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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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06 February 2019 Transnational Network of Schools

The project partners are currently creating the network of schools interested in promoting awareness of religions and foster a sense of mutual tolerance at school. Several schools have already been involved from partners' countries. Teachers and counsellors will work together with the project partners in order to develop synergies between school and labour market. Do not hesitate to contact them!

03 December 2018 First Partners Meeting

The Kick-off meeting took place in Florence on 28 – 29 November 2018. The meeting was an opportunity for the partners to get to know each other and to discuss all details related to the project's activities. The partners presented their organizations and actively participated in the Impact+ workshop conducted by the project applicant. At the end of the meeting all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation, the financial rules and the next activity which is the creation of guidelines for teachers, school directors and policy makers on the promotion of the use of ICT for science education.

27 November 2018 Fiction Project

The Fiction project has been funded, by the European Commission through the Swedish Council for Higher Education, with the aim of enhancing teachers' knowledge to teach students to use digital tools for their own understanding of science. The project is based on the assumption that digital tools in teaching have both positive and negative effects on learning. Among the positive effects, the most obvious is students’ increased commitment and motivation for their studies that increase learning results. Among the negative effects, the ones resulting when digital tools are not used by the teacher in the context of a well-reasoned pedagogy.