Technology understanding and sustainability in practice

This project is launched at our 6 schools in order to ensure a digital transformation and at the same time develop great insight into the fight against climate change and thorough knowledge about both the UN's Global Goals and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.


We have been focusing on needs for the development this project can help us to solve through exchanging and developing new practices and methods as well as sharing and confronting ideas.  Our aim is to expand our professional capacity by operating jointly on a transnational level and through our planned activities also boost the EU spirit. 


On these pages, we would like to share all our experiences in hope of being able to inspire teachers across the EU to develop their competencies and at the same time help to demand this development, which will be essential in the future.

A FEW WORDS ABOUT US


Our Erasmus group consists of schools from Italy, Türkiye, Cyprus, Portugal, Iceland and Denmark

Already from the start we have known that we have different experiences with our common topics and at the same time we have different approaches to teaching. But the different ways in which objectives will be addressed in our respective countries based on the different national curricula, will overall result in better benefit/synergy than if work alone.
Find contact information for each school by pushing the buttom below.

Gruppe skaleret
Portugal skaleret
Gruppe Cypern
Island skaleret


Our transnational project meetings in Denmark, Portugal, Cyprus and Iceland

January 2024 - Working with and trying to understanding AI

December 2023 - Working with and managing VR

November 2023 - Coding games

Oktober 2023 - Obtainable goals for greater recycling, both in the individual pupil's home and throughout the school

June 2023 - Protection of physical and mental health online

May 2023 - ICT initiatives for students with special needs

April 2023 - UN Global Goals: Sustainable cities and communities

March 2023 - SELFIE tool - evaluation of our initiatives a year ago

February 2023 - Safer Internet Day

January 2023 - 3D print

December 2022 - Logo competition

November 2022 - Digital innovative proposals to save resources/energy

October 2022 - Exchange of student descriptions

September 2022 - Involvement of school management

June 2022 - Eating seasonally

May 2022 - The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

April 2022 - Coding

March 2022 - Unplugged coding

February 2022 - SELFIEforTEACHERS

ABOUT OUR PROJECT

TECHNOLOGY UNDERSTANDING


To develop our priority digital transformation, we will in a period of 3 years implement different activities to meet our needs:
Several practice examples of how the new subject technology understanding can be put into practice. 

Teaching courses based on progress in analyzing, comparing and critical evaluation of the credibility and reliability of sources of data, information and digital content 

Cross-border teaching and learning about security, protection of devices, content, personal data and privacy in digital environments. Protection of the individual’s physical and psychological health, and the awareness of digital technologies for social well-being and

social inclusion. 

Cross-border cooperation on eTwinning concerning knowledge and understanding of AI 

Continuous courses on programming and innovation (Micro:Bits, Lego, robots, etc.) and cross-border collaboration to develop digital readiness
Continuous inclusion of the theory of computational thinking.
Continuous experimenting on how we make online learning more relevant, interactive and easy to use to build our professional capacity
3D printing and development across borders described and developed through eTwinning 


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SUSTAINABILITY


According to the fight against climate change, our project will in a period of 3 years implement different activities to meet our needs in the following main areas:

To plan and continuously refine teaching that aims to the highest possible degree of sustainability 

To inspire all our students and parents in a very concrete and easily accessible way to act sustainably and thus avoid the anxiety and insecurity that characterize many pupils when it comes to to climate change 

To find ways to reduce energy consumption and general waste in the case of the individual family and the school 

To choose sustainable food according to local availability (how to make local, delicious food and inspire each other by exchanging recipes) and thus avoid food waste 

To gain and improve recycling facilities and sustainability at schools and in local communities through innovative initiatives 

To learn how to travel in an new climate neutral era through sustainable mobility choices - both in a recreational way and professionally in relation to Erasmus+ corporations 

To be aware of and in various ways avoid the environmental impact of digital technologies 

To innovate and calculate how to compensate for CO2 footprints both locally and at EU level until climate-neutral ways are available


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CHILDREN'S RIGHTS


In our cooperation it is an objective and interest to involve both the UN's Global Goals and the Convention on the Rights of the Child in order to teach the individual child that they can each help to make a difference. In this way, we can further develop a more secure and sustainable EU, where everyone, regardless of learning problems, race or identity, can take part in the democratic process.

Our work with UN's Global Goals and the Convention on the Rights of the Child will result in outcomes that describe digital exchanges between our pupils via eTwinning regarding the object that states that parties should assure the child who is capable of forming his or her own views and the views of the child being given

weight. We will also describe how to arrange digital exchange between our pupils via eTwinning regarding the objective of what needs to be done to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all children.


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