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Design Your School Digital Plan INTEF

SPOOC #PlanDigital - An opportunity to address the transformation of educational organisations by using technology as a key facilitator for the successful implementation of this process.

General Description

Society faces many challenges due to the continuous changes brought by the increasing speed of technological developments and their imprint on different human processes (economic, productive, cultural, etc.)

Educational organisations are aware of this fact, notably as their main aim is to educate the citizens of the future. Likewise, the educational situation derived from the current health crisis has positioned the digitalisation process of schools as an educational priority.

The need to improve all processes that take place in an educational organisation, not just the academic ones, but also its organisational processes, as well as the necessity to give answers to a society that must learn how to face uncertainty, make us look at technology as the answer to adopt a systemic approach in the transformation of our educational organisations. In this new edition, the self-diagnostic tool "SELFIE" is introduced. A tool designed to help schools highlight what’s working well, where improvement is needed and what the priorities should be.

In this second edition, the SPOOC has been updated with the new areas that SELFIE has developed, as well as those novelties that have emerged after the state of health alarm and the confinements. This update responds both to the need for centres to create a digital plan and to the intention of knowing how online or remote teaching has been carried out in recent months. The update and revision, both of the contents of DigCompOrg and those of SELFIE, have been carried out in collaboration with the JRC of Seville, whose purpose is to respond to the needs of today's school and arises from the evolution of these tools.


After completing the activities in the SPOOC "Design Your School Digital Plan", you will be able to:

  • Appreciate the consequences that the introduction of technology and the importance of developing a digital culture have for educational organisations.

  • Apply the Digitally Competent Educational Organisations Framework by JRC Seville as a roadmap for the systemic and feasible transformation of your educational organisation.

  • Identify the keys through self-diagnosis with SELFIE in order to formulate an action plan and set priorities.

  • Design a School Digital Plan for planning the digital strategy of the educational organisation.

And you will also have:

  • Identified the opportunities for improvement in the digital infrastructure of your school.

  • Established what the priorities of your center should be to become digitally competent.

  • Adopted a self-critical vision (weaknesses and possibilities) regarding the curricular practices that we carry out in a school, both as educators and as a teaching organisation and

  • Generated strategies for individual and collective change linked to the everyday tasks in the learning process.

Teacher Digital Competence

This SPOOC contributes to the development and improvement of Teachers’ Digital Competence in all areas, especially focusing on Area 2 "Communication and collaboration", Area 3 “Digital content creation” and Area 5 "Problem solving" of the Digital Competence Framework for Teachers (published in the Official State Gazette, BOE on July 13 2020).

The satisfactory completion of the activities in the course will help you reach the following competence levels:

  • C1 of competence 2.2. Sharing information and digital content working on the following descriptor: "I create files and documents online and share them through digital channels with my education community assigning different user roles (edit, read, comment)".

  • B2 of competence 2.4. Collaborating through digital technologies working on the following descriptor:"I use shared web spaces both as a creator and/or editor to work with my educational community".

  • B2 of competence 3.1. Developing digital content, working on the following descriptor: “I design, create and edit images, iconic materials, videos and audios owned by me, both locally and in the cloud, and publish them as part of my teaching practice.”.

  • B2 of competence 3.3. Copyright and licenses, working on the following descriptor: “Whenever I use some digital content of another author for my teaching practice, I respect its license and I cite its origin properly.".

  • B2 of competence 5.2. Identifying technological needs and responses, working on the following descriptor: "I diagnose the degree of development of the digital competence of my students and design tasks and activities accordingly, in order to improve it".

  • B2 of competence 5.3. Creatively using digital technologies, working on the following descriptor:"I participate in collaborative digital projects and inform the rest of my educational community about their innovative potential."

  • B2 of competence 5.4. Identifying gaps in digital competence, working on the following descriptor:"I evaluate, reflect and discuss with my colleagues on how to improve the digital competence for teachers."

    SPOOC Update by


    Mario Santamaría Baños is a qualified teacher in Primary Education and Special Education, with a degree in Pedagogy and a doctorate in Education from the University of La Rioja. He is an ICT facilitator in his school, holds the position of Head of Studies, coordinates different educational innovation projects and he is also a trainer of trainers in the field of digital teaching competence.

    SPOOC Authors


    David Álvarez holds a Bachelor's Degree in Maths and is an expert in e-Learning. He has worked for eight years in the public administration, managing and coordinating innovation projects for Guadalinfo Network.


    Linda Castañeda holds a degree in Pedagogy (University of Murcia) and a PhD in Educational Technology (University of Balearic Islands). Dr. Castañeda is an Associate Professor in the Department of Didactics and School Organization of the Faculty of Education at the University of Murcia.


    Fernando Trujillo holds a doctorate in English Philology and he’s a university professor in the Department of Didactics of Language and Literature. He teaches at the Faculty of Education, Economics and Technology of Ceuta (University of Granada).


    Target audience

    This SPOOC is aimed at a broad profile of people interested in education and who work or are involved in educational practice, as well as anyone else interested in the subject.


    To participate in this SPOOC, it is only necessary to have an Internet connection that allows you to watch videos, since much of the content offered is shown in this format. A certain amount of skill is required in the use of digital environments to carry out activities that will facilitate reflection and debate.

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    1. Course Number

    2. Classes Start

      Nov 10, 2020
    3. Classes End

      Dec 31, 2030
    4. Estimated Effort

      Self-Paced Open Online Course