Hands-On ICT at ARNES 2014, A guest post by Dr. Benjamin Lesjak Dr. Benjamin Lesjak, EMUNI, Slovenia; who is a member of the HANDSON consortium, recently delivered a presentation at ARNES 2014 Conference – Transferring Knowledge http://eng.sirikt.si/events/arnes-2014-conference/. Benjamin presented his experiences of

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Designing a MOOC on training teachers to use ICT

This blog post describes summarily the steps the OUNL team took to design the HANDSON MOOC on training teacher with ICT. The terms of the HANDSON project stipulated that the entire design should seek to stimulate being creative on the

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Yishay Mor is the lead facilitator for pilot 2

About 200 teachers have currently registered to the second pilot of the HANDSON project. It will start on the 19th of May. This MOOC is called Design Studio for ICT-based Learning Activities and aims at helping educators introduce ICT in their teaching

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HandsOn: back in London once again

Professor Diana Laurillard from the Institute of Education takes the HandsOn team through the concept of Learning Design Although it is not so long since the HandsOn Partners met in London at the recent BETT show in January, many of

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The HandsOn Mooc

One of the topics that the HandsOn partners will be discussing during their time at BETT 2014 and afterwards will be MOOCs, (Massive Open Online Courses). In order to work towards a MOOC design appropriate for HandsOn, the partners have

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HandsOn comes to London

We are delighted to confirm that the European partners from the EU HandsOn project will be arriving in London to attend BETT Show in January 2014.  BETT is one of the largest education shows in the world, regularly  attracting up

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Promoting HANDSON at St Mary’s University College, London

HANDSON project approaches were  disseminated at St Mary’s University College in an eLearning Workshop (25th June). The  HANDSON Project is about learning and teaching creatively using ICT tools. Relevant techniques and learning activities will be selected within Work Package 3 (OUNL).

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