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Work in progress

This section allows a constant communication and sharing of information among the project partners as far as the activities for the different intellectual outputs are concerned.

Each project partner upload this section of a three months basis.

Work in progress
Partners' Institution:
Limerick Institute of Technology

Project's period (from/to):
01 November 2018 - 31 January 2020

Activity concerned:
IO2 - Math Library

Objectives of activities carried out:
This phase is dedicated to the creation of a set of operative tools to be used by the science teachers to make effective use of ICT based teaching methods and materials through a fully Digital awareness.
The Intellectual Output contents will be organized in 3 main areas:
- Area 1: it will contain a set of competence assessment tools to be used by science teachers to identify the gaps of knowledge as far as Digital competences are concerned that prevent them in effectively use ICT based methods and teaching tools with their students.
- Area 2: it will contain a selection of existing ICT learning objects for Science Teaching identified, analysed, classified and presented to the teachers by the higher education experts
- Area 3: Collection of new learning objects created by the School teachers on their own, by reflecting on new ways of using ICT support and Learning Objects in their teaching practice.

Description of activities carried out:
Formal Activity not yet started but LIT researchers collecting useful materials for this Intellectual Output.

LIT is collaborating with Colaiste Muire regarding the identification of science teaching and learning objects and the development of new tools for science teaching and learning.

LIT researchers have identified a number of digital competence assessment tools and completed review forms for these.

They are also reviewing existing science learning objects.

Results Achieved:
Activity in preparation. Meeting between HEI and school being arranged, meanwhile communications have been made.

A number of digital competence assessment tools have been identified and reviewed. A number of ICT based science learning objects have been identified and are being reviewed.