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Welcome to the Taccle2 website!

Welcome to Taccle 2 – the site has: Free downloads  of the 5 step-by-step guides to integrating ICT and e-learning in your classroom: primary education, maths, science and technology, key competences, arts and culture and humanities. Free downloads of the popular E-learning Handbook for Classroom Teachers produced by the Taccle 1 project. Hundreds of ideas and  Full Article…

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TACCLE2 Launch Conference – Material

The TACCLE2 Launch Conference was successfully held in Brussels on 17 October 2014 with 170 participants from allover Europe. You can find all relevant material and presentations below: Plenary session Introduction to the TACCLE2 project Jenny Hughes Key-note Catherine Cronin (National University of Ireland, Galway) Open to possibility: Networked learning with our students. http://www.slideshare.net/cicronin/networked-learning-with-our-students Panel  Full Article…

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Taccle2 –> LIDIA

On February 26 took place an International Seminar with the participation of Portuguese and Spanish experts in the field of adult digital inclusion and literacy. In this seminar materials and resources developed were presented. Among them an e-book and an online library in which is expected to include the activities developed within the project Taccle2 in  Full Article…

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3rdTACCLE2 IST-course in Germany (27 – 31 March 2017)

TACCLE2 IST COURSE 2017: Creating your own e-learning content in school education and adult education The course in Dillingen will combine theoretical input with practical examples and hands-on activities. An outcome of the training will be activities created by the participants that can be used in the classroom. Day one and two will focus on the  Full Article…

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Using technology to improve assessment and feedback

I have just come back from Online Educa, an annual event in Berlin.  I think this is about the 6th or 7th year I’ve attended because together with colleagues from Pontydysgu, we do the conference  internet radio programme which goes out live each day. As well as the keynote presentations and workshop sessions, there is  Full Article…

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Digital portfolios in primary school

Love this project from one of our local teachers. Not only do primary school kids get to develop their own, unique digital portfolios that enable them to curate, organise and share their work in a variety of ways they also learn so much maths, literacy, design and IT along the way. And the only software  Full Article…

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