UNIVERSITY OF CRETE: New subsidized training program

UNIVERSITY OF CRETE: New subsidized training program
UNIVERSITY OF CRETE: New subsidized training program

The “Education and Lifelong Learning Center” (KEDIVIM) of the University of Crete, in collaboration with the “Public Employment Service” (DYPA), announce the new subsidized training program entitled:

“Advanced Educational Technologies in the Modern School: From Theory to Practice”. The training program will be implemented with the assistance of the “Laboratory of Advanced Learning Technologies in Lifelong Learning and Distance Education” (EDIVEA) of the University of Crete. Purpose:

The purpose of the training program is to equip the trainees with methods, tools and applications, in order to upgrade their knowledge and skills in matters of pedagogical utilization of advanced educational Internet/ICT technologies. in online and distance learning, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, focusing on collaborative inquiry and knowledge building, cultivating critical thinking and encouraging creativity.

The program is aimed at graduates of Higher Education Institutions who are registered in the Unemployment Registers of DYPA (formerly OAED), regardless of whether they receive unemployment benefits or not.

Apply: https://www.edivea.org/dypa_ict.html

Start: September / October 2022.

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