In a more and more digital world, it is essential to boost one’s own competences to participate fully in the community and make smart choices online and in life: young adults need to be guided in this learning path from a young age.
Given the key role of digital technologies and data literacy competences in education, it is essential to support the teachers in strengthening their own knowledge and skills on these challenging topics.
To achieve this goal, D3 project partners have developed a training course for teachers: a free online course that aims at reinforcing the competences of secondary school teachers in the use of open data in their educational plans.
The course is divided into modules, according to the results emerged from project partners’ research in their countries, about digital data literacy opportunities and the teachers’ competences in this field. Each module is divided in units that include a brief theoretical introduction and activities both for beginners and experts:
- Information and data literacy.
- Digital data (content) creation.
- Communication and collaboration through open data.
- Problem solving with open data.
The resource will be soon available on the project website, where you can currently check the course introduction!
Do you want to learn more about the project and its activities?
For more information you can contact Simona Sglavo: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the Introduction to the online course.
About the project
D3 – Developing Digital Data literacy is cofinanced by Erasmus+ programme, KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for school education.
- EUROGEO VZW (Belgium, coordinator)
- Sint-Lodewijkscollege (Belgium)
- EUROPEAN YOUTH PRESS NETWORK OF YOUNG MEDIA MAKERS EV (Germany)
- SYMPLEXIS (Greece)
- The King’s School Ely (UK)
- UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA (Spain)
- CESIE (Italy)
For further information
Contact Simona Sglavo: email@example.com.