TABLIO: Training for teacher on the use of tablets as tools for differentiation and inclusion in classroom
TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion is a project aimed at developing and validating pedagogical arrangements for classroom differentiation and inclusion purposes.
The project offers a free three days training course to 15 teachers of primary and secondary schools, to learn about the use of tablet as an instrument for the promotion of alternative educational paths such as differentiation in classrooms.
The training course will be held on the 10th of January and the 6th of February at I.I.S. “Duca Abruzzi – Libero Grassi”in Palermo (Italy) and the 5th of March at CESIE (Via Roma, 94), in Palermo from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Between one meeting and another, teachers will take to class with their students what they have learned and developed during the training days.
– Being a teacher of primary and / or secondary school
– Having a tablet or other mobile device to work with students in the classroom
– Having an access to Wi-fi connection at school
TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion
Training for teachers
10 January and 6 February 2019 | 11.00 – 14.00 | I.I.S. Duca Abruzzi – Libero Grassi | Via Emerico Fazio, 1 – 90143,Palermo
5 March 2019 | ore 11.00 – 14.00 | CESIE, via Roma, 94 – 90133, Palermo
The training course will be focused on the differentiation as an essential element for inclusive pedagogical approaches: teachers will develop new educational paths and reproduce them in classroom through the use of tablets or other mobile devices.
A certificate of attendance will be released by CESIE to all participants at the end of the training course.
About the project
TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2: Strategic Partnerships for school education aiming at promoting the use of tablets and other mobile devices to support teachers of primary and secondary education in the implementation of differentiation strategies in schools.