One of the complex products of "Thesaurus - Treasury for Adult Education", realized in two years conjointly by the project is the Methodology of the project. We invite you to discover and to use it in the online version or to download the offline version. The main objective of our work is to create a new method for adult learners which we entitled "occupational therapy" combining the use of the project's LMS (in a demarche of embedded learning of IT), traditions and learning languages.

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METHODOLOGY OF TRAINING TRAINERS

Teaching traditions as occupational prophylactic therapies for adults

by the revolutionary Learning Management System of the project

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  • Chapter one - Generally speaking

0) Logging-in with a special security measure

1) Presentation of the main Thesaurus Grundtvig info website;

2) Some details the main Thesaurus Grundtvig info website;

3) Main page of the LMS; entering the LMS of Thesaurus Grundtvig Partnership; the user space and the LMS courses;

 

  • Chapter two - From the user perspective – the adult learner space in the LMS

4) The user space – social tools – the Chat, the Forum, the Inbox; visiting a course space of Romanian folklore;

5) The user space: composing, answering and sending messages using the internal system of communication of the LMS;

6) The user space: communicating with the user and scheduling events in the LMS;

7) The user space: tools for evaluation and for providing feedback – the tests;

8) The user space: tools for evaluation and for providing feedback – the surveys;

9) The user space: tools for evaluation and for providing feedback – the assignments;

10) The user space: tools for evaluation and for providing feedback – the attendances and monitoring the progress;

11) The user space: tools for evaluation and for providing feedback – the assessments;

12) Creative encyclopedic user – the wiki space;

13) Other useful tips for users;

  • Chapter three - The LMS administrator – course creator-trainer space

14) The menu for course creators – trainers and its functions (left side);

15) The menu for course creators – trainers and its functions (upper side) - 1;

16) The menu for course creators – trainers and its functions (upper side) – 2; Reporting;

17) The menu for course creators – trainers and its functions (upper side) – 3; Dashboard;

18) Administrators tools: main view;

19) Users panel and its tools;

20) Courses panel and its tools;

21) Portal panel and its tools;

22) Course sessions panel and its tools;

23) System panel and its tools;

24) Skills panel and its tools;

  • Chapter four - Into the course space as course creator, trainer or administrator

A. Authoring tools

25) Course description;

26) Documents;

27) Links;

28) Tests;

29) Announcements;

30) Assessments;

31) Glossary;

32) Attendances;

33) Learning Path;

  • B. Interaction tools

34) Agenda;

35) Forums Users, Chat, Groups;& Dropbox;

36) Assignments;

37) Surveys;

38) Wiki & Notebook;

  • C. Administration tools

39) Projects;

40) Reporting;

41) Settings;

42) Backup;

  • Chapter five – Teaching using traditions, creating occupational therapies

43) Creating learning objects from documentary movies produced in the project;

44) Using both the LMS and practicing traditions, creating occupational therapies: good practices examples.

45) Training course spaces using traditions.