Guide for VET Teachers: breaking down qualification barriers in digital vocational teaching

ade logoThe Guide for Vocational and Technical School Teachers is a comprehensive resource developed as part of the ADE project. It aims to empower teachers in overcoming qualification barriers and effectively embracing digital vocational teaching methods. With its diverse range of topics and practical insights, this guide equips teachers with the necessary skills and tools to thrive in the digital learning environment.

What can you find inside the Teachers' Guide?

Introduction: Explore the purpose and benefits of the guide in adapting to digital vocational teaching.
The Best Equipment for Online Teaching: Discover essential equipment and tools for delivering effective online lessons.
Online Courses: Gain insights into synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid education models for effective lesson planning.
How to Plan Online Lessons: Learn strategies and techniques for planning engaging and interactive online lessons.
Online Application Skills in Vocational Education and Training: Explore effective classroom management strategies, hybrid learning approaches, virtual laboratory practices, and student group work techniques.
How to Teach Online Lessons: Discover best practices and effective methods for delivering online lessons.
Web2 Tools: Explore various web tools to enhance the online learning experience.
Online Learning Tools: Dive into online learning platforms such as Google Classroom, StoryboardThat, Flipgrid, and Blendspace.
Online Coding and Programming Tools: Explore coding and programming tools such as Scratch,, W3schools, and Tynker.
Online Presentation Tools: Learn about presentation tools such as Prezi, Google Slides, Powerpoint, Nearpod, Emaze, and Thinglink.
Online Collaboration Tools: Discover tools like Zoom, Google Docs, Padlet, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet for effective collaboration and communication.
Online Video and Design Tools: Explore tools such as Canva, Powtoon, Youtube Studio, Moovly, and Animaker for creating engaging videos and designs.
Online Assessment and Evaluation: Learn about assessment tools like Quizizz, Quizlet, Formative, Socrative, Plickers, and Google Forms.
Game-Based Teaching Methods: Discover engaging game-based teaching methods using tools like Kahoot, Wordwall, Classdojo, Educandy, and Learning Apps.
Legal Principles of Online Learning: Understand legal principles in the preparation and use of learning materials and personal data security.
Effective Communication and Cooperation Skills: Learn about interaction, effective communication skills, and cooperation techniques in distance education.
Distance Education Methods and Tools: Explore a range of methods and tools specifically designed for distance education.
Material Development for Distance Education: Gain insights into developing effective learning materials for distance education.
Student Responsibilities in Online Education: Understand the role and responsibilities of students in the online learning environment.
Online Learning Communities: Discover the benefits and strategies for building online learning communities.
Student Motivation: Learn techniques for motivating students in an online learning environment and strategies for increasing student motivation.
Time Management: Discover effective time management techniques for teachers and students.

The Guide for Vocational and Technical School Teachers provides a wealth of information and practical guidance for educators in embracing digital vocational teaching. From planning online lessons to utilizing various web tools, collaboration platforms, and assessment methods, this guide empowers teachers to deliver engaging and effective online education.

To access the full guide and unlock the wealth of resources and insights it offers, visit ADE official website and navigate to the Project results section. The guide is available for free and aims to assist teachers in breaking down qualification barriers and achieving excellence in digital vocational teaching.