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Individualised Learning in Collaborative and Blended Learning Environment

Project information

NameIndividualised Learning in Collaborative and Blended Learning Environment (CoBle)
PartnersHäme University of Applied Sciences, Finland
CPI, Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Vocational Education and Training, Slovenia
IFOA, Instituto Formazione Operatori Aziendali, Italy
ITECH, Berufliche Schule ITECH, Germany
SCNM, Solski Center Novo mesto, Slovenia
RASEKO, Raision seudun koulutuskuntayhtymä, Finland
FundingThe project is funded by Erasmus+ programme and it is the KA220-VET – Cooperation partnership in vocational education and training.

Individualised Learning in Collaborative and Blended Learning Environment (CoBle) project aims to improve VET teachers pedagogical and digital competences and their ability to design meaningful learning activities in various blended learning settings. Teachers learn how to work in teacher teams, design and create functional learning environments to their students – together.

The digital micro credentials (open badges) are created by which teachers can show their achieved competences in the end of the training program.

The project will focus on:

  • Improving teachers’ pedagogical competence to operate online with their students
  • Supplying the teachers with relevant agile and cooperative methods of work and digital tools
  • Creating online communities of teachers where they can jointly develop and learn from each other and exchange experiences
  • Empowering the students by providing them individualized learning and improved collaborative learning process online

The expected results of the project are the collection of open badges related to VET teachers’ competences, the training program for VET teachers with new learning materials of the topics, and VET teachers’ pilots with their VET students as well as recommendations related.

The video library “Blended learning in practice” is created based on the participating VET teachers’ experiences of the pilots. Finally, recommendations are reported in an article for the wider audience.