The Self Assessment Tool serves as a utility to help users of the ONLIFE Learning Environment to self diagnose areas, which were determined by the ONLIFE Project partners as essential for the successful engagement of professionals (primarily SE teachers) in various ways of online, hybrid and blended learning. The report delivered by the tool after the user provides answers to all queries indicates the modules of the ONLIFE Learning Environment which are considered as best to attend in order to improve one’s performance. The bigger the bar over a certain module appears, the more important is the module considered to be worked through. It needs to be stressed that the Tool is not a test, there is no assessment involved and the data is not recorded. If one wants to compare suggestions delivered by the Tool before taking certain module to those after going through the module, the Tool needs to be used again. For comparison of results, we recommend taking a screen shot.
Based on your answers, here come recommendation as to which modules of the ONLIFE Learning Environment are considered as the most essential to work through in order to improve the overall preparedness for embedding online teaching elements and project based learning concepts in ones performance as a trainer or teacher. Remember: the higher the bar, the more important to take the module.
The list of the modules
Module 1: Introducing ONLIFE
Module 2: Online training for learning with online learning environments
Module 3: Digital Skills for online teaching
Module 4: Cooperating, sharing resources and co-teaching
Module 5: Online teaching strategies and relevant practices to enable student learning
Module 6: Effective communication and collaboration using technology
Module 7: Disruptive educational scenarios: how teachers adapt to find solutions
Module 8: Teachers as future multipliers
Level A: Changemaker – Lead changes linking stakeholders to plan a response to the situation;
Level B: Active – Member of a team proposing solutions for disruptive situations;
Level C: Adapt – Adapt the plans to his/her specific situation;
Level D: Adopt – Able to implement readymade methods and tools in the classroom;
Level E: Passive – Know the problems and tools, waiting to hear about what to do;
Level F: Unaware – Unaware of the problems caused by new situations, and the actions to be taken.