How to engage learners’ attention more effectively in an online environment? And what short exercises and creative activities can educators use?
To help teachers and trainers better answer these questions and give them practical exercises they can directly apply to their daily work, we have developed a series of methodological materials on how to more effectively maintain good group dynamics in an online environment, as well as a database of 18 energizing exercises to ensure the same high level of engagement and involvement in an online environment as in face-to-face classrooms and training rooms.
The materials have been developed within the project “T4T – Digital Tools For Teaching” (2021-1-ES01-KA220-ADU-000033654) and are available on its website – https://digitaltools4teaching.eu (also in Bulgarian).
What does the material include?
- Guidelines on how to better create effective group dynamics in an online learning environment, including 6 modules;
- A resource library with a total of 65 useful materials and best practices on how to support effective group interaction in an online learning environment;
- Practical exercises to enhance group dynamics in an online learning environment – a total of 18 energizing, warm-up and wrap-up materials and training closing activities covering 6 topics;
- Recordings of 6 webinars on how the developed exercises can be put into practice.
All materials are free and completely open access and are presented in convenient and easy-to-navigate interactive formats and databases – https://digitaltools4teaching.eu/results
The project “T4T – Digital Tools For Teaching” (2021-1-ES01-KA220-ADU-000033654) is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme.
For more information, you can contact the Bulgarian partner – Creative and Training Studio “ARTIED” – firstname.lastname@example.org (Mariana Petrova – Project Manager)