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Course General Presentation

The self-paced 30-hour course is organized in three training modules, set between four face-to-face sessions.

The training focuses on three main moments that identify with the three modules for self-paced learning:

  • learning how to design a work-based learning scenario focused on the development of a digital energy efficiency improvement plan;
  • learning how to use the Good DEEDs KMS and its OER to create proper educational content for the scenarios;
  • practicing by developing a full scenario that will be used later by each teacher with his/her students.

The primary purpose of the face-to-face sessions is to foster active involvement and reinforce learning through the re-presentation of crucial concepts, discussion, teamwork, and peer review. In addition, the sessions also serve to provide the study context for the next self-paced module. For practical reasons, each session is held through national editions. This facilitates communication, reduces the number of participants to an effectively manageable quantity, and allows for a uniform organizational and regulatory context.

At the beginning of the course, the complete project is presented and a pre-course questionnaire is administered to establish a reference profile on the starting level of competence and the expectations of the participants.

At the conclusion, the rules of participation in the European Good DEEDs Challenge are explained, and a final questionnaire is administered to verify the variation of competences and to what degree the expectations have been met.

3 Modules

Module 1 – Design

Module 2 – Content development

Module 3 – Learning scenarios

List of prerequisites

Basic digital skills like visiting a website, reading a document and participating in a videoconference are required to attend the course.

The face-2-face sessions are organized at a national level in the local language. However, participants need to be able to read and understand written plain English to consult the study documents.

Expected average committment

During the 11-week long course, participants are required to attend to four 2-hour face-to-face sessions and expected to spend 30 hours on average to complete the self-paced modules. Therefore a 3.5-hour per week average committment is expected.

The face-2-face sessions are organized at a national level in the local language. However, participants need to be able to read and understand written plain English to consult the study documents.

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