)

=== The Networked Teacher – Teaching in the 21st Century starting 14 October
Topic: This MOOC examines the opportunities and challenges offered by integrating games into our teaching and learning and will provide practical examples of gaming tools and activities to use in your daily teaching practice. Additionally, it covers the concept of playful learning and its relevance for teachers, explains how to create learning activities with games elements, and discusses how to embed games in your classroom practice for teaching, learning and assessment.
This course is a is the fourth re-run of the initial Games in Schools course, and funded by the Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE).

Register via: The Networked Teacher MOOC

To help promote:
• Attached a one pager to disseminate the MOOC (The Networked Teacher_one-pager.pdf)
• Facebook & Twitter messages 
Facebook post to share (Facebook post will go live on Wednesday 4 September at 08:12)

=== Europeana in your classroom: building 21st-century competences with digital cultural heritage starting 13 January 2020
Topic: After successful editions in English, Spanish and Portuguese, this course runs again in five languages, including English. With the course, teachers can improve their knowledge of European cultural heritage, and learn to efficiently integrate this topic into their lessons and practices and make learning more captivating, regardless of the subject they usually teach. The course will discuss the necessity and use of digital cultural records, the Europeana Collections website and various Europeana apps and tools, and will showcase how to build interesting learning activities using Europeana educational resources.

Register via: Europeana in your classroom MOOC (EN)

To help promote:
• Attached a one pager to disseminate the MOOC (Europeana-MOOC-one-pager-2020-EN.pdf)
• Facebook & Twitter messages 

 


The Europeana publication 2018-2019 is now available!
Additionally, we would like to share with you the “Europeana Education: An initiative to integrate cultural heritage into classrooms 2018-2019” publication now available, summarizing European Schoolnet’s achievements in the first project year of the Europeana DSI-4 project. Find out more about how EUN is working towards reaching more and more classrooms to use digital cultural heritage on a daily basis, through initiatives such as the Teaching with Europeana blog.

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