Scientific Coordination

Professor João Filipe Matos

Introduction and course goals

This Master’s aims to train trainers and other educational practitioners concerning the use of digital technology in distance training, emphasizing e-learning and blended learning and with a view to developing the following skills:

  • Researching, choosing and adapting educational digital resources to create training activities through e-learning;
  • Assisting in the development of e-learning and b-learning training modules and units as regards their planning, instructional design and development;
  • Choosing, evaluating, installing, configuring and managing applications for distance and e-learning training (LMS) and/or web 2.0 tools;
  • Intervening in the moderation of synchronous and asynchronous communication among trainees and between these and the trainer;
  • Assisting in the evaluation of e-learning training courses as regards instrumentation and data analysis modes;
  • Carrying out a critical, informed reflection about the potentials and constraints brought by several forms of distance and e-learning training.

Target Groups

 

Holders of a Bachelor’s degree or legal equivalent in the fields of Education/Educational Sciences;

Holders of a foreign higher degree granted following a 1st Cycle of studies organized according to the principles of the Bologna Process by a State acceding to this Process in the fields of Education/Educational Sciences;

Holders of a foreign higher degree in the field of Education/Educational Sciences that is recognised by the Scientific Council of the Institute of Education as complying with the objectives of the Bachelor’s degree;

Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognised by the Scientific Council of the Institute of Education as certifying the ability to carry out this study cycle.

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