O3 – Online toolkit

Activity 1 – User Needs Analysis
The User Need Analysis will draw on the findings of the SELFIE reports and the interviews conducted earlier in the project and identify the issues and challenges teachers face when using digital technologies within a school context, both for educational purposes or for teachers professional development.
Activity 2 – Design and development of the toolkit
All partners will collect, describe and review tools, resources and best practices related to the topics of the critical digital literacy framework that could be included in the online toolkit. Further tools might also be identified through the SELFIE school reports and teacher interviews, especially as for resources in national languages are concerned. After the collection, partners will make a selection of tools and resources. The content will be teacher generated in the teachers’ native language and will be used as examples of good practice which will collate the few pre-existing case studies and develop for example, new case studies, exemplars, rubrics, templates, demonstrations of the pedagogical approach, which can be continually updated
after the project end. A design pattern model will be adopted as this approach has been used in the past successfully by project partners to produce similar resources.
Activity 3 – User-testing and refinement of the toolkit
All schools in the project will trial the use of the online toolkit. The University of Florence will design, create and deliver an online form to collect feedback, including video interviews of teachers for later use in dissemination where appropriate.
Activity 4 – Publication of the toolkit
In conjunction with the overall dissemination plan the online toolkit will be published on the project’s website and widely disseminated by all partners