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This mini course will provide primary and secondary school teachers with ideas, free training material and resources to help them organizing a Code Week activity, while developing innovative teaching approaches and increasing students’ knowledge and motivation.
This MOOC will support your school in helping their students to take full advantage of the opportunities of social media in a safe and ethical way, by creating your own school strategy. Through a thorough introduction to the topic of social media literacy and the concept of strategic planning, you will then be able to tackle the social media issues most relevant to your school community.

The ‘Inquiry-Based Teaching in Life Sciences (Rerun)’ MOOC is meant to enhance life science teachers’ pedagogical competences and practices, and improve their conceptual understanding of life science to help them further establish and disseminate IBSE.

El MOOC «Europeana en el aula: construyendo las competencias del siglo XXI con el patrimonio cultural digital» ayudará a los profesores a conocer mejor el patrimonio cultural para así integrarlo de forma eficaz en clase, independientemente de la materia que suelan impartir.
O MOOC "A Europeana na sala de aula: o desenvolvimento de competências para o século XXI na esfera do património cultural digital" permitirá aos professores compreenderem melhor o Património Cultural a fim de o integrar nas suas aulas e práticas de forma eficaz, independentemente da disciplina que normalmente lecionam.
This MOOC aims to bridge the gap in education by giving teachers a fresh perspective into the bioeconomy field and its applications in teaching STEM subjects. The course will do so by presenting the BLOOM School Box, a series of lesson plans co-created by 20 pilot teachers in 10 European countries, which illustrate how bioeconomy can be introduced in different STEM subjects.

The 'Europeana in your classroom: building 21st-century competences with digital cultural heritage' MOOC will improve teacher’s understanding of Cultural Heritage in order to efficiently integrate cultural heritage into their lessons and practices, regardless of the subject they usually teach.

This short course aims to help you become a ‘networked teacher’, developing your pedagogical digital competence, learning about collaborative and active approaches to teaching and learning and connecting with fellow student teachers from across Europe to share ideas and build your future professional learning network.
This course is meant to connect Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) classes with “real life” and help teachers integrate real-world problems into their STEM lessons and practices.
This course aims to enable teachers to support their students to better connect learning taking place in formal, non-formal and informal learning contexts. During the course, teachers will learn how to use personalised and collaborative learning as teaching approaches to empower their students in their learning.
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