MOOC: Progressing Technology-Enhanced Teaching


30/11/2017

The MENTEP project developed TET-SAT, a new online tool for teachers to self-assess their technology-enhanced teaching, thanks to the participation of more than 7000 teachers from 10 countries to the project.

Would you like to be among the first teachers in Europe to try out this new tool – and actively contribute to improving it? This MOOC offers the possibility to test the new tool and to take advantage of concrete guidance and the possibility of exchanging teaching ideas and examples online with other teachers across Europe.

If you want to know more about TET-SAT, watch this short video here.

What the course offers:

As a first step, the TET-SAT tool will provide you with feedback and resources that can help you improve your own technology-enhanced teaching. As a second step, you are invited to describe examples from your own teaching to illustrate the 5 competence levels of the tool, from beginner to expert. On that basis, you can converse with other teachers about concrete teaching examples using digital tools. After the course, a selection of teaching examples will be linked to TET-SAT, to make it even more relevant for teachers in Europe.

You will:

  • Be among the first teachers in Europe to try out a brand new online tool for teachers to self-assess their technology-enhanced teaching
  • Actively contribute to improving TET-SAT
  • Receive advice from experts who were involved in developing TET-SAT and peers, as well as concrete suggestions on how to improve your own
  • Technology-Enhanced Teaching
  • Gain access to videos of inspiring practice and other support materials
  • Converse with other MENTEP teachers across Europe about concrete teaching examples using digital tools
  • Discuss, share and reflect on technology-enhanced teaching
  • Use a variety of online tools and social media to communicate and engage in some peer-review activities

Would you like to know more?

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