Project number: 2020-1-CZ01-KA226-SCH-094411

Education for the Future - Building Digital Skills for Educators is an Erasmus+ supported project aimed at developing digital skills of primary school educators and sharing good practice.

Funded by the EU grant program Erasmus+, the project aims to help primary teachers find their way in the new reality of education, to take full advantage of digital tools and use them to build their relationship with their pupils, to develop their pupils' personalities, their knowledge and their soft skills.

What will you gain from the project?

Through the project, we will develop a platform aimed directly at teachers to help them prepare our children for the future.
The platform will include:

  • 21 sample lessons
    The lessons will be prepared by teacher-innovators who have mastered distance education using their own methods, individual approach and creativity. The lessons will cover the widest possible range of digital tools, all age groups in basic education, a wide range of approaches, but always with respect and netiquette. In these lessons, teachers will demonstrate how to deliver information remotely while developing relationships and key competencies.
  • Education for the Future Guide
    Rules, tips and tricks on how to educate children using digital tools, nurture and build relationships, respect children's needs, reflect their strengths, develop their competencies and creativity.
  • Digital tools and tutors database
    Apps, programs, and other tools for teaching, digital tools tutors database.
  • Database of Open Educational Resources
    Materials are offered openly and freely to educators, students and students themselves for use for teaching, learning and research. They must be accessible and have the possibility of reuse and reprocessing. They are for free use in educational processes.

Partners of the project are Agamos, Cyfrowy dialog, KERIC,City of Nitra and Centrum Pedagogiczne.

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