Practical online education for VET schools
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The project responds to the extraordinary situation in education, which arose from the long-term closure of schools and educational institutions. This situation in the area had the greatest impact on quality practical training and vocational training. The inability to practically try and practice working with tools, instruments and technologies has caused a rapid reduction in the level of professional training of future employees – students and graduates of secondary vocational schools. The project aims to contribute to improving the quality of digital education by creating a methodology for teachers on how to teach online and also focuses on the creation of 3 digital courses aimed at work with CNC technologies, milling and turning and work with automation lines. The innovativeness of the courses will be in the transferability of know-how to all EU countries and at the same time in that the functional superstructure of these practical online circles will be a Methodology, Manual and Training Program aimed at teachers to help them apply these courses in practice.
Objectives of the project
- Need: To transfer vocational education to the digital space so that it is available even in circumstances where it is not possible to complete full-time education and create appropriate tools and methods to enable teachers to cope with the problems involved. Education needs to be offered in a virtual space through the user’s easily accessible application.
- The aim of the project is to improve digital education at secondary vocational schools. Digital content will focus on practical technical education. The second goal of the project is to develop a methodology for teaching teachers to provide digital education in closed school time. The specific goal of the project is to create a user-friendly methodology for providing quality digital education while ensuring the inclusiveness of education.
- The target groups will be teachers and the IOC of technical vocational schools who, due to the current difficult situation, are unable to teach in person and need to acquire new skills or expand their possibilities for teaching in a virtual space.