Course

A Classroom in My Back Pocket







Learn the latest skills


The course Classroom in My Back Pocket offers you best practice approaches and practical examples for using m- devices, innovative tools and platforms in lessons and education.  

The latest global challenges have demonstrated the huge adaptability and resourcefulness of everyone in the education sector in reimagining the use of everyday technology to provide continuity of learning in very challenging and critical circumstances. Slowly, as parts of life and society begin to move forward, the experiences and difficulties of teaching remotely have helped us as educators develop digital skills and approaches to learning that have enable us to present learning opportunities more effectively and in a way that the idea of “a classroom in my back pocket” becomes a distinct possibility. This course looks to further develop ideas of creating a platforms that can be used by an individual teacher or a school to host and present a content that can be accessed and responded to by students at any time, in any setting with any device

The lead-in A Classroom in My Back Pocket course is conducted over two sessions with additional tasks to help reinforce and develop both practical skills and strategic vision for using mobile technology for creative curriculum content delivery.

The added value of the course is that it offers partner search possibilities for KA1, KA2 and eTwinning activities.




Upskill your organization


Target group are the school management, teachers and all other non-teaching experts and staff working in school education and VET.


The lead-in course covers a wide range of topics that schools need to consider and tackle when introducing/updating and securing digitalization in their school:

  • Innovative tools that help to drive and upskill teachers’ digital skills and strategy in order to create and distribute engaging curriculum content that can be delivered purposely to students at home or in school.
  • Reinforcement and development of both, practical skills and strategic vision for using mobile technology for creative curriculum content delivery.
  • Creation of platforms to be used by an individual teacher or a school to host and present a content that can be accessed and responded to by students at any time, in any setting with any device



The course methodology aspires creating an output. Working individually or in groups on a concrete product to be used in your own school, such as creating platforms for distant teaching etc. Participants are given time to develop these outputs and the trainers coach and support them throughout the week, if necessary even long after courses have finished as a follow up.




Earn a certificate


The course participants will get a Certificate of Active Attendance.

The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.



What makes Euneos the leading course provider in Europe?


Euneos consistently has regards to challenges and retaliates by offering multiple options for quality courses to its clients following the Quality Standards for courses under Key Action 1 as required by the European Commission.


Lead-in courses

Classroom in My Back Pocket lead-in courses can be funded by the Organisational Support budget of the Erasmus+ grant (consult the National Agency in your country for more information). The lead-in course is a separate 16 to 24 hour learning unit and certificates are awarded. We especially recommend this option in case the organization still has lingering projects due to force majeure.


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Pre-course Work

  • Create an introduction using Flipgrid
  • Prepare a small collection of digital teaching materials ready for use with the tasks and activities to be completed during the two days.
  • Complete the “Tech, Teaching and Me” Google Form.
  • Register (if not already) with a Google account


Day One:


16:00 - 16:15 - Introduction to course content


16:15 - 16:40 - How to “Google Site” - base for teaching 

curriculum resource site


16:40 - 17:20 - Create a Google Site based on the suggested template


17:20 - 17:35 - Short Break


17:35 - 17:45 - “A Classroom in My Back Pocket - Is it Possible?” 

- Introduction


17:45 - 18:00 - Group discussion using Jamboard to record ideas


18:00 - 18:05 - Plenary


18:05 - 18:20 - How to “Book Creator” in Google Chrome - reference point class library feature


18:20 - 18:50 - Using teaching materials create one book and publish it and include it on Google Site


18:50 - 19:05 - Short Break


19:05 - 19:15 - The Etiquette of Online Behaviour - group discussion using Jamboard 


19:15 - 19:25 - Plenary discussion of online behaviour discussion. 


19:25 - 19:35 - How to “Thinglink”


19:35 - 19:55 - Create, publish and embed Thinglink onto Google Site


19:55 - 20:00 - Questions and Roundup



Day Two:


16:00 - 16:15 - How has your online digital teaching week been?


16:15: 16:30 - How to “Seesaw”


16:30 - 17:00 - Complete tasks and activities (in a pupil role) - comment on the work of other participants.


17:00 - 17:15 - The Flipped Classroom (Introduction)


17:15 - 17:25 - Flipped Classroom discussion in groups.


17:25 - 17:30 - Plenary


17:30 - 17:45 - Short Break


17:45 - 18:00 - How to “Google Earth Project” 


18:00 - 18:30 - Create Google Earth project, share and include on Google SIte


18:30 - 18:45 - Online safety introduction


18:45 - 19:00 - Online safety group discussion - Five key features using Jamboard to collate ideas

19:00 - 19:10 - Plenary


19:10 - 19:20 Short Break


19:20 - 19:30 - How to “Adobe Spark”


19:30 - 19:50 - Adobe Spark presentation and include on Google Site.


19:50 - 20:00 - Complete course, reflections and assignment of tasks.


Total workload: 16hours


Assignment: 


  1. Complete creation of digital teaching materials using course-based tools. Ensure inclusion onto Google Site and share. 


     2a. Compare and contrast educational teaching and learning platform such as Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams and Edmodo - present ideas without using Powerpoint or Google Slides.


      or


     2b. Discuss and then present using a digital tool of your choice, the use of social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook to develop Personal Learning Networks.


Share the presentations within the group.


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Euneos has an international team of trainers who are the most experienced in the field of their expertise. Meet Euneos' trainers for the Classroom in My Back Pocket course:


Main organiser / trainer



Peter Rafferty


  • Primary teacher in Green Park Primary, Liverpool (UK). 
  • Presenter and trainer in UK and Europe


His school was at the forefront of the UK educational blogging revolution and has influenced, guided and led the way in which schools have used blogging as a platform to engage locally, nationally and internationally.