Welcome to ICT4EDU Project!

 Project Objectives

 

 

  • To Identify the student teachers' levels of digital competence when entering teacher education and compare across institutions.
  • To develop of new teaching and learning methodologies and ICT support tools in classrooms, including e-learning Educational Resources, to be able to use technology, in designing, producing and using ICT-based instructional materials.
  • To identify, test and mainstream best practices and innovative methods of participation particularly in context of ECE digital competences.
  • To enhance professional competences and skills of teaching staff through train of trainers workshops in contemporary pedagogical approaches, methodologies and educational technologies; learn from the experiences of colleagues from other countries in Europe
  • To improve the integration and interaction of the different components of the system (children, practitioners, researchers, families, community)
  • To deliver new/updated ICT-based courses in psychology, pedagogy, methodology of teaching, and technology enhanced learning at the PC HEIs in line with the modern European strategies; as well as implementing the curricula through accreditation and enrolment of students.
  • To ensure access to the latest developments in ICT to provide physical infrastructure and technical support that will make ICT accessible and useful to students, teachers, administrators and support staff (Establishing 9 ICT labs at the school of educational sciences in P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8, P9 universities).
  • Dissemination of the results obtained among Jordanian, Palestinian and Egyptian HIEs and stakeholders (connected to Deliverable: Dissemination report and exchange of good practices
  • Share materials and teaching activities for teachers through online toolkit, workshops, seminars and conferences.

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