2020
e-Learning
Edition for Teachers


2020
e-Learning
Edition for Teachers


Highlights

  • 16 modules

  • 16 hours of multimedia content

  • 13 speakers

  • Exercises and technical sheets

  • Esercitazioni e schede tecniche

  • In-depth texts

  • 54 participants

Site

  • Online – WeSchool platform

Date

  • Until 31/03/2021

Scientific Secretariat

  • Spartaco Santi 

  • Paolo Manzi

The online course “Vedere per Credere” (Seeing to Believe), is a Golinelli Foundation and G-LAB project.

The main objectives of the course are:

  • Provide the tools for understanding microscopy, from the study of the laws governing optics, to the most advanced technologies.
  • Acquire skills related to the use of some microscopy techniques and the use of related IT tools.
  • Provide tools to design didactic activities on the subject of microscopy, which can integrate in-person laboratory processes.
  • Create opportunities for knowledge-sharing between teachers aimed at the exchange of experiences and at the production of new teaching material.

Within each module, a video presentation, in-depth documents and self-assessment questionnaires, as well as tutorials and practical exercises will be available. The scientific inputs provided are the result of a combined work of the technical support of Nikon Italia S.p.A., expert operators, lecturers in the field of microscopy and the most important Research Bodies and Universities throughout Italy.

Who it’s for

This course is aimed at first and second grade secondary school science teachers interested in understanding past and current microscopy techniques, from the study of the laws governing optics to the most advanced technologies.

Site

  • Online – WeSchool platform

Date

  • Until 31/03/2021

Scientific Secretariat

  • Spartaco Santi –  Coordinatore

About the course

The online course “Vedere per Credere” (Seeing to Believe), is a Golinelli Foundation and G-LAB project.

The main objectives of the course are:

  • Provide the tools for understanding microscopy, from the study of the laws governing optics, to the most advanced technologies.
  • Acquire skills related to the use of some microscopy techniques and the use of related IT tools.
  • Provide tools to design didactic activities on the subject of microscopy, which can integrate in-person laboratory processes.
  • Create opportunities for knowledge-sharing between teachers aimed at the exchange of experiences and at the production of new teaching material.

Within each module, a video presentation, in-depth documents and self-assessment questionnaires, as well as tutorials and practical exercises will be available. The scientific inputs provided are the result of a combined work of the technical support of Nikon Italia S.p.A., expert operators, lecturers in the field of microscopy and the most important Research Bodies and Universities throughout Italy.

Who it’s for

This course is aimed at first and second grade secondary school science teachers interested in understanding past and current microscopy techniques, from the study of the laws governing optics to the most advanced technologies.

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