The project dealt with ICT, new technologies and digital competences. Quality Improvement Institutions and methods were also on the topic list as well as international cooperation building.
The initiative involved teachers and various groups of students including primary, secondary, special education needs and vocational education. The project aimed to include young people with fewer opportunities.
The project's primary focus was enhancing digital competences for both students and teachers. We achieved this by sharing experiences and utilizing various methodologies, including lectures, workshops, practical tool usage, classroom observations, and collaborative activities.
The project participants recognized the significance of creating a sustainable e-learning environment in their schools, promoting quality learning through technology while enhancing the 4Cs: collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking.
All planned activities were designed to not only improve the ICT skills of students and teachers but also to promote their effective and meaningful utilization in the teaching and learning process and future careers.
Teachers collaborated during Joint Staff Trainings, both physical and virtual, sharing digital tools and approaches, creating materials, lesson plans, and incorporating e-learning into their teaching. They accessed and utilised project materials and results, adopting new skills and methods in their classrooms.
Impact and output
The initiative’s impact can be measured by higher level of digital competences of teachers and students, improved e-learning system and gained knowledge and experience in the field of e-learning. All those outcomes are complemented by increased competence in foreign languages.
- Project locations
- Project category
- Secondary education
- Project year
Liceul Tehnologic Francisc Neuman
Industrijsko- obrtnicka skola
Riksgymnasiet för Döva och Hörselskadade
Agrupamento de Escolas Sá de Miranda
2o Epaggelmatiko Lykeio Katerinis