iWell – Enhancing the Digital and Social Well-being in Schools

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Objectives

  • To support educators in becoming “active health agents” to promote the digital and social well-being of their students;
  • To enhance the digital and life skills of primary school students, paying emphasis on maintaining a healthy balance of digital media use;
  • To facilitate the teaching process to develop health literacy and critical thinking skills of students for their online safety;
  • To provide European educators with new approaches, ICTs methodologies and research-based evidence to foster social integration and integrate new tools into teaching activities.

Activities

  • Interviews and training on developing essential life skills through health education with teachers;
  • Designing and development of a Curriculum and Training Material for educators, that will be piloted by the primary school teachers in the partner countries;
  • Creation and development of Health Literacy Mini Games that will target primary school students;
  • Development of a MOOC based on the principles of adult learning for the professional development of teachers;
  • Elaboration of Recommendations for practitioners and policymakers.

Resources

  • Curriculum and Training Material for Educators;
  • Health Literacy Mini Games;
  • Teacher Professional Development MOOC;
  • Health Literacy Toolkit with Policy & Practice Recommendations.

Impact

  • Acquired new digital knowledges and tools by primary school teachers;
  • Enhanced digital and life skills of primary school students;
  • Developed health literacy and critical thinking skills of young people for their online safety;
  • Fostered social inclusion in European schools.

Partners

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/09/2020 – 31/08/2022

DG of reference

Erasmus+, KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Categories

Unit

School

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E-mail

giorgia.scuderi@cesie.org
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