This methodology provides innovative teaching methods for elementary and primary school teachers to use archaeology to introduce science in the classroom.
This methodology provides innovative science education practices that elementary and primary teachers can use in their classrooms.
This methodology presents a New Concept of Scientific Literacy, considering the challenge of new technologies and their influence at school.
This manual describes the basic methodology for implementing the peer support system focused on the SymfoS methodology and collects the experiences of implementation of the method within the project partner organisations
BYMBE Report provides a background of education systems and childcare provision as well as support services in Austria, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania and Spain.
This report looks at the training and certification needs of the book publishing sector in the countries participating in the project – Greece, Italy, Spain and the UK – and in two additional countries – France and Germany.
Here is the mapping of competences and skills gap analysis in France and Germany in relation to their representativeness for the aim of the ASAP Project.
Examples of good practices of schools and teachers that were already doing educational tablet implementation for differentiation and inclusion purposes.
This questionnaire was designed to assess the current skills and competences scenario and needs in the publishing sector in the target countries of the ASAP project.
This publication is one of the intellectual outputs of TABLIO on the topic of classroom differentiation and inclusion in general and classroom differentiation with mobile devices in particular.
This report sets the scene for the evaluation of the publishing industry operators’ competences and skills gap.
The report summarises, condenses, and—with the aim of comparing trends and developments—frames the status quo and the strategic prospects of book publishing in the digital world.