The SAFA Foundation presented this week in Seville the intellectual outputs of the Erasmus+ project “Technical Innovation in Blended Learning”, co-funded by the European Union. The project has been developed by the TIBL association under the Key Action for cooperation in innovation and the exchange of good practices.
The main objective of the project, presented at the Portaceli school in Seville to teachers of Vocational Training, university and company trainers, is to make available to these professionals a simple tool that helps them and guides them in the design, implementation and evaluation process of blended learning courses. All this, from an innovative perspective that has as a reference modern pedagogical approaches and quality assurance systems.
In the project, coordinated by the Professional Training Department of the Central Directorate of the SAFA Foundation, the following partners also participated: La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), Aveiro University (Portugal), European Foundation for Quality in Blended Learning (Austria) and Swedish Association of Distance Learning (Sweden).
Likewise, teachers have a transferability guide to apply the model proposed by the TIBL project to other training scenarios and to other educational stages other than Vocational Training.
Over 30 teachers and trainers from different public and private centers attended this presentation.