BLENDED LEARNING FOR ALL!
Blended Learning in English Language Teaching: Course Design and Implementation
Climate Change and STEM Education in Classrooms
As can be understood from the conferences organized by the United Nations (UN) in the last 30 years and the reports they published, climate change is the most important environmental issue faced by each individual.
Designing The Future
In this unpredictable world, the pandemic become a great chance to remember and get aware of the skills that students need, such as decision-making, digital literacy/readiness, creative problem solving, critical thinking and perhaps, above all, ability to adapt.
EHN-European Handmakers Network
See me Hear Me
From 2015 to 2018, according to Eurostat, 1.9 million people received international protection in the EU, either as refugees or as beneficiaries of subsidiary protection, or received a humanitarian residence permit.
GIVE: GREEN IT for VET providers
The Covid-19 crisis even accelerated the global digitisation of all sectors. According to McKinsey study (July 2020), 55% of customer interactions are now digital over EU and the digitisation of customer interactions has been accelerated by 3 years.
Look at Good Practice Examples in Health Practices, Health Policies and Integrations Made to Refugees During the Pandemic Process
ITLA – Innovative Teaching Learning Approaches
The development and implementation of new technologies in the education system at any level requires a preliminary assessment of the level of readiness for innovation and digital literacy in the education community.
CURIKIDS: Integrated STEM Education with an Interactive Digital Library for Curious
To build resilience to the crisis of COVID-19, a transformative challenge: adaptation to the digital era came up. Just as the STEM approach has risen in recent years, so has digital literacy. OECD, Harvard, and so many other institutions have gathered to provide a collection of resources with students to support the continuity of education, none of which incorporate STEM and literacy.
ISAAC: International students’ Action for Adapting Cross-Cultural activities
There were at least 1.6 million students from abroad who were undertaking tertiary level studies across the EU in 2016. A total of 432 thousand students from abroad (26 % of the total number of students from abroad in the EU-28) were studying in the United Kingdom in 2016, far more than the number in any other EU Member State.
Language Development Through Digital Tools Project
The development of information and communication technologies provides many innovations and convenience in all areas of our lives, as well as the emergence of new concepts, methods and techniques in the field of education.
e-GS: Online Guidance Services
The “e-GS” Online Guidance Services is two-year strategic partnership for school education to cope with negative effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on 14-18 years old secondary school students by creating online guidance services platform with the cooperation of schools, university and guidance and research center from Ireland, Turkey, Belgium, Spain and Portugal.
PRotoTYPe: Preventing School-Based Bullying by Creating Early Prevention Programme
Tackling learning disadvantage, early school leaving and low proficiency in basic skills: Bullying has increasingly become a well-known problem in recent years.Although previous studies and prevention programs generally focus on peer and/or cyberbullying, bullying has many other forms.