Digital teaching and learning – the use of digital tools to support the design, delivery and support of education – has seen exponential growth during the Covid-19 pandemic. The role of digital tools for learning, however, often services as a key support in reaching and facilitating many members of society who face a range of barriers to participation in traditional formal education. The role of innovative digital tools and approaches to support education for social good has long been a key area of interest for Innoquality Systems.
This online webinar will provide an overview of a number of ongoing EU Research Projects designed to foster and support teaching and learning for socially responsible causes through innovative digital approaches.
The We Care Project Open Educational Resources are designed to provide support to adult educators and healthcare professionals working with migrant care workers. The online Digital Database of good practices provides extensive information regarding relevant practices, initiatives, methodologies, projects, tools and resources available already in the host country to support migrant women. The Training Curriculum outlines the learning units adult educators and healthcare workers can expect to learn about and the learning outcomes they can expect to achieve when engaging with the We Care Manual, an E-Learning course providing extensive learning content regarding supporting migrant women in the care sector. The fourth resource is a Toolkit consisting of innovative Practical Activities which adult educators and healthcare professionals can apply on migrant women to help upskill and support them.
This webinar will take place on the 15th of July, 2022, at 2pm (GMT).
This webinar will be hosted online over Zoom. It is intended that a recording will also be made available afterwards on the Innoquality Systems YouTube.
For further information and registration details, please visit the event webpage here