In this working phase of the project the vocational teachers who attended the workshops developed a lesson plan for their students, applying the innovative methods learnt, and the digital resources created in the previous phase. They created their own digital content, teaching materials, online test exercises and videos for the lessons and shared them on the Digital Menu Card.
They piloted the lesson plan in the classroom, and they created an evaluation report: what went well and what parts of the lesson needed improvement.
“I believe that all digital learning materials have measurable pedagogical benefits I am sure that if a lesson with the same goal was carried without a GeoGebra, the students would need more lessons to correctly understand the behaviour of the polynomial graph around its zeros.” (Teacher of Biotechnical Educational Centre, Slovenia)
After class, they asked for feedback from the students with a jointly developed questionnaire.
Active learning lesson in Szakkay József vocational school (Slovakia)
After class, the teachers asked for feedback from the students with a jointly developed questionnaire.
Results in numbers
• 51 teachers delivered digital classes in the 4 partner countries in different subjects.
• More than 800 VET students took part in the classes.
• 5 institutional evaluation reports were created by the 5 partner schools.
Experiences, feedbacks and self-reflections were integrated in institutional reports and will be included into the final DPTI Model in the next phase of the project.