Train with Serpentina in Erasmus+ !


Associação Serpentina (established 2009) is a not-for-profit organisation aiming at making the internet and Information and Communication Technologies part of everyday life. We believe these are perfectly great tools and excellent aids to creativity, interaction, collaboration and social integration: they form the basis for all our educational and cultural activities for everyone regardless of age.

And now offering a series of 6-day training courses for school teachers and adult educators involved in Erasmus+ KA1 mobility projects, fully validated through Europass Mobility documents, as follows:

* Project Design and Management – to help you develop more and more projects for your institutions and learners
* Digital Competences for Educators – to help you bring your classroom into the digital age (mind you, some of your learners might already be there!)
* E-learning : Why, What, How – to help you design better blended learning experiences for your digitally-savvy learners
* Gamification of Learning – to help you plot a game-enhanced learning experience for your learners.

Each course is planned for 6 hours each day in Days 2-5 (with 3 hours only on Day 1 and Day 6), and with at least one afternoon ‘outdoors’ (Day 3 or 4), during which you’ll also have a course-related task though :)

Just check them out and join us in beautiful Lisbon in 2014 and beyond :)

Our PIC is 948592295. Be sure to mention it in your applications (although you DO NOT have to add us as partners) and let us know regarding any project idea you might have, we’re doing a lot of other things.

Please use the expression of interest form here then keep us posted at KA1courses.Serpentina @ for any further details.

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