The number of students choosing to study computing at university level is falling across Europe. In order to keep Europe’s economy growing, we need to encourage more students to choose to study ICT & technology. This is particularly true for girls as women account for only 19% of ICT managers.
Incorporating eSkills into your everyday teaching with your classes will help to equip your pupils with the skills that they will need for their future careers – and can also be great fun.
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eSkills for Jobs 2014 has developed a comprehensive resource to help teachers introduce the concepts of ICT and coding to their classes. Download the Teacher Toolkit in PDF format, or select one of the links from the left navigation. You can also explore eSkills teaching resources using the filters below.
The course is designed as an introductory course for you to use as a starting point to explore some of the ideas and tools further. It is relevant to secondary teachers from all subjects and all levels of experience.
If you are a primary school teacher who needs tools or resources on how to teach computing, this MOOC is here to help you with ideas, concepts, processes and skills that are important in computing and then introduce you to the tools and resources that can help you teach these concepts in the classroom.
This open and free online course is part of the eSkills 4 Jobs campaign and aims to guide teachers in how to develop a range of digital skills and to introduce them to the tools and resources that are available to them.
BITKOMs youth initiative “erlebe it” offers many of it´s courses on internet safety, social media or introduction into programming as complete download packages with worksheets and instructions on the teaching portal “Lehrer Online”. Some of these courses were developed with support from the “e-Skills for jobs” campaign and were tested out in schools all around Germany. So far “erlebe it” has already realised 600 workshops and events for over 20,000 pupils and about 2,000 training courses for teachers and parents. Schools can also book a so called IT-Scout, a trained professional in the field, for support in a technical lesson or guidance in occupational orientation
Are you a student, graduate or professional that is interested in science, technology, engineering or maths? ‘Are you looking for the job of your dreams? What are you waiting for? Job platforms can search and find. Or can they do more? What if one could increase the quality and accuracy of your results? What if one had an intelligent matching system that points out what qualifications you are missing, offers you the appropriate trainings to get them, and then puts you in touch with the top companies?
Skillage assesses your understanding of ICT in an employment setting. Each question has a number of possible answers that will explore a particular ICT skill. Some have straight answers, but some will make you think a bit. You might even disagree with some of the answers, but its designed to make you think about each topic, and consider if you really know how to do it.
The challenges of today will be solved by the designers of tomorrow. That’s why Autodesk gives students, educators, and educational institutions free* access to professional design software, creativity apps, and real-world projects. Autodesk Education helps inspire and prepare the next generation to imagine, design, and create a better world.
SAP Learning Hub provides access to more than 80 free courses within its discovery edition, along with other free offerings. This overview document covers all free SAP Education courses currently available via SAP Learning Hub.
openSAP is SAP’s innovative learning platform and a thought leader for Enterprise MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). How can you balance your busy work schedule, while learning how SAP innovations could potentially transform your business? With openSAP, of course! Whether you’re an SAP professional, developer, consultant, entrepreneur, professor or student you can keep up to date with the latest innovations from SAP. openSAP courses are free of charge (except for optional system access) and are offered in English. See the openSAP course listings for more information.
This website contains numerous information sheets and exercises to enhance the study, understanding and teaching of design and technology