Digital Tools to Bring the 4Cs Into Your Classroom - Barcelona

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Available in: Verona, Berlin, Barcelona, Athens

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Course Description

Requirements: Basic computer proficiency

Creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration, the 4Cs, are envisioned as key competencies for nowadays’ learners. Despite the fact that educators understand their importance, they may struggle in implementing them into the actual teaching.

This course aims at showing participants how to incorporate the 4Cs into school activities, especially through the use of appropriate digital tools.

The 4Cs can be learned, taught, and implemented in any classroom, and the availability of technological devices and platforms nowadays can be of great help in designing student-centered activities that shape the learners’ ability to live, connect with others, and have a successful professional career in the future.

During this course, participants will not only explore the deep meaning and implications of the 4Cs, but they will also have the opportunity to design practical activities using ICT resources, which are more efficient at developing the 4Cs in students.

By the end of the course, attendees will have acquired the knowledge, the know-how, and the confidence to insert these stimulating skills into their curriculum and school environment.

What’s more, they will have drawn inspiration from a variety of examples showing how technologies can guide the students in the development of their Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration skills.

In addition to that, course attendees will take away their own ready-to-use ideas, strategies, materials, and lesson plans which effectively incorporate the use of digital tools to boost their students’ 4Cs.

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Course categories: ICT and Creativity and Soft Skills

ICT: Today’s teachers have to be familiar with new technologies and digital media not only to understand their students’ world but also to update their way of teaching according to the new needs of their students. Thanks to our courses on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) you will learn how to manage a classroom online or remotely, by exploring the most relevant ICT tools for teaching. You will be able to use various forms of digital content, such as audio platforms, videos, and social media, to communicate with your students.

Creativity and Soft Skills: By fostering critical thinking and communicative abilities, an educator can develop better relationships with students, colleagues, and students’ parents, thus obtaining higher learning outcomes. If you want to expand both your creative thinking and storytelling skills, you should check out our Creativity and Soft Skills courses. They can help you design stimulating activities which aim to promote entrepreneurship and collaboration among your students.

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Europass Teacher Academy - Spain
Barcelona, Spain

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Upcoming sessions

16.10.2023 > 21.10.2023
20.11.2023 > 25.11.2023

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