Resources

DIGITAL TOOLS AND BEST PRACTICES IN THE USE OF GAMIFICATION, ANALYTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EDUCATION

 

The research report gathers best practices in the use of Gamification, AI, and Data Analysis tools in education, specifically in the new solutions achieved during the COVID-19 pandemic. As well as an assessment of the most useful tools and platforms in digital education and the competencies required by educators to implement them.

 

 


 

TRANSNATIONAL RESEARCH: THE GAPS AND NEEDS IN DIGITAL COMPETENCIES OF VET EDUCATORS

 

This report assesses the gaps in digitalization of 117 educators from Spain, Romania and Turkey in Vocational Education and Training, performed through an online evaluation tool. The quantitative research results provide an overview of educators’ level of competencies, thus reflecting the actual needs of the VET community in digital skills.

 

 


 

TRANSNATIONAL RESEARCH: THE GAPS AND NEEDS IN DIGITAL COMPETENCIES OF VET STUDENTS

 

This report assesses the gaps in digitalization of 182 students from Spain, Romania and Turkey in Vocational Education and Training, performed through an online evaluation tool. The quantitative research results provide an overview of learners’ level of competencies, by assessing their digital skills in multiple areas. Thus, this report reflects the specific gaps of learners in relation to: communication, management and organization, collaboration, learning, creativity, and evaluation.

 

 


 

REPORT FROM INTERVIEWS WITH VET WORKERS, NGO STAFF AND E-LEARNING ASSOCIATIONS

 

The Interviews Report collects the responses of key individuals of the VET community, VET workers and trainers, NGO staff, and experts in digital education solutions. The interviews aim at collecting first-hand information on the insides of digital education and the competencies required in educators. Following the model of the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators: DigCompEdu; the Report gathers the perspective in the six areas of competencies of the Framework, from nine key individuals of Spain, Romania, and Turkey.