MOOC: Innovative Collaborative Learning with ICT

University of Valladolid (Spain)
University Pompeu Fabra Barcelona
Designing and implementing Collaborative Learning with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 
is a challenge for both novel and experienced teachers in face to face and online contexts. It requires a good 
understanding of social learning and hands on experience.

This course offers a pragmatic approach to the use of ICT tools for supporting Collaborative Learning in everyday 

teaching practice. The course introduces well-known Collaborative Learning techniques as well as a web-based 
community environment for facilitating the design and enactment of those techniques using widely-used 
technological tools (Virtual Learning Environments such as Moodle, web 2.0 tools as Google Drive, etc.).
*To know and apply well-known strategies for structuring Collaborative Learning situations.
*To design “non-trivial” Collaborative Learning situations with the help of purpose-specific ICT tools.
- Beyond the use of a discussion forum or the collaborative writing of reports).
*To implement (and test) Collaborative Learning situations using existing ICT tools.
- Virtual Learning Environments (e.g., Moodle).
- Web 2.0 tools (e.g., Google Drive).
*To reflect and discuss about the barriers and emerging problems that arise when trying to 
apply Collaborative Learning strategies using ICT tools.
COURSE DATES: Jun 12 - Jul 17, 2017 (5 weeks)
WORKLOAD: 3 hours / week
REQUIREMENTS: English or Spanish
TARGET AUDIENCE: The course is especially aimed at innovative Secondary, Vocational Training and 
Higher Education teachers (both in-service and pre-service). Nevertheless, teachers from other educational 
levels/domains are also welcome. Indeed, everybody interested in the innovative use of technology for learning is welcome!

A certificate will be issued to those participants completing the activities of the course.

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