“DIGITAL EDUCATION WITH CULTURAL HERITAGE”, THE NEW EUROPEANA MOOC

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Publish Date : 2021-04-01


“DIGITAL EDUCATION WITH CULTURAL HERITAGE”, THE NEW EUROPEANA MOOC

Cultural heritage has a crucial role to play in education. While languages, syllabi, and curricula may change across the globe, the challenging need to look at the past to understand the present is shared among generations and is universal.

To increase digital cultural data as a trusted primary source – essential in this era of disinformation – to implement innovative pedagogies, the Europeana “Digital Education with Cultural Heritage” MOOC empowers teachers and educators to use digital technologies, essential to develop learners' 21st-century skills.

This online course will explore the educational potential of digital cultural heritage, improving teachers’ and educators’ understanding so they can efficiently integrate it into their lessons and practices, regardless of the subject they teach. The final goal is to design engaging and deep-learning content for students, museumgoers, or lifelong learners to prepare them as active and responsible citizens with key competencies to thrive in life.

This MOOC makes use of Europeana’s digitized collection of cultural heritage and content from the Teaching with Europeana blog, where participants will find resources in multiple formats (such as pictures, videos, texts, 3D) and multiple languages, various tools like Transcribathon and Historian and other ready-made materials that they can easily integrate with their educational activities. Moreover, the course will introduce the learning scenario template and guide participants to use it and build their own. To help participants, the course offers a selection of videos with tested learning scenarios designed by educators from different countries.

Additionally, this course will foster the employment of innovative pedagogical approaches and facilitate open schooling and hybrid spaces for education by connecting museums, libraries, and other cultural institutions with schools through educational activities based on cultural heritage assets.

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Prerequisites

Teachers in primary and secondary compulsory education, VET and special education of any subject, museum educators, and any other CHI professional (like librarians, archivists, curators, and other non-formal educators) who wants to design educational activities using Europeana content or their own digital collections and assets.

Modules

Module 1: Europeana: Transform Education with Digital Culture - opens on 15/03/2021
Module 2: Search and Use Europeana Collections to Conduct your Educational Activity - opens on 22/03/2021
Module 3: Explore Europeana Educational Tools and Resources - opens on 29/03/2021
Module 4: Design Learning Scenarios with Europeana Content and Resources - opens on 05/04/2021
Module 5: Assess Cultural Heritage Lessons - opens on 12/04/2021
Certification

Why
Cultural heritage has a crucial role to play in education. While languages, syllabi, and curricula may change across the globe, the challenging need to look at the past to understand the present is shared among generations and is universal.

To increase digital cultural data as a trusted primary source, the Europeana ‘Digital Education with Cultural Heritage’ MOOC will empower teachers and educators to use digital technologies, essential to develop learners' 21st-century skills. 

This online course will explore the educational potential of digital cultural heritage, improving teachers’ and educators’ understanding so you can efficiently integrate it into your lessons and practices, regardless of the subject. The final goal is to design engaging and deep-learning content for students, museumgoers, or lifelong learners to prepare them as active and responsible citizens.

This MOOC makes use of Europeana’s digitized collection of cultural heritage, content from the Teaching with Europeana blog, tools like Transcribathon and Historian, and other ready-made materials that you can easily integrate into educational activities. The course will also introduce the learning scenario template and guide participants to use it and build their own. Find out more in the video below!

What
MOOCs - or Massive Online Open Courses - allow large numbers of participants to learn new skills and develop their knowledge through online teaching. Over the last few years, Europeana MOOCs have trained around 4,000 educators, building their and their students’ resilience and skills for their future.

The Europeana 'Digital Education with Cultural Heritage' MOOC is organized around the principle of peer learning, with course content designed to stimulate reflection and discussion so that participants can learn from each other’s experiences and ideas. The course is offered in English, and participants will receive a digital course certificate and badge upon completion of the full course. 

Who
The course is relevant to teachers of all subjects and levels (primary and secondary), museum educators, and anyone who wants to design educational activities using Europeana, like librarians, archivists, curators, and other non-formal educators. Other educational professionals and stakeholders with an interest in the topic, such as heads of schools, school support staff, and policymakers in education and culture, are also welcome to join. 

When
This course starts on 15 March 2021 and runs for six and half weeks. In total, there are five modules, with one opening weekly and a workload of around 18 hours. 

In order to earn a course certificate, course participants need to pass all the quizzes, submit their own Europeana learning scenario and review three learning scenarios of other participants. The final deadline to complete all activities is Wednesday, 28 April, 23:59 CEST. Participation in the quizzes will amount to 5% of the final grade and is not a requirement for receiving the course certificate. The learning scenario, together with the peer reviews, will count for 95% of the final grade.



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