JYUOpen at the #ErasmusDays 2020

#ErasmusDays is an annual opportunity to share Erasmus experiences and spread the word about Erasmus projects. The Open University of the University of Jyväskylä wants to share information of the Digitally Competent Educators short learning programme, which is open to anyone in the field of education who is interested to learn digital skills of 21st century.

Digitally Competent Educators (DCE) helps educators to develop their digital pedagogic competence and strengthen their skills of using information and communication technology in education. The short learning programme consists of three modules: one for beginners, one for more skilled ICT users and third for advanced users. As a learner, you can choose the best module for your needs or you can study all the three modules.

”If you work as an educator, this is a great chance to develop your digital skills with other educators and colleagues around the world. You can get international online learning experience, no matter where you are”, says Päivi Kananen, the international coordinator of JYUOpen and one of the speakers at #ErasmusDays 2020.

Digitally Competent Educators is created in cooperation of four distance teaching universities across Europe: The University of Jyväskylä (Finland), Universidade Aberta (Portugal), Anadolu University (Turkey) and FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany).

See you online on October 16th!

Join us for free on 16th of October 2020 and learn how we utilized DigCompEdu framework in our developmental work in the European Short Learning Programme project. There's also plenty of time for your questions in our two-hour session. Welcome!

#ErasmusDays event info & link to Zoom: Digitally Competent Educators – Upgrade your skills online 

GMT 9 am - 11 am
CET 10 am - 12 pm (noon)
EET 11 am - 13 pm

Read more about DCE

Modern teachers need digital skills in every level of education