Unified approach to e-Learning: Making education more inclusive through ICT

October 17, 2015

THU, NOV 12, 2015 AT 9:00 AM, Filoxenia Conference Centre, Nicosia, Cyprus

Technology, especially through personalisation of the learning process and creation of learning motivation environments, is a game changer as far as improving the learning opportunities of disadvantaged learners. ICT can facilitate:

  • new approaches to developing educational content which is based on inclusion rather than separation.
  • educational content made accessible to all learners despite of learning difficulties

Utilising new technologies and tools, both educators and learners can benefit in several ways.

The conference will discuss the topics of inclusive education and personalised learning through ICT. Distinguished speakers will present the latest trends in inclusion and personalised learning environments.

 

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Promotional Video on Polish Television

June 12, 2015
In June 2015 FCP’s Beata Staszyńska together with EF’s Onno Hansen have organised together with Association of Polish Local & Regional Television Stations  a social promotion of education by transmitting a video with their work on online identities in local and regional television stations in Poland. The association consists of over 50 local TV stations transmitting in 112 cities. Their programms can reach up to 2 500 000 viewers.
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Cyberbullying Conference

October 12, 2013

A one day workshop organised in Athens, Greece, open to the public, in which distinguished child psychologists and other field specialists shared their views regarding school bullying.  Regarding the project, there were ways suggested, in which Children, Data and Emerging Identities project, could offer children tools and practices to confront cyber bullying (which is is a more recent and advanced part of the problem).

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HELPING IMPROVE IN-SERVICE TRAINING OF TEACHERS ON SAFER INTERNET: IDEntifEYE Project has launched!

IDentifEYE utilizes an augmented reality game and validated pedagogical approaches to empower teachers reach out to children and educate them about the opportunities and dangers of the Internet and online identities.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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