Project number: 2020-1-UK01-KA226-SCH-094537
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Tide project Summary
COVID19 had and will continue to have many devastating impacts on all. The educational systems had to adapt very quickly, and research is now showing that remote education and e-training activities are increased. The changes observed in information and communication technologies change social life as well as reshape the educational and business environments that require access to information, creating information, and using information. Today, education should be in an approach that equips students according to the uncertainty, complexity, and technological needs of the future, in accordance with the phenomena that come into our lives such as cybernetics, robotics, big data, nano technology, artificial intelligence, global citizenship and the digital age and the concept of “Industry 4.0”.
Remote education is one of the areas where technology is used the most. In many countries of the world, a fast and compulsory transition has been made to distance education due to the pandemic. Distance education is an educational process in which the student is active, contributes to the content, uses different web2.0 and asynchronous training tools, and allows individual development.
For this reason, the starting point of our project is to provide a quality and efficient education in distance education, to be active teachers and students, and to use different web2.0 and asynchronous education tools effectively.
-To contribute to the more efficient and effective distance education through the exchange of good practices in the 6 participating countries.
-To contribute to the development of teachers in personal and professional areas in the distance education process.
-To contribute to the most effective and efficient use of distance education by students.
-Contributing to the institutional capacity of partner institutions in distance education.
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