The D3 professional teacher development course focuses on competences related to digital technologies and data literacy.
D3 Gallery of case studies contains examples of pedagogical approaches for developing digital data literacy in secondary schools.
The D3 project has created a toolkit of resources to help teachers to use and integrate open data in their classes, and increase their digital data literacy and open data awareness.
These newsletters are addressed to anyone interested in teacher education, STEAM and computational thinking.
This report aims to provide recommendations for the further use and development of e-Learning systems in Higher Education Institutions that aim to enhance special needs students’ academic performance.
The report offers insights from the most current view of online education in Higher Education Institutions from Partner countries involved in the SMARTEL project.
This report offers insights from the most current view of online education in Higher Education Institutions from Erasmus+ Programme Countries involved in the SMARTEL project.
The Digital Teacher’s Toolkit provides both methodological foundations and practical instructions for teachers on how to integrate STE(A)M disciplines in primary schools.
The present Comprehensive report encloses a review of the state of art regarding social impact measurement and best practices in each partner country, namely Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Norway, Israel, Portugal, Poland and Greece.
Metropolis Practitioner Toolkit is meant to provide educators with a manual to facilitate the integration of digital resources within their teaching and maximise the impact of the other project resources.
This Report aims to map the industrial heritage of the cities being explored by the project and analyse the legacy this heritage has left in the present.
This European report aims at establishing the state of the art of sustainability measures in each of the 5 universities of the consortium.
The CIM Competence Framework is the reference for the recognition and assessment of 15 competencies related to the management of Creativity and Innovation that students and trainees should develop to improve their employment opportunities.
CHOICE: Working guidelines “Non-formal Education for promoting co-production of educational resources”
These working guidelines were developed by CESIE within the CHOICE project aiming at increasing young people’s motivation to choose STEM careers through an innovative cross-disciplinary STE(A)M approach to education.
Project RETHINK outlined a series of recommendations to enhance mutual cooperation and greater engagement for remembrance education.