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Technology tools and ICT in Education

Technology tools and ICT in Education

Technology tools and ICT in Education

Course Overview

The use of technology in the modern classroom is especially important for educators eager to reach today’s tech-minded students. As a result, educators need to keep up with the latest developments in technology and software applications. By using innovative tools in the field of education, you will increase young people’s creativity, critical thinking, individuality and management skills. This course is designed for educators who would like to further their knowledge on the use of ICT in class and to experiment with new tools to have an effective, integrated and interactive classroom. The techniques acquired in the course will enable teachers to make their lessons more engaging for their students thus making them more effective.

Taking part in this Technology tools and ICT in Education course you will gain an outlook on best practices and concrete ways to use ICT to empower and support education. Through a hands-on approach and learning-by-doing methodology the participants will develop concrete ICT skills, discuss and exchange ICT best practices and reflect together how to use them in education and in the learning process.

Target Audience

This course is addressed to teachers, principals, trainers, educational counsellors, career counsellors, school psychologists, headmasters, school management and administrative staff working in primary schools, secondary schools, vocational schools, training centers, adult education schools, higher education and NGOs.

Course Objectives

  • Develop language and communication skills through digital technologies
  • Get an overview of the most important new technologies and of the growing trend of integrating ICT into education
  • Get to know the best apps, web platforms and ICT solution for teachers and education staff
  • Learn how to create engaging and interactive multimedia content and presentations
  • Provide suitable learning opportunities for all children
  • Learn how to digitally assess students’ knowledge and understanding in real-time
  • Learn the basic concepts of distance learning, e-learning and flipped classroom
  • Learn how to create a blog
  • Learn how to use ICT tools to make education more engaging, motivating and innovative
  • Get a new perspective on ICT tools and learn new ways and best practices to integrate ICT into teaching and training
  • Exchange best practices and share experiences with participants and staff coming throughout Europe.


The course methodology will ensure the active involvement of the participants in all phases, that is, prior, during and after the delivery of the course. More specifically, upon confirmation that the course will take place, the participants will receive preparatory material (if needed), which will cover all important concepts to be presented during the delivery of the course. The participants will have the opportunity to exchange feedback with the organiser of the course and the trainer as well as to request any clarification related to the content of the course.

Topics Included

  • Social Media Tools
  • Creating a student-friendly worksheet
  • Creating notes
  • Managing a digital classroom
  • Useful Applications for teaching
  • Using Google Classroom tools
  • Creating a quick class website
  • Creating multimedia content

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this Technology tools and ICT in Education course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of ICT in education
  • Use audiovisual platforms
  • Use online platforms for communication and sharing
  • Manage a virtual classroom
  • Use Google Drive and Google Apps as educational resources
  • Motivate students through serious digital games and online quizzes
  • Understand the Flipped Classroom Methodology
  • Search and select appropriate already available videos and other resources
  • Create audiovisual interactive activities
  • Deal with main issues using technology in class
  • Make students create their own content
  • Use different ways of getting a quick and easy assessment

Type of Certification

  • Certificate of attendance of the training course
  • Europass mobility certificate – to be issued by the applicant’s NA

Day 1 – Benefits of ICT tools in classroom

  • Welcoming and Introduction of the course
  • Presentation of participants
  • Ice-breaking activities
  • Advantages and disadvantages of using technology
  • What are the benefits of ICT tools in classroom?
  • ICT solutions in the classrooms
  • Pros and cons of ICT in Classroom.
  • ICT solutions for classroom management
  • Technology and critical thinking – how to implement both in your classroom

Day 2 – Google Classroom – dynamics and outcomes

  • Introduction of Google Classroom and Google education tools
  • Developing a lesson plan usin web 2.0 tools and other software applications
  • Using videos in the classroom and editing them
  • Editing tools
  • Exercises, activities and developing group projects by using newly introduced technology
  • Communicative activities: forums, chats, surveys (choice and feedback)

Day 3 – Flipped Classroom

  • Advantages of using Flipped Classroom – group discussion
  • Introduction to Flipped Classroom model
  • Essential ICT tools to motivate your students and enhance their motivation
  • Digital game based learning and gamification
  • Digital storytelling

Day 4 – Interactive tools in Education

  • ICT tools for collaboration, online quizzes, e-flashcards, creating videos
  • Ways to motivate students to collaborate with each other while using technology
  • Group work: designing your own digital classroom by integrating ICT tools in education
  • Fun and Effective tools like quizzes
  • How to include quizzes into a lesson plan and use them as strong support for the students
  • Creating and administering a quiz and an assignment
  • Game based learning- building lessons and activities based on games
  • Creation of Blogs- Blogger and eBooks
  • Parental Involvement into classroom

Day 5 – Online platforms

  • Social media
  • Exercises in designing and creating a blog
  • Online information resources: encyclopedia, libraries, journals, magazines
  • Creating a lesson around a video
  • Adding questions and discussion prompts to a video
  • How to balance the use of technology in our lives
  • Presentation of group/individual projects
  • Reflection and reflective teaching
  • Final remarks and group discussion
  • Exchange of ideas for future collaborations at European level

5 day course fee: 400€

The total cost includes:

  • Pre-arrival information
  • Administrative support before, during and after the training course
  • Course tuition and training materials
  • Training Certificate of Attendance
  • Confirmation of Europass Mobility Certificate
  • Administrative and organisational costs
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Cultural activities


Additionally, we can arrange for:

  • Accommodation (hotels & touristic apartments)
  • Trips
  • Airport transfer
  • Local transport


For additional services such as accommodation, guided city tours, airport, local transfers etc. as well as for courses lasting more or less than 5 days, please contact us for further information.

For groups of more than 5 persons from the same organization contact us so we can offer you a group discount.

Available Dates

  • 05/09/2022 – 10/09/2022
  • 03/10/2022 – 08/10/2022
  • 05/06/2023 – 10/06/2023

The above dates can be flexible, whereas new ones can also be provided to accommodate the needs or availability of participants. Please contact us to propose dates that better suit your group.

Thessaly Region

Thessaly is a geographical region in the central part of continental Greece. Its land is basically a large plain surrounded by high mountains. It borders to the north with the periphery of Macedonia, to the south with Sterea Ellada and to the west with Epirus, while on the east it is bathed by the Aegean Sea.

Thessaly is a blessed place. Let’s not forget that mountain Olympus is in it, the tallest mountain in Greece, where according to Greek Mythology, the 12 Gods used to live. The verdant green plains, the majestic mountains, the magnificent forests and the crystal clear waters of Aegean Sea, introduce the visitor to a region of unique and unspoiled nature.

Thessaly Region

In this prefecture you can tour the archaeological sites, see unique prehistoric and historical findings, monuments, churches and monasteries, landmarks of the history of the area. In Thessaly you can select the discreet tranquility and seek inspiration in the diversity of the landscape.

Larissa City

Larissa is the capital and largest city of Thessaly region of Greece and capital of the Larissa regional unit. It is a principal agricultural center and a national transportation hub, linked by road and rail with the port of Volos, the city of Thessaloniki and Athens. Larissa, within its municipality, has 162,591 inhabitants, while the regional unit of Larissa reached a population of 284,325. Today, Larissa is a major commercial and industrial center in Greece. Legend has it that Achilles was born here, and that Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, died here.

Larissa City

Larisa is a modern city built on the banks of Pinios river, and it is one of the most historic areas of Greece. It is a busy city, throbbing with life and strewn with monuments and points of interest. The city has beautiful squares, neighborhoods and parks, along with numerous commercial shops and many options as far as food and entertainment are concerned. It is said that the city has more than 1600 cafeterias (!) and is sometimes called as “the city of coffee”. But except for relaxing and drinking coffee, you should spend some time on sightseeing.

Activities In the city

  • The First Ancient Theater of Larissa, one of the registered city trademarks is and the largest theater in Thessaly, having a capacity of 10,000 people and it is located on the southern side of Frourio Hill in Larissa
  • The Diachronic Museum which contains important collections, from Paleolithic fossils to Byzantine times, Hellenistic and Roman sculptures, with an increased number of exhibits.
Diaxroniko Mouseio
Main exhibition
  • The Mill of Pappas (Mylos tou Pappa) which is a cultural heritage museum and a living part of our city’s history.
  • The Municipal Art Gallery of Larissa – G.I. Katsigras Museum where you can find significant art collections.
  • River Peneus, the river that runs through the city.
  • Fortress where the metropolitan church of Saint Achilleus is built.
  • The famous recreation area of Alcazar Park.
  • Τhe monument of Hippocrates where the grave of the “father of Medicine”, a marble statue and the Museum of Medicine can be found.

More cultural information you can find here.

Activities In the area

After you finish with the city center of Larissa, organize trips to the coastal settlements with the beautiful beaches or to the inner mountainous villages with the rich history and cultural tradition.

  • The rocks formations of Meteora, a UNESCO monument, in the prefecture of Trikala, attract a large number of foreign and Greek visitors, due to their unique nature.
  • The ski lovers can take the route to the Olympus ski center or Pelion ski center.
  • The valley of Tempi, formed between the mountains of Olympus and Ossa (Kissavos), with its verdant vegetation consisting mostly of water-loving trees, is one of the most picturesque areas of Greece. According to the Greek mythology, Dafni and the goddesses Artemis and Aphrodite used to bathe in the sources of the area.
  • The architecture and folklore lovers can visit the picturesque villages of Pelion or Ampelakia with the characteristic architectural style and history.
  • In the prefecture of Larissa, you can also enjoy the sea and the sun in the great sandy beaches of the Aegean Sea and take on water sports and other related activities. Greece has ranked second in the world among 49 countries on the 2021 Blue Flag quality award list for beaches with a total of 545 of its beaches receiving the Blue Flag label and 26 of them you can find in Thessaly!
Voreies Sporades
Agioi Saranta Thessaly

Thessaly is Welcoming You!!!


About the courses

  • We can provide laptops or any other technical equipment needed in our classrooms as well as other premises that we may visit during the training course. However, you are more than welcome to bring your own laptop.
  • English is the official language of our training courses.
  • We have planned interactive courses for a duration of five days / Each course has an additional excursion day.
  • All our trainees are provided with a certificate of attendance as well as all the necessary Europass or Youthpass Mobility documents at the end of their course. For more information on the Europass Mobility documents, consult your National Europass Centre.
  • We are flexible to design a tailor-made course for your organization, if there is a minimum number of participants, so don’t hesitate to contact us to hear your needs and requests and adapt them in our existing courses.
  • You can express your interest in more than one course since the application is submitted by an organization. Therefore, you can choose different courses to be attended by several people from your organisation. Please check how many applications can be submitted by each organization and what are the aims of your organization in terms of the professional development of the staff.

About your application

  • There is not a deadline for expressing your interest in a course, however, there is a deadline for submitting your application for the Erasmus+ funding. The deadline for 2022 is the 23rd of February 2022. You can contact us before that, in order to help you with your application form.
  • You should apply through your organization (e.g. school, NGO, Adult Centre etc.) in order to be eligible for the funding provided by the Erasmus+ program, not as an individual.
  • The host organization that you may choose, must be located in a different country than your own organization. The mobility is approved only between two different countries.
  • Organizations, eligible for this kind of learning opportunities, are:
    • Any public or private Higher Education institution
    • Any public or private organization in the field of Vocational Education and Training (VET)
    • Any public or private school
    • Any public or private organization in the field of adult education
    • Any Youth organization or NGO

    More information can be provided by your National Agency.

  • You do not need to send any money at this preparatory phase. Money needs to be transferred after the approval of your organization’s application by the NA of your country.
  • PIC number is the 9-digit Participant Identification Code that is used to identify organizations and it is provided after their registration on the Erasmus+ platform.
  • OID number is the 8-digit Organisation ID, which is prefixed with an E, and it is obtained in order to identify organisations. Organisations that have already participated in Erasmus+ projects and have a PIC number, have been assigned an OID automatically therefore, they do not need to register again.
  • The National Agency of your country is responsible to approve or not your application. Unfortunately, we are not the ones to do so.
  • KAINOTOMIA PIC 921613006 & OID E10137242 numbers

Here you can find useful links that may help you in your proposal submission:

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Please note:

The schedule describes likely activities but may differ significantly based on the trainer delivering the specific session and the requests of the participants.

If you would like to discuss a specific topic, please indicate it at least 4 weeks in advance. Course modifications are subject to the trainer’s discretion.

The trainer will send you the definitive course schedule approximately two weeks before the course as well as preparatory material (if needed), which will cover all important concepts to be presented during the delivery of the course.

If you don’t find a course that matches your specifics, please contact us so we can arrange a tailor-made course that better suits your needs and requests.

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