The process of creating the Pedagogical Handbook on training of Digital Rehabilitation Competencies has come to an end as the handbook has now been published.
The Pedagogical Handbook on training of Digital Rehabilitation Competencies is the result of the ERASMUS+ funded project DIRENE. The project has been managed by a multidisciplinary team of experts from the Jamk - University of Applied Sciences. European partners of the project included St. Poelten University of Applied Sciences from Austria, Hochschule für Gesundheit University of Applied Sciences, from Germany, University of West Attica from Greece and University of the Balearic Islands from Spain.
"Handbook has been developed in close cooperation with all the partners led by St. Poelten University of Applied Sciences. The handbook gives a lot of good ideas and tips for the teachers who are planning e-learning by using mobile learning," project manager of the DIRENE-project Kaisa Lällä describes.
The handbook consists of ten different chapters, which provide an educator with specific examples, how to design a (mobile) course on Digital Rehabilitation. All of these ten chapters offer step-by-step guidance, supported by links to exemplary learning stories (use-cases) and deepening information.