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Erasmus+ Technology in the classroom and English language development (ICT)
Learn how to use technology while improving your English skills.
PIC Number: 946680425Organisation ID: E10123296

30 hours per week

Start dates: 10th February 2020, 24th February 2020, 06th April 2020, 20th April 2020, 15th June 2020, 29th June 2020, 13th July 2020, 27th July 2020,10th August 2020, 24th August 2020,12th October 2020, 26th October 2020

Maximum 12 students per group

Course length: 1 week

Levels (CEFR): B1 (Intermediate) to C2 (Proficiency)

Today’s students are born into a digital world. Take advantage of the new technology used by your students to make your classes more innovative and stimulating! This course has been designed for newcomers to technology in the classroom.

The course consists of two main components plus an extensive Scottish culture programme:

The morning methodology sessions will focus on the use of technology in the classroom. You will look at the use of applications, smart devices and web resources in order to create innovatice activities and acquire new language and knowledge. Every day you will explore digital resources in pactical workshops, helping you to enhance your ICT Skills. During the programme, you will examine the pros and cons of using ICT in language edution; discover tools to create innovative content; leagn how to collaborate and brainstorm both inside and outside the classroom; experiment with augmented reality quizzes; create and edit interactive video clips and other digital content; familiarise yourself with the use of smartphones, tablets, streaming digital players and computers in the classroom. 

The English language component focuses on speaking and listening skills during the afternoon sessions. You will expand your vocabulary, develop your grammar and improve your fluency through discussions on a variety of topics with your classmates from the EU and beyond.

The social programme includes a number of activities and visits to give you an introduction to the culture of Scotland. Activities include a wakling tour of Edinburgh with a guide, a ceilidh (traditional Scottish dancing), whisky tasting, and excursions to historical landmarks and places of cultural interest, such as museums and art galleries. Please note that the selection of activities varies depending on the time of year.

Are you ready to bring fun to the classroom?

What to expect?

  • Find out about new tools to create innovative content. 
  • Learn how to collaborate and brainstorm both inside and outside the classroom 
  • Discover augmented reality quizzes and experiences
  • Learn how to create and edit mini interactive video clips
  • Create digital teaching material 
  • Present your ideas 
  • Get familiar with the use of iPad, tablet, Apple TV, computers and mobiles in the classroom 
  • Exchange ideas with colleagues from around the EU and beyond.
  • Define ICT usage in education with its pros and cons
  • Introduction to games with learning purposes

What kind of tools you will learn to use? 

Interactive quiz software, cloud-based productivity software, online visual orginisers for mind-mapping and timelines, video editing software, web-based collaboration tools, spaced repetition vocabulary practice apps, online pronunciation resources, online forms, tablets, interactive TV, digital pencils, and more fun stuff!

Who is the programme for?

The training course is addressed to all teachers teaching children from 10 years old, adult teachers, school directors, school inspectors and schools staff in general who wish to acquire the skills for using ICT and online tools with educational purposes.

This course is particularly recommended for teachers taking their “first digital steps” in the classroom.  This programme is eligible for (but is not exclusive to) teachers with Erasmus+ funding. Participants should have at least an intermediate B1 level of English.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance in the end of the programme. 

Prices and Dates 2020

It is recommended that participants study for a minimum of two weeks but one-week stays are also accepted. Please note that accommodation is not included in the prices below. However we are happy to give your prices on demand. 

Start dates 2020: 10th February, 24th February, 06th April, 20th April, 15th June, 29th June, 13th July, 27th July,10th August, 24th August,12th October, 26th October.

Ready to join us?

Have you already received your Erasmus funding?

Final Certification