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


Catherine Cronin (National University of Ireland, Galway) Open to possibility: Networked learning with our students.



How to implement ICT in schools/ centres in such a way to create added value in both ICT competences of pupils and as a means to support the learning process
Chang Zhu, VUB educational department

Anne-Marie Tytgat, PBD GO!

Jo Tondeur UGent

Models for ICT-integration in Education



1.1 How to select the right tool? (English)
Remember… it is not about the tools but it’s about the students skills that webtools can help to develop and reinforce. In this workshop you will learn how to select a tool by task, by product, by cognitive level and by teaching style. The use of a checklist will help you to evaluate your possible tool and to find that ‘perfect’ Web 2.0 tool.
Trainer: Anne-Marie Tytgat, GO! PBD


1.2 The perfect lesson

This workshop will show you how to integrate different tools in one lesson. You will see good practices with webquests, Symbaloo, Padlet, Glogster and others.
Trainer: Karine Eyckmans, GO! KA Boom



1.4 Meet your avatar!

Discover how to integrate different tools. The participants will make an avatar and present it orally. Primary education.
Leer hoe je verschillende toepassingen kan integreren. De deelnemers maken hun eigen avatar. Voor het basisonderwijs.
Trainer: Pierre Bailly; GO! PBD

Materials and links

1.6 Having fun with Makey Makey and other toys!

MaKey MaKey is an invention kit that turns everyday conductive objects into computer input devices (replacing some of the keys on the keyboards) to make interesting and interactive displays, toys, games and entertainment devices. Make a banana piano, a playdough games controller and a staircase xylophone. We will also have Drawdio pens (that let you draw sounds), Colar (to create your own Augmented Reality coloring books) and a Raspberry Pi to play with. Trainers: Jenny Hughes, Angela Rees, Nic Daniels, Pontydysgu





2.1 Learning is everywhere: the world of mobile apps

The aim of this session is help teachers to discover some basic mobile APPS for learning and encourage them to find differents ways for implementing them in activities on their classroom (for Android and IOS context).
For this session you will need to bring your own device: tablet or smartphone. (BYOD)
Trainers: Linda Castañeda and Isabel Gutiérrez, University of Murcia



Cards: http://www.slideshare.net/lindacq/mlearning-cards

2.3 Cool infographics! 
Infographics are a smart digital way of communicating ideas, data and knowledge. After a short introduction you will collect material for your story to create your own infographic in 5 minutes and put it online or export it. You will get a lot of tips about the structure about your story and about the design.
Met infographics kan je op een aantrekkelijke visuele manier data, kennis en ideeën over een bepaald onderwerp bundelen. Na een korte inleiding kan je zelf aan de slag om je eigen inofgraphic te maken en on-line te zetten. Je krijgt veel praktische tips over de structuur, over het te vertellen verhaal en over een aantrekkelijke opmaak.
Trainer: Anne-Marie Tytgat, GO! PBD


2.5 Internet Radio

Learn the basics of using internet radio with your students to set up their own school radio station and broadcast to parents and the community. Internet radio is a great way of developing technical skills (using a mixing deck), developing confidence (presenting a programme), communication skills (interviewing), learning about social media (marketing and publicity) research skills and much more.
Trainers: Angela Rees, Dirk Stieglitz, Pontydysgu

The website of the UK-Partner from London in the RadioActiveEurope project:


The RadioActiveEurope project hub with access to the partner site:


The site with training material and detailed information on the equipment is

here: http://training.radioactive101.eu/

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