Integrating mobile learning and upgrading teachers’ digital skills: A tool kit for effective strategies in primary school
Duration: September 2017-February 2020
The GODIGITAL project comes to promote the above as it aims to design, develop, pilot-test and evaluate a complete tool kit to support primary schools to develop their schools digital development plan in order to upgrade the digital competences of the teachers and as a consequence the digital literacy of the students. It aims to produce 6 Intellectual Outputs which will pilot-tested and reviewed in order to ensure efficiency and effectiveness.
The project aims mainly:
to develop, implement and evaluate a COMPLETE TOOL KIT which will support primary school teachers to design their DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN for upgrading current teaching and learning opportunities, through the use of mobile learning and technology (i.e. interactive board, mobile devices etc.), as well as and e-tools (i.e. DOJO, EDMONTO, CODEDOJO) in ensuring better learning outcomes, enabling communication, participation and social inclusion of all children.
The direct target group of Primary School Teachers who will upgrade their digital competences and use of technology in their teaching methods. The indirect group of primary students who will benefit from digitally literate teachers. The implementation of the project at a transnational level is essential, therefore the consortium contain 6 partners from 5 different countries.. There is geographical representation, as well as a mixture of expertise and experiences.
The consortium of the project includes the following partners:
Spoleczna Akademia Nauk, Poland
CP.: Marta Kędzia
- Regional Directorate of primary and secondary education of Crete
CP.: Vasilis Manassakis
- A&A Emphasys Interactive Solutions Ltd, Cyprus
CP.: Athos Charalambides
- Scuole Paritarie dell’Istituto delle Maestre Pie dell’Addolorata
CP.: Pradarelli Sabrina
- Euni Partners
CP.: Ilina Yakova
- Fundacja Publica Fides
CP.: Figlewicz Renata