Complex digital competence development training for teachers based on the European Digital Competence Framework for Educators (DigCompEdu). During the COVID19 crisis Hungarian and Romanian teachers are facing challenges that they weren’t prepared to solve. The digital competences of educators are on a very wide scale. Some do not manage digital devices as a basic skill, and cannot solve everyday problems with them, while others can implement very diverse digital educational activities. It can also be seen that teachers often try to use the old routines from classrooms during digital education (online testing, writing essays, sending assignments). Furthermore, only a few platforms from several digital pedagogical repertoires are used. There are many training opportunities for educators however, in these trainings, teachers with different abilities start from the same entry-level.

With “Digiloping Teachers” program our goal is to help the digital transition from multiple angles. We want to address the three major groups in the learning process: teachers, students, and schools. In our project we want to develop a comprehensive solution that gives the participants of the learning/teaching process (teacher, student) a helping hand to develop digital competence, to promote the development of a digital resilient society. We are collaborating to design a converging curriculum focused on learning and teaching 21st-century skills at schools. Sharing content on online platforms in every country and training educators in its curricular methodology.
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (contract no. 2020-1-HU01-KA226-SCH-094117).
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The skills acquired at our courses correspond to the levels of language skills from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.