Di-struct! project aims at promoting the use of digital tools and content in vocational education and training in Europe. In this context, the initial activity of the project was to establish the development of MOOC courses based on the result of the SELFIE self-evaluation questionnaire. During the first partner meeting, it resulted the complexity and time-consuming nature of the SELFIE 360-degree self-evaluation questionnaire and for this reason partners decided to develop a more specific system with the objective of:

directly support the design of the courses,

  • assess the active learning knowledge and experiences of the teachers;
  • assess VET teachers knowledge concerning digital tools/applications and their experience in using said tools in a classroom environment;
  • address the questions about the SELFIE for School system;
  • integrate the SELFIE for Teachers to assess the digital competences of teachers, digital tools used in classroom, digital tools for knowledge assessment, digital learning competencies of students.

This report is the result of the analysis of the answers to the survey “Di-Struct – Digital teaching and learning in VET”. It collected valuable information from the four European countries involved in this project. In particular, 23 answers arrived from Italy, 20 from Hungary, 15 from Portugal and 7 from France. The majority of the participants were either classified as a professional/vocational teacher or a teacher of a general subject.

The survey presented has three main parts:

  • The first part gives an overview on the state of schools according to the SELFIE survey;
  • The second part focuses on two issues: (i) the active learning knowledge and experiences of VET teachers and trainers, (ii) digital tools, which are commonly used and how these digital educational tools are able to use for support and enhance the active learning and students involvement in classroom and home learning;
  • The third and final part of the report discusses SELFIE from the perspective of the teachers. At the end of this report a short summary of the findings of the survey is provided.

Would you like to discover them? You can find the full report here.