Tablet training by Euneos since 2011

How to use tablets in school is the Euneos course I like most. Why? Because it was the course that made Euneos break as an #ErasmusPlus course provider. Viljenka Šavli, the Slovenian expert of educational use of ICT, gave a surprise to course participants when she presented tablets in one EU course of Euneos. It happened as early as 2011. Not everyone had seen a tablet by then.
Since then a lot has happened in school education. Now tablets and smartphones are an essential part of everyday, also in schools. We couldn’t imagine digital turn in schools without them. 

Euneos organised the first course solely about tablet use in 2013. Together with #ErasmusPlus program a year later tablet courses took their place as one cornerstone of Euneos courses. In addition to general use, training has been given for special topics, such as teaching science and math, and also English, using tablets and apps. 

Vili, as everybody calls Viljenka, is a trainer who wants to develop her skills to perfection. This means that she is only happy when she can give participants the newest knowledge about innovations, approaches and practices. Thanks to her great experience Vili can easily estimate the value of an app or service in the practice of lessons. She is a legendary trainer.

The next tablet course where Vili is going to train is near Porto, Portugal 8-14 October 2017. The venue is a school, and all training will be as close to school practices as possible. The course is CONFIRMED. So, first visit https://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=79 to see what the course is all about. Then register yourself, as the website advises.

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manager of Euneos Corp., EU course provider since 2006, senior lecturer of high school (retired), language teacher, writer

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One comment on “Tablet training by Euneos since 2011
  1. […] courses focus on the use of handheld devices in teaching and learning math & sciences etc. Tallinn Estonia 24-30 Sept 2017, CONFIRMED, some places […]

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