A very productive workshop took place yesterday afternoon at the USAL Faculty of Education.
María José Rodríguez Conde and Antonio M. Seoane Pardo, academic staff of the faculty and researchers of the E-EVALINTO project met teachers from two institutes of Secondary education in Salamanca, IES Venancio Blanco and IES García Bernalt, who are participating in the pilot phase of the project and a group of future teachers of the Master in Education.
The goals were to investigate the concepts of peer mentoring and e-evaluation from a methodological point of view and to start designing and implementing an intercultural mentoring programme in schools. A complete route through the E-EVALINTO Virtual Campus (Moodle platform for teacher training, tailored online spaces for the development of activities with the students of each pilot school and evaluation tools) has completed the meeting.
Thanks to all the participants for the active collaboration!