Project place: Sremski Karlovci, Serbia
Project dates: 07–16 March
Application deadline 13 February 2017
About the training
The aim of the project “Innovation and eLearning in service of youth work and non-formal education in Europe” is to enhancing the quality of non-formal education and youth work in Western Balkans and EU. Project activities will step-by-step build capacity of youth workers, trainers, teachers, educators and researchers from 8 participating countries (Finland, Lithuania, Spain, Albania, Kosovo, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia).
Within the project there will be organized the training for youth workers and trainers active in the field of NFE to experience and learn how to use Information Communications Technology (ICT) to create a supporting eLearning environment. Participants will have a chance to get information about general ITC filed, and after that will be more focused on Moodle (an open-source software learning management system). They will get info about Moodle Directory, Page, Book, URL linking, Label, principles of instructional design, and other things that will help them to start (during the training) developing their own online courses using Moodle platform i.e. to transform acquired knowledge for delivering training in online environment, and get supported during the process. So, this is not only a training, because after it, participants (small groups of six persons) will be obligated to deliver one small course using Moodle. Training will lead experts from Serbian Moodle Network.
Participants would ideally meet the following criteria:
- age above 18
- trainers and youth leaders
- willing to use ITC in work with youth
- willing to develop and implement online course
- be free to participate all duration of the Training
- has enough good knowledge of English
Financial aspect of the project:
Food and accommodation will be covered by the hosting organization.
Travel costs are covered up to 180 EUR. Reimbursement will be done after receiving all original boarding passes and invoices.