Creating a collaborative environment in VET
Project Name: CollaboratiVET: Creating a collaborative environment in VET
Priority: KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training
Project ID: 2022-1-DE02-KA220-VET-000089169
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Duration: 01/09/2022 to 31/08/2024
Topics: Contributing to innovation in vocational education and training, Increasing attractiveness of VET, Addressing digital transformation through development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity.
CollaboratiVET aims to integrate the flipped approach to VET institutions enhancing VET teachers’ skills and competences to be corresponded to the 21st century skills alongside with the stimulating activities in the era of collaboration so as to maximize the capacity of each VET student capacity. Through this new cross-fertilized knowledge, the attractiveness of VET is going to be increased and the number of dropouts will be decreased.
iEUROPAISCHER VERBAND BERUFLICHER BILDUNGSTRAGE R (EVBB) – Germany
- AKMI ANONIMI EKPAIDEFTIKI ETAIRIA – Greece
- European E-learning Institute – Denmark
- BK Consult GmbH – Germany
- Connectus M.IKE – Greece
- MOMENTUM MARKETING SERVICES LIMITED – Ireland
- INDEPCIE SCA – Spain
WP1 Project Management
WP2 Development of a framework for the establisment of collaboration practice through the use of Flipped Approach in VET
WP3 Development of training curriculum for the design and delivery of a Flipped Approach collaborative learning environment
WP4 Delivery of a Toolbox with 20 collaborative activities
WP5 Dissemination and Exploitation Activities
Connectus will design the layout of the library of the Collaborative Toolkit as well as a set of 20 collaborative activities acting as a companion to the Collaborative Toolbox Library under WP4 so as to support with hands-on materials for an effective collaborative environment even in online-hybrid-physical setting allowing a deployment of innovative educational methods in order to promote ways of creating an environment of team work and strengthening the opportunities of collaboration between students while teaching and keep them engaged with activities and concepts that they have never tried before.
Digital technology is closely linked to innovation and CollaboratiVET will make the most of technological advances by identifying the needed skills for establish Flipped Approach in VET, educating on how to implement the Flipped Approach in their own classrooms, providing VET educators with the latest technology collaborative tools and raising awareness and fostering the European VET institutions with a new learning method, characterised by a student-centred approach and active learning. CollaboratiVET will empower educators to rethink their use of technology in the light of new pedagogical approaches, and to become more skilled in the selection and use of digital tools to favour student inclusion and effective learning.