The Erasmus + IMONED project publishes its 3rd newsletter with the latest advances

The Erasmus + IMONED project publishes its 3rd newsletter with the latest advances

The Erasmus + IMONED project has published the third project newsletter on the activities of this Erasmus + project. IMONED will improve the knowledge, skills and competence of teachers in online and distance education, providing an immediate and comprehensive tool that allows teachers to organize and deliver online classes in times of pandemic or other similar situations.

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The 2nd information bulletin of the Erasmus + IMONED project is now available

The 2nd information bulletin of the Erasmus + IMONED project is now available

The Erasmus + IMONED project has published the second project newsletter on the activities of this Erasmus + project. IMONED will improve the knowledge, skills and competence of teachers in online and distance education, providing an immediate and comprehensive tool that allows teachers to organize and deliver online classes in times of pandemic or other similar situations.

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The IMONED project about online education publishes its first newsletter

The IMONED project about online education publishes its first newsletter

The Erasmus + IMONED project has published the first project newsletter on the first activities of this Erasmus + project. IMONED will improve the knowledge, skills and competence of teachers in online and distance education, providing an immediate and comprehensive tool that allows teachers to organize and deliver online classes in times of pandemic or other similar situations.

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LA FUE-UJI PARTICIPATES IN THE FIRST TRANSNATIONAL MEETING OF THE ERASMUS+ IMONED PROJECT FOR TRAINING ON DIGITAL COMPETENCES

LA FUE-UJI PARTICIPATES IN THE FIRST TRANSNATIONAL MEETING OF THE ERASMUS+ IMONED PROJECT FOR TRAINING ON DIGITAL COMPETENCES

On 17th and 18th December, the FUE-UJI, through the EuroFUE-UJI, participated in the first meeting between the partners of the European IMONED project, which was held online. This project, funded by the European Commission under the strategic action “Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for School Education”, aims to provide teachers with an immediate and comprehensive tool that will enable them to organise and deliver classes online in times of pandemic or other similar situations. This first digital meeting of the consortium has served to establish the bases for the implementation of the project and to start with its activity in the coming months.

The Erasmus+ IMONED project has an international consortium coordinated by Florida Centro de Formación Sociedad Cooperativa (Spain) and made up of a total of seven international organisations: FUE-UJI (Spain), Daday District National Education Directorate (Turkey), Sehit Baris Ozturk Secondary School (Turkey), SEDA Association (Poland), The Pontifical University of John Paul II (Poland), Progress Projects Association (Lithuania) and the VSI Human Resources Development Centre (Lithuania).

The consortium of this project will work together to provide resources to teachers to enable them to better adapt to the online educational environment. In this way, IMONED will also develop methodologies for the digitalisation of education. During its first transnational video meeting between the project partners, the IMONED consortium has analysed the project idea, the main objectives, the planned activities and the expected results, designing a calendar of actions for the coming months.

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FUE-UJI WILL FOCUS ON THE DIGITALISATION OF EDUCATION THROUGH THE IMONED PROJECT

FUE-UJI WILL FOCUS ON THE DIGITALISATION OF EDUCATION THROUGH THE IMONED PROJECT

FUE-UJI through EuroFUE-UJI, directed by Nela Gómez, participates as a partner in the Erasmus+ IMONED project for training in online education, which is added to a total of 15 European and International projects implemented by FUE-UJI. IMONED will improve the knowledge, skills and competences of teaching staff in online and distance education. The coordinator of this project is Florida Centre de Formación Sociedad Cooperativa (Spain) and the consortium consists of a total of 7 international organisations.

IMONED has been funded by the Erasmus+ programme in the “Strategic Partnerships for School Education” category. The project, which will last two years, will provide teachers with an immediate and comprehensive tool that will allow them to organise and deliver online classes in times of pandemic or other similar situations.

In addition to its coordinator Florida Centre de Formación Sociedad Cooperativa (Spain) and FUE-UJI as a partner, the Erasmus+ IMONED project consortium is made up of the Daday District National Education Directorate (Turkey), the Sehit Baris Ozturk Secondary School (Turkey), the SEDA association (Poland), Pope John Paul II University in Krakow (Poland), the Progress Projects association (Lithuania) and the VSI Human Resources Development Centre (Lithuania).

The consortium of this project will work together to provide tools and resources to teachers to enable them to better adapt to the online educational environment. In this way, IMONED will also develop methodologies for the digitisation of education.