Novigado: MOOC and capacity-building programme completed
The Novigado project is on the homestretch, just a couple of months from finishing all the activities! Read here an update on what has been happening in the past months and what is coming up next.
Novigado’s Capacity-Building Programme was running from June until December, involving 24 schools from France, Poland, Portugal, and Turkey. Teachers in these schools took part in workshops and were then putting active learning methodologies into practice in their schools and classrooms. The participating schools have written articles which will be published in the Novigado blog.
The partners have also put together an active learning training manual (including a comprehensive set of presentations and supporting materials) that will help schools and teacher trainers to replicate the training or parts of it. The training manual will be published by May in five languages.
The evaluation activities have been closely linked with the capacity-building programme, including surveys, interviews and self-assessments. The project partner Canopé (FR) is working on the analysis and reporting based on all the input collected. The evaluation report will be published during spring.
MOOC on active learning in flexible learning environments
The Novigado MOOC took place from 17 January until 23 February. A total of 3158 people signed up for the course and 1914 of them started following at least one course module. Finally, 687 participants achieved the course certificate (meaning they went over all the materials and completed all activities).
Based on the post-course survey, 98% rated the overall value of the course as “Good” or “Very good”. 91% of the respondents would recommend this course to a colleague (agree & strongly agree) as well as 94% said that they will use the ideas and examples presented in the course.
The course is over but you can access the browse the content for self-learning purposes any time.
Learning Scenario tool
The Novigado learning scenario tool was used during the MOOC and was appreciated by many users. The tool is totally free of charge and accessible to anyone – only FCL login account is needed.
A collection of curated learning scenarios from the online course will be published during April on the FCL website.
Final report and final conference
The project’s final report is in preparation as well as the final conference that will take place in May as an online conference. Stay tuned for more updates!Back