TACCLE3 IST COURSE 2018 and 2019: How to teach Coding in School education
The course in Dillingen will combine theoretical input with practical examples and hands-on activities. An outcome of the training will be activities created by the participants that can be used in the classroom. Day one and two will focus on the planning of activities (choosing the right topic, time management, goals etc.). Day three and four will deal with the implementation of an activity (finding resources, selecting tools etc.). On the last day of the course the participants will learn about evaluating and assessing activities as well as present their results.
This course is aimed at school education teachers who want to start teaching Coding in their class room. You don’t need to be an ict specialist to take our course, far from it. We specifiaclly aim at tecahers who are not confident yet.
There will be an option on the course for those teachers who are expected to introduce coding into their curriculum to work on this either individually or in a group.
The course will be conducted in cooperation with the Academy for In-service Teachers Training and Personnel Development Dillingen. Teachers from Germany and Bavaria are welcome to participate, too. Because they are not eligible for a KA1 grant for a course in their own country, they should apply directly at the academy. Address see below.
The course programme for March 2018 and March 2019 (this course can also be tailor made to your schools specific demands and offered in Antwerp or in Wales, please contact us for details)
The dates for 2019 are prelimenary, they might change a little because of possible maintenance work at the Academy in Dillingen.
Day 1 Monday 19 March 2018 – 18 March 2019
Computational thinking as 21ste century skill
Basic terminology – Computational thinking
How to introduce computational thinking in the classroom
Day 2 Tuesday 20 March 2018 – 19 March 2019
Introduction to coding and coding languages
Free online coding tools & resources
Scratch – creating animations and games
Scratch – programming with Arduino
Day 3: Wednesday 21 March 2018 – 20 March 2019
Introduction to robotics
Robotics for young children: Bee-Bot, Dash and Dot, Ozobot,…
Lego mindstorm as classroom tool
Programming basics for lego mindstorm
Robotic clubs and competitions
Day 4: Thursday 22 March 2018 – 21 March 2019
Apps and tablets in the classroom
Educational recoures and how to use them
Make your own app (app design, simple user interface and input)
Day 5: Friday 23 March 2018 – 22 March 2019
Make your own lesson
Seppe Hermans, GO! Scholengroep Antwerpen
Anne-Mary Tytgat, GO! Pedagogical advisor
Jenny Hughes, Pontydygsu.
895 Euro (full board en-suite accomodation in single rooms in the training institute from Monday nogt till thursday night is included + tuition and course materials). All meals and drinks are included. For covering the participation fee you can use Erasmus+ KA1 grant money if your school or institutions has received such funding (and if your not form Germany).
How to apply for KA1 grants for the 2019 course? You cannot apply as an individual, it is your school who needs to apply based on the professionalisation needs of its team. This means a KA1 proposal should start from the ICT professionalisation needs of the teaching team and should propose the TACCLE courses as a way to take care of these needs. You could also apply for other ict-related courses in the same KA 1 grant application for going to an international conference such as BETT for example.
1. Contact your National Agency for details about KA1 and for the grant application form. Applications have to come from your school / institution and can cover several people for different courses or conferences for up to 2 years.
2. Pre-register for the course
3. Hand in your grant application before February 1st 2018
4. Let us know the result of your application in June or July (email@example.com) or via telephone +32 2 790 95 98 Of course you can also register when you get your funding from other sources than Erasmus+
How to register once your institution has received KA1 grants? Of course you can also register when you get your funding from other sources than Erasmus+
1. Register by completing an on-line-form.
2. We will contact you in December 2017 with practical information.
3. An invoice will be sent in January 18
4. You will receive details about the programme, venue and preparations in February 18
Monday , 19 March 2018 — Friday, 23 March 2018
Monday , 18 March 2019 — Friday, 22 March 2019
Location: Dillingen (Donau), Germany
Contact for non German participants: firstname.lastname@example.org – telephone +32 2 790 95 98
Training venue (and application for German teachers):
Akademie für Lehrerfortbildung und Personalführung
Kardinal-von-Waldburg-Str. 6 – 7
89407 Dillingen a. d. Donau
Phone: +49 9071 53248
Mobile: +49 176 45501040
Web: Akademie für Lehrerfortbildung und Personalführung (in German language only)