Third and final edition of the MOOC course about the theoretical framework of digital competence and the use of the CRISS platform has been launched. The main purpose is that teachers learn to work digital competence in the classroom and they can therefore achieve one of the eight key competences stablished by the European Commission: any youngster must acquire digital competence before completing the compulsory education.

Sign up to this last edition of the MOOC course, that began on April 1st, will be opened until the end of the course on April 30th.

The MOOC type course has been very well received among the educational community, evidenced by the fact that 2.102 teachers have signed up for both previous editions of the course.

1.172 people have enrolled in the first MOOC course and 930 in the second one, while 600 teachers have already signed up for this last call.

Users come mainly from partner countries, mainly Croatia, Greece, Romania and Spain, that makes up 94,6% and 97% of the registered people for the first and second edition of the MOOC course.

Nevertheless, also people from the rest of Europe like Italy, Malta, United Kingdom, Serbia, Sweden) and even Latin America (Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Peru) have also registered.

Is also remarkable the completion rate of the MOOC course, standing at 19%, a higher average than the usual 8%.

Digital competence

Access to the MOOC course is free for all teachers. The course is held in English. In addition to the MOOC, teachers will be provided with manuals and tutorials in English as well.

Among the contents of the course that they can perform at their own rhythm teachers will discover:

1. The methodological framework of digital competence that will govern throughout the European Union.

2. What an ePortfolio is and how to use it to monitor students.

3. How to develop, evaluate and certify the digital competence.

The MOOC lasts four weeks (20 hours of training) and consists of the following modules:

1. Keys to digital competence of students.

2. Creation and management of learning evidences through the ePortfolio.

3. What are the learning scenarios.

4. How to design learning scenarios with CRISS.

The completion of the course does not require participation in the CRISS pilot, but you may join the CRISS platform with your school if you want to make the practical exercises.

By taking the course, teachers will be closer to being able to work digital competence in their educational centre. Sign up with your colleagues to put into practice the adquisition, evaluation and certification of digital competence in your secondary or primary school.

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