On September 16th, an online meeting organized by the Digital Society School (DSS) was held.
On September 16, an online meeting was held organized by the Digital Society School (DSS), where the member of CRiEDO Cristina Mercader, as co-coordinator of the D-Eva project, welcomed the new participants joining the project by the DSS, from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, in the Netherlands.
The team, made up of Minayel, Jafar, Sarah and Oluwafemi, will participate in the development of the second intellectual Output of the project: the development of the D-EvaHub. During the past few months, the D-Eva team has been working on the design and prototype of this hub, which will contain resources, tools and evaluation experiences with digital tools for practical skills in the university environment. In the session on September 16, the team introduced themselves and shared their goals and plans to achieve them. The group of 4 participants will be mentored by Professor Mari Luz García Archidona from the DSS.
Currently, the team is working on creating digital assessment solutions with digital tools, which will be available to all teachers, ready to use or be adapted. The team of participants, as part of the Digital Society School program, will participate in this development process of the second intellectual Output.
The project "Practical skills evaluation with digital technology in teacher education" is part of the Erasmus + program of the European Union (Ref. 2020-1-ES01-KA226-HE-095485) and has partners from the Netherlands, Iceland and Romania , under the coordination of professors Georgeta Ion and Cristina Mercader.
For more information about the D-Eva project consult its website.
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