Innovative practices in schools are the outcome of a combination of factors, including the teacher’s primary role in directing methodological and technological innovation. In order to make this happen, the teacher – as an expert and educational leader – needs a repertoire of specific skills that allow for critical and situated adoption of tools, processes and learning resources. This paper describes the educational structure and features of some online and blended courses intended for initial and continuous teacher training. These courses are designed to support teachers in acquiring strategic competences for their work. Starting from the experience of the University of Foggia, the authors intend to offer their perspective on the prominence of teacher training within the framework of school innovation.
|Numero di pagine||18|
|Rivista||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DIGITAL LITERACY AND DIGITAL COMPETENCE|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2016|
- Digital Competences
- Instructional Design
- Lifelong Learning
- Teacher Training