The eLearning course will complement the face-to-face training and it will be based on an accessible open platform integrated with ICT tools that can make the learning more attractive but also easy to access for school students in ethics and entrepreneurship such as with gamification tools. It will be one of the main project results and it will follow the approach suggested in the Output 1 for the training curriculum. All three curricula as part of O1 will be transformed into a digital environment that will be easy to use and navigate as well as to follow it.
Many activities are planned to implement this output:
- Design and Development of the eLearning Course A4: Partners will develop, deliver and validate also an online course on Ethics and Entrepreneurship based on the developed curriculum especially for facilitating and advancing the access to the training curriculum by other schools outside the consortium from all over Europe. - Pilot testing of training course via f2f and virtual learning A5: At the completion of the implementation phase, qualitative and quantitative methods will be used to create case studies of partner schools. Questionnaires will be completed by teachers as part of the evaluation activity to identify any changes in students’ and teachers’ competencies in engaging with ethics and entrepreneurship. Data will be gathered from student participants in three ways (1) interviews (2) surveys and (3) content analysis of reflective documents produced. - Replication and Exploitation Activities A6: The results, activities and achievements of the project will be communicated through the project website, blog, presentations, flyer, online peer reviewed journal articles and conference papers to partner organizations, all project participants, teachers in participating countries and broader, educational institutions and policy makers and policy advisors in the area of education.
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