Tapahtuma Interaktiivinen Tekniikka Koulutuksessa -konferenssi 2022 starts on 5. lokakuuta 2022 klo 10.00.00 +0300
FreeEd: A Framework for Efficient and Engaging Hybrid Education in Lower-Secondary Schools
Hybridiopetus Opetusteknologia Oppimisympäristöt
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Paikka: Esityssali 12 -
Ajankohta: 6.10.2022 17.15 - 17.45 (30 minuuttia)
Kohderyhmä: Peruskoulun aineenopettajat

FreeEd: A Framework for Efficient and Engaging Hybrid Education in Lower-Secondary Schools
Mäkelä Tiina Postdoctoral Researcher  at Jyväskylän yliopisto tiina.m.makela@jyu.fi 0408054784


Mäkelä Tiina Postdoctoral Researcher  at Jyväskylän yliopisto tiina.m.makela@jyu.fi +358408054784

Fenyvesi Kristof Senior Researcher  at University of Jyväskylä kristof.fenyvesi@jyu.fi

Kankaanranta Marja Senior Researcher  at University of Jyväskylä marja.kankaanranta@jyu.fi

Yada Takumi Postdoctoral Researcher  at University of Jyväskylä takumi.t.yada@jyu.fi

There is an international need to help lower secondary schools embrace the challenges emerging from the current shift from mostly classroom-based education to a more flexible, technology-supported learning environments, to re-think learning spaces and to safeguard both teachers’ and learners’ well-being. In this forum, we will present an Erasmus+ Project named FreeEd: A Framework for Efficient and Engaging Hybrid Education in Lower-Secondary Schools which aims

·       to define a framework for hybrid education (combining classroom learning with web-based distance learning) in lower secondary schools,

·       to collect and share best technology-supported education practices in the project countries: Austria, Estonia, Finland and Romania,

·       to help lower secondary teachers develop their reflective practice and their digital and pedagogical competencies, and

·       to provide recommendations to education technology developers.

In this forum, we will present publications, webinar series, in-service teacher training courses and an international teacher community created in this project to support efficient and engaging hybrid education in lower-secondary schools.