1. Collection of good practices
The first project result will be the collection of all the good practices exchanged during the project on the three thematic areas: 1) Teaching methodologies applied to the subject related to Industry 4.0 (mechanics mechatronics, automation, robotics etc.), including those addressing the theme of sustainability 2) Teaching methodologies to foster the inclusion of students with fewer opportunities 3) Transnational activities carried out to foster the international dimension of VET schools. Every practice will be described in a standard template developed by the partnership that will provide users the information required to replicate it in their schools (e.g. required material, max number of students involved, expected learning outcomes, step-by-step instruction to implement the practice, links to extra materials etc.).
2. Training methodology
This project result consists of a set of training activities for teachers aimed at updating their teaching skills and their current methodologies to: deliver classes in technical subjects mechanics and mechatronics that are interesting and appealing for students; make students with fewer opportunities more included and provide them with key competences that might positively affect their personal development; introduce or improve the international dimension to their lessons in order to make students more interested and motivated in learning thanks to the interaction with other countries (e.g. physical, virtual and blended mobility). The training activities will be tested during the three training seminars foreseen by the activities and they will be delivered in the form of PDFs info sheets with instructions.
3. E-Learning on internationalisation strategies
The third Project Result will be dedicated to provide VET teachers with an online training course explaining the different activities that can be organised at transnational level. The online training course will be developed on the online platform Moodle, It will be an online self-paced E-Learning based on the practices exchanged on internationalisation strategies. The training modules will be based on the different methodologies, and tools on how to offer local students training activities that enable the acquisition of key competences, typically generated by learning mobility experiences.