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Erasmus+ | Making Technology Work in the Classroom

Erasmus+ | Making Technology Work in the Classroom

At a glance

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    Course Location

    Dublin and Athlone

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    Course Dates and Prices

    Please check Erasmus+ calendar

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    1 to 2 week options

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    Arrival days

    Saturdays and Sundays

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    Class Size

    15 maximum, 6 minimum

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    Student Age

    Varies from 22 to 65

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    Individuals and Groups

    Both accepted

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    Entry Requirements

    Minimum level of English:B2, upper-intermediate
    Recommended to bring your own device

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    Cultural Activities

    2 teacher-led activities included per week

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    Comfort hotel, residence and host family options

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    Public transport(if required) and airport transfers included in Erasmus+ package price

Course Introduction

Making Technology Work in the Classroom is designed with hands-on workshops which give the teacher lots of practical techniques that they can bring back to their classroom. The course is delivered through the medium of English, which gives participants an opportunity to refresh and improve their communication skills in an authentic workplace environment.

The programme is divided into 10 course days and participants can choose any of the following options

  • Making Technology Work in the Classroom (1) (week 1, 5 course days)
  • Making Technology Work in the Classroom (2) (week 2, 5 course days) or
  • Making Technology Work in the Classroom (1&2) (week 1&2, 10 course days)

Learner Profile

Primary and Secondary School Teachers (of English) who are interested in how technology-enhanced learning can be put into practice in their classroom.

Learner Outcomes

By the end of the course, participants will have

  • experienced the techniques for the use of technology in the classroom and exposure to EU colleagues leading to an increased capacity to trigger modernisation and international opening within their organisations
  • devised and prepared to run better quality activities and more attractive programmes for their students in line with their needs and expectations through the use of technology-mediated collaboration and publication as demonstrated in this course
  • increased potential opportunities for professional and career development through becoming comfortable with technology are better equipped to develop as leaders of implementation projects without their school, or in the educational sector generally
  • increased the potential for motivation and satisfaction in their daily work through becoming more comfortable in the English language as a medium for teaching and learning, and through being able to contribute constructively to technology enhancement programmes in their school and have an input into the direction of these programmes.

Making Technology Work in the Classroom
Sample Schedule for Mornings or Afternoons*

*Please note the actual morning or afternoon schedule will be confirmed to participants one month in advance of the course start date

Making Technology Work in the Classroom

The course has broadened my vision about using technology to teach in class and it helps me to think more about using different projects to improve students' different abilities and prepare them for the new social learning environment.

Fei Guan


Future Learning’s Erasmus+ PIC


Our Participant Identification Code (PIC) identifies Future Learning as an Erasmus+ training provider. We would be happy to work with your institution to develop an Erasmus+ project which includes our teacher training course and that will attract EU funding for professional development through your national agency.

Future Learning’s OID Number


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