Over 30 teachers, trainers and adult learners from Czech Republic, Austria, Georgia, Spain, UK, USA or Germany took a chance to participate at the final ILMAE conference in Prague. Project partners provided learners with a flavour of their modules including best practices and warm-up exercises. Learners were fully involved in all the conference activities and awarded project partners with a great applause in the end. The conference was closed with an informal networking among all participants and sharing lifelong learning teacher's experience.
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ILMAE conference with a great applause (25.09.2010)
ILMAE conference on September 24 in Prague (2.08.2010)
Join the final conference of ILMAE project on 24 September in Prague. The ILMAE project provides a training course of joint learning approaches with respect to intercultural issues. The course is designed for trainers, tutors and adult learners engaged in lifelong learning . Within the conference teachers and learners will be provided with innovative lesson guidance including training materials as a bonus for them. It will also allow them to see how modules and innovative approaches are applied in practice. Please register at email@example.com to receive a detailed programme.
ICT in teaching and learning (15.05.2010)
ICT in teaching and learning was the title of the Module which we have had in UK in April 2010. We were lucky to have a useful and helpful training seminar about ICT in teaching and learning, for improving that important competence.
We have be trained on the following subjects:
- e-Community / Citizenship
We explored current uses of ICT in everyday life (e-living), we learned how to make connections between e-living, e-community/citizenship and e-learning. We recognise how global technological developments influence social and learning and life. We had also the experience, using wireless keyboard and mouse as a learning tool, and explore electronic mind mapping as a learning tool. We heard about mobile tools and blooms for increasing awareness of pedagogical uses for and handheld devices and we became aware of a number of Web 2.0 tools. It was exciting to explore opportunities and challenges of using Web.2 tools in education.
Our trainer David introduce virtual communication methods and made us familiar with the difficulties of virtual communication. We developed a good practise guide (etiquette) for different forms of virtual communication and learned how to create a blog with Blogger.
It was great to discover all this useful tools and appropriate competences which are so helpful and useful in daily life, because digital competence is one of the eight key competences in life long learning. It involves the confident and critical use of information society technology (IST) and basic skills in information and communication technology (ICT).
Our trainer has been very successful to break down learning barriers opened our mind for using that tools with pleasure.
Intercultural communication by using the arts (18.02.2010)
We had the great opportunity to experience 4th training module which was part of the ILMAE Grundtvig project in Ansbach, Germany.
Have you ever heard of Kasper Hauser?
Well, we heard a lot about him at Ansbach during this 4th international meeting of the ILMAE Grundtvig project as our German partners have developed a training module called „Intercultural communication by using the arts“ on the basis of the historical figure of Kasper Hauser, a young man who lived in the 19th century, but of whom we know very little.Read more on our blog and add your views.
Module based on ICT devices delivered by Channel Crossings in Prague demonstrates its effectiveness (14.11.2009)
Members of five European organizations participating in a Grundtvig project shared a fruitful experience in Prague in October 2009. Several electronic newsletters were the main outcomes of the training seminar around the module “Development of Language Abilities of Learners via Project Learning Method” implemented by the Czech Organization Channel Crossings.
This module shows how information and communication technology (ICT) tools can be efficiently carried out in adult education. Please visit our blog to add your views.