Enhance education and learning with game elements.
ECVET points: 3.5
Teachers and trainers in primary, secondary schools, vocational education schools and organizations, adult learning providers.
Upon completion of the training course, the participant is expected to:
- Understand the concept of gamification in education
- Use different types of games for learning purposes
- Design courses and lesson plans with game elements
- Facilitate and evaluate game-based learning in classroom
- Examples and case studies
- Workshops and exercises facilitated by the trainer
- Gamification – basic principles
- Web-based virtual reality games
- Board games
- Role-play in education
The learning material consists of presentations and support material in English language.
Natassa Kazantzidou. European projects consultant, responsible for IDEC lifelong learning centre, certified adult trainer. She has studies in engineering, information systems and social and educational policies. Expert in education policies, quality in education, curriculum design and innovation in education.
Peny Fylaktaki. Playwright and theatre translator. She teaches translation and playwriting courses at universities. She has been awarded with the National Prize for Playwrights by the Ministry of Culture.
Olga Economou. Information Technology teacher in primary and secondary schools and tutor in adult education. Specialises in e-learning and is certified by the School of Pedagogical and Technological Education.
Tuition fee: 350 euro per person
The cost includes the learning material and the certificates: Certificate of completion, Europass Certificate Supplement, Europass Mobility.
Cultural activities: 80 euro per person (Not applicable for the courses organised in Korinthia.)
The cost includes a) a walking tour of Piraeus and welcome dinner, b) a guided tour of Athens, visit to Archaeological sites and c) common dinner with live music in Athens. The cost of local transportation and the entrance fees to sites and museums are not included.
The cost can be funded by Erasmus+ programme KA1 mobility of staff.
Nice week, nice people, nice course, useful and funny formation week.Joan Ramon, Escola Oficial d'Idiomes de Leida, Spain
Good organisation and kind people.Elina, Tabasalu Gymnasium, Estonia
Power for the future! See next time in a new course!Lea, Tabasalu Gymnasium, Estonia
30% theory, 70% practice. Thank you!Irina, Rīgas Rīnūžu vidusskola, Latvia
Great work! Thank you very much!Ilona, Liepaja Centre Primary School, Latvia.
I learned the importance of incorporating gaming in my lesson plan. And how it helps to create a classroom which is interesting and engaged. Thanks to everyone from IDEC!Anna, Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), Namimbia
It was a great course, I have met great people. I have learned a lot from the course and discussions during the training. I hope we all keep in touch and continue sharing knowledge.Selma, Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), Namimbia
I have learned a lot about different ICT tools, games and applications that could be used in the learning process.Anna, Stowarzyszenie Trenerów Organizacji Pozarządowych, Poland