Open data: gallery of case studies

Thursday 13 January 2022

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D3 promotes the use digital technologies and open data tools in the learning and teaching environment. Let’s discover together what the project is about!

Together with the publication of the course modules, D3 partners have started working on the collection of case studies regarding the use of open data in the school environment.  During this phase, secondary school teachers are being involved by CESIE to report their professional experience: participants will illustrate the implementation of a project within their school that contributed to promoting active participation to the local community.

The aim of this activity is to provide practical examples of open data use in secondary schools and to be an inspiration for other teachers. 

D3 partners will support the participants in the development of their case study, which will cover four main topics:

  1. Description of the school.
  2. Description of the project and its ties with open data.
  3. Project’s strengths and weaknesses.
  4. Involvement of the students in the project.

The stories will be told resorting to Story Maps or Microsoft Sway, two interactive tools that will make the stories engaging and appealing for those consulting the case study gallery.

In the meanwhile, we provide you with another resource about digital learning.

In occasion of the last Erasmus+ Days, CESIE organized a social café to discuss about open data potential within the educational field. If you are interested in learning more, follow this this link.

Lastly, between January and February, D3 final event will be organized: stay updated!

Do you want to learn more about the project and its activities? For further information contact: simona.sglavo@cesie.org

About the project

D3 – Developing Digital Data literacy is cofinanced by Erasmus+ programme, KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for school education.

Partners

For further information

Read more about D3, visit the project website and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Contact Simona Sglavo: simona.sglavo@cesie.org.

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