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TEDIS project

Project title: Tools and techniques supporting teachers and lecturers in distance learning (EOG/21/K4/W/0067).

Aim of the project

The aim of the project is to develop competences in distance teaching with the use of online tools among staff working in the field of formal and non-formal education, in particular university and secondary school teachers.

Project duration:
1 March 2023 – 30 April 2024 – 14 months

Project results

As part of the project, 12 online courses (in Polish, English, or Icelandic) will be created in the following areas:

  • Use of Miro collaborative whiteboards for interactive distance teaching
  • Use of interactive quizzing tools to engage students during distance classes
  • Oxford style debates as a method of distance teaching
  • Online assesment
  • The importance of learning community in online courses

The final scope of the courses will be prepared based on the conclusions of the analysis “Strengths and weaknesses of distance education in partner institutions and their environment”.

Target group

The online courses are aimed at secondary school teachers, university lecturers, as well as trainers and staff working in non-formal education who speak Polish, Icelandic, or English. Participation in the courses will help improve their competence in the use of modern tools and techniques in distance teaching. As part of the project, representatives of these groups will participate in selected courses for the purpose of testing and dissemination.


The project is co-funded by the EEA Grants (EUR 171 023). The EEA Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway towards a green, competitive, and inclusive Europe (more information here).

The project is implemented under the “EDUCATION” PROGRAMME, Component IV
The institution managing the program is FRSE – Foundation for the Development of the Education System