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ICT and free Web Tools in Education: Another way to Teach and to Learn 

September 2, 2019 - September 6, 2019


Venue: Escola Secundária Emídio Navarro, Almada, Portugal

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Language: English

Contact: scola Secundária Emídio Navarro
Avenida Rainha Dona Leonor
2809-009 Almada
PORTUGAL
Phone 00 351 91 944 944 5 Email: euro.almadaforma@gmail.com

Info link: : http://europe.almadaforma.net

Objectives
 Apply the Google tools in the classroom;  Apply free WEB 2.0 Tools in the classroom such as Prezi, Voki and APPs;  Use of the Moodle Platform in the classroom;  Encourage the development of pedagogical practices involving ICT;  Podcasting, vodcasting and other multimedia media in the classroom;  Produce multimedia pedagogical objects (output);  Foster translation and mobilization of themes through multimedia production techniques and ICT skills;  Develop the benchmark of good practices;  Encourage the sharing of points of view and participation in the free software associations;  Allow participants to share their experience and develop the project (and other projects) by web networking;  Share multimedia productions;  Contribute to the emergency of ideas and project development between European educational and training organizations.


Methodology
 Active, collaborative and participative approach;  Conceptual and Theoretical Framing of concepts and combinations;  Sharing and development of multimedia production competences;  Field Work (observation; video and photo capture; mapping; interviews) Film/Multimedia production: information; conception, confrontation, collaboration, selection (image, sound and text), assemblage and edition;  Critical analysis and reflection relating theoretical and practical dimensions, with multimedia objects produced;  Evaluation (with forms filled by trainees and trainers);  Dissemination and follow-up strategies
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