Is now available the Call for Erasmus+ 2017 and the programme Guide. You can access the documents from here. Dlearn will be active in the upcoming months in promoting digital education also through Erasmus+ projects. Stay tuned or contact us if you want to collaborate!
It is not just digital gadgets and methods getting more and more widespread, but also the quickly changing online scenario, that poses a great challenge to parents all over the world, not just developed countries. We live in a kind of interim period in which most parents and also the majority of teaching professionals were READ MORE >
ELITe aims to provide digital professional learning opportunities for secondary teachers’ competence development. The project wants to develop, deploy, evaluate and disseminate an innovative approach for teachers’ professional learning via inquiry methodology. The outcomes of the project will be the development of an evidence-based framework for teacher’s competence development that can inform curriculum design for READ MORE >
Stopping school drop-outs is one of the significant challenges EC is tackling with: Being early school leaving linked to unemployment, social exclusion, and poverty, there are many reasons why some young people give up education and training prematurely: personal or family problems, learning difficulties, or a fragile socio-economic situation. DIS-CODE aims to train students at READ MORE >
The answer from the European Digital Progress Report (2016) Europe’s Digital Progress Report (EDPR – DG CONNECT May 2016) presents a set of horizontal chapters analysing developments in five different aspects (connectivity, digital skills, use of Internet, Integration of Digital Technology by businesses, Digital Public Services) and of a set of country reports with country READ MORE >