The European Multiplier Event (EME) of CONNECT project will take place at Athens, Greece 15 December 2022. The EME will be hosted at the French Institute, 31 Sina Str, Athens and recent developments and outcomes of the CONNECT project will be presented to European teachers, school leaders and educators.
The agenda of the EME is available here!
Highlighting the "CONNECT" achievements - Presenting the “CONNECT” intellectual outputs and focus on teaching practices that revolve around the "CONNECT" approach.
1. The “CONNECT” Approach- A European Joint Effort to Upskilling Educators
Georgios Kosyvas, Regional Director for Primary and Secondary Education of Attica (Unveiling the entire “CONNECT” Approach)
2. Aspects of distance education during the lockdown period in Cyprus, Greece and Italy – The survey of output IO1
Konstantinos Apostolopoulos, Educational Coordinator for Science- Aikaterini Glinou, Educational Coordinator for Mathematics (Highlighting the IO1 intellectual output)
3. Pedagogical Exploitation of Digital tools
The “CONNECT” pedagogical team (Discussing the Keynotes of the IO2 intellectual output)
Prof. Michael Paraskevas, Vice President of Computer Technology Institute & Press "Diophantus", Assoc. Professor, University of Peloponnese (Presenting the MOOC developed in the context of the “CONNECT” project)
5. Teaching and learning as collaborative inquiry and meaning-making process
Panagiotis Piliouras, Consultant Α' Institute of Educational Policy (Underlining the role of collaborative inquiry in making learning more profound)
6. The role of eTwinning in fostering digital skills
Prof. Michael Paraskevas, Vice President of Computer Technology Institute & Press "Diophantus", Assoc. Professor, University of Peloponnese (Indicating the eTwinning contribution to the digital transformation of education)
7. Peer-to peer observation and professional development of educators
Prof. George Pasias, Comparative Education, Department of Secondary Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Connecting peer-to peer observation to professional development)
8. Policies for Digital Literacy and Education
Prof. Bessie Mitsikopoulou, Digital Applications in Foreign Language Education, Department of English Language and Literature, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Discussing the European strategy for Digital Literacy and Education)
9. The 3-D model of the inquiry-based learning
Prof. Kostantinos Skordoulis, Epistemology and Didactical Methodology of Physics Department of Pedagogy & Primary Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Underlining the key-elements of the 3-D model of the inquiry-based learning)
10. Predicting Students’ Performance using Moodle Analytics. The contribution of the “CONNECT” approach
Ioannis Georgakopoulos, Informatics Teacher-Associate and Researcher, University of West Attica-Vassilis Zakopoulos, Laboratory Teaching Staff at the University of West Attica (Indicating the potential of Moodle engagement analytics in the “CONNECT” approach)
11. Wrap-up speech: Concluding remarks on the ME, LTTA
Georgios Kosyvas, Regional Director for Primary and Secondary Education of Attica (Discussing the overall experience of the LTTA and EME)