- Promote the use digital technologies and open data tools in learning and teaching.
- Increase the capacity of learning and teaching to integrate democratic engagement considerations into educational plans and strategies.
- Establish suitable styles of learning to access and integrate open data into schools.
- Improve educational stakeholders’ response to the need for data and information literacy in schools and teacher training.
- Production of a European review of digital data literacy opportunities in terms of school curricula, qualifications and the availability of digital open data tools in secondary schools.
- Development of a training course for teachers on how to use open data and digital technologies in addressing digital literacy and dealing with open data, data tools, citizen science and learning approaches related to democratic engagement.
- Creation of a teaching toolkit of resources and materials to support the integration of D3 into secondary schools.
- Release of an online exhibit of powerful examples demonstrating the power of data and information based on the work of students and teachers related to democratic engagement and advocacy for active citizenship.
- Review of school curricula, qualifications and digital open data tools in Secondary schools
- D3 Professional teacher development course [Massive Open On-line Course (MOOC)]
- D3 Teaching toolkit
- Gallery of Case Studies [Open Education Resource (OER)]
- Teachers and trainers working with young teachers will be made acquainted with an innovative approach, which provides access to active citizenship and motivating students through using the beneficiaries’ inclination towards new media and boosting their self-esteem.
- The educators will be able to integrate the D3 tools and approach into their pedagogical practice, thus increase their success rate in their programmes and so increase their level of educational quality and personal job satisfaction
- Students will be motivated to democratically and critically engage with data, information, media, increasing their self-esteem through being proud of their capacity to produce and publish high-quality digital content, acquiring key digital competences which increases their employability and may be the starting point for further training and career pathways.
- The project can thus serve as a stimulus for further academic investigations in this direction.