The project is progressing smoothly despite difficult health and related situations nationwide
In the sky – We used to start updating articles on meetings with the name of the place where they took place, unfortunately COVID-19 has also taken away this vanity, which we have in any case replaced with a poetic revenge, thinking so that our meetings now take place suspended in a cloud, waiting to find the ground again with the same energy of a raging summer downpour.
COVID certainly denied the possibility of face-to-face meetings, momentarily removed enthusiasm from the effervescence of international mobility, which is the beating heart of Erasmus +, however in one thing it failed: it does not stop the work of teachers, it does not stop the development of e-learning platform, and does not move the most upcoming dates of the CiELO project.
The meeting that has just ended, has in fact reiterated the compliance with the deadlines agreed in the kick-off meeting of the project, without slippage: Tiziano Fazzi (CivicaMente), head of the technological infrastructure development team, illustrated the technical methods of accessing the e-learning path available teachers who will soon be able to start following the lessons and taking the verification tests.
The platform will in fact provide a king-size course, counting 4 e-books and 2 full-length video masterclasses, along with traced testing routines for the participants. The representatives of the scientific areas, Dr. Francesca Morigi (FEEM) and Professor Lidia Hrncevic (University of Zagreb), then reviewed the content characteristics of the video-lessons that teachers will be able to follow on the platform, indicating critical issues and relevant points.
As always, the administrative needs of the project were addressed at the end of the meeting, with particular reference to the regularity of management meetings, for which it was decided to schedule an international meeting at the beginning of June, to decide how to manage the next meetings in presence and to check the situation of use of the e-learning path by teachers.
Furthermore, the group of partners has bet on the possibility of arranging an international face-to-face meeting in September, to present the activity called “elevator pitch”, which will involve students for the first time, and to share the actions of the school year 21-22