A METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING COURSES

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Stefano Tirati
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A METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING COURSES

An indispensable tool for a successful project

Florence, Italy – The preparation of the e-learning courses, coordinated by Learningdigital, as the partner responsible for the specific deliverable, has begun by preparing a methodological guide, to support the work of the partners on the conception of courses and content development.

The learning courses are aimed at promoting effective training on entrepreneurship, building upon ENTRECOMP competence framework, among adult education providers, and thus:

  • Enable adult education providers to integrate entrepreneurial education in their training offer
  • Empower trainers and educators to deliver effective entrepreneurial education
  • Promote key competencies on entrepreneurship among adult learners

The outcomes of this action of the project, under WP3, specifically consist in:

  1. One E-learning platform open to the European Adult Education community on entrepreneurial education
  2. Six Learning courses on six multiple dimensions, relevant to entrepreneurial education

Specific objectives

The ENTRnet project foresees the development of the following e-learning courses:

  • Intrapreneurship
  • Young entrepreneurship
  • Green entrepreneurship
  • Digital entrepreneurship
  • Co-operative entrepreneurship
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship

METHODOLOGY and Educational approach

The module’s structure and the overall description of learning objectives, activities and assessments, is inspired by the Bloom’s taxonomy and its three dimensions:

Remember 

Understand 

Apply

The overall objective is to guide learners through a learning process which promotes not only theoretical knowledge but also the acquisition of skills and competencies, to be transposed into activities and behaviours.

As detailed below, we adopt a micro-learning approach, where the learning path is articulated in modules, content and activities are conceived as small sized learning objects, and the learner is exposed to a variety of educational resources, which are easy to access and to complete.

Learning outcomes

When describing the learning outcomes, make sure you use active terms such as: “at the end of this module the learner is capable of …”.

Given the relevance of EntreComp, we invite you to identify and specify in each module references to this competence framework, as well as, whenever applicable, to other European frameworks, namely:

  • ENTRECOMP 
  • DIGCOMP
  • GREENCOMP

For more details, you can download the guide here: https://entrnet.eu/entrnet-_-e-learning-guidelines/

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