A Pedagogical ICT licence consists of a fixed number of modules (5 up to 8): a number of compulsory modules and a number of optional modules. Each module follows the same structure dealing with an overall theme that is described both from a pedagogical and from an ICT-skill point of view.
A module consists of the following types of material:
- Articles, case studies and examples of good practice that focus on the pedagogical possibilities that arise from ICT integration
- ICT exercises, the ICT skills (platform independent). The exercises illustrate key functions and issues in the ICT theme of the module
- ICT manuals (platform dependent) Module assignment Pedagogical discussions and the preparation of the assignment paper takes place in the team where as the work with the ICT exercises and ICT manuals is individual according to the level of ICT skills of each participant. You can say that each teacher digs into the material to the level she needs.
The EPICT Syllabus
The EPICT course content is based upon the EPICT Syllabus, a detailed overview of the competencies teachers should arrive at during the course.
The full EPICT Syllabus is not public, but a condensed version is available. Click here