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15 March 2021 Mentimeter

Mentimeter: Physical Properties of Metals lesson in Chemistry. An interactive presentation tool which allows you to collect polls, data and opinions from participants using smart devices.

15 February 2021 NASA Education

The NASA Office of STEM Engagement works collaboratively with NASA's mission directorates to promote education as an integral component of every major NASA research and development mission. These efforts result in NASA Education:innovative and informative educational materials that engage student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

07 January 2021 Sixth Online Partners' Meeting

The sixth (online) partners' meeting took place on Zoom on 7 January 2021. Ann Mutvei from Sodertorn University (SE) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the current results related to the identification of new learning objects for already existing ICT Tools to be used in Science Education

15 December 2020 National Geographic Education

Check out National Geographic Education . Teachers can use the National Geographic Education site as a trusted resource for geography-based lessons, as well as lessons for other subjects that can be rooted in geography, such as weather, animals, history, and culture.

04 November 2020 Fifth Online Partners' Meeting

The fifth (online) partners' meeting took place on Zoom on 131 October 2020. Ann Mutvei from Sodertorn University (SE) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the current results related to the production of the reviews of the ICT Learning Objects.

15 October 2020 Interactive Periodic Table

Check out the Interactive Periodic Table: Students are given definitions and explanations of electronegativity and first ionisation energy.

10 September 2020 Arduino

Check out how to use Arduino: Programming a traffic light. Arduino is a CPU (Central Processing Unit) on a board with a set of digital and analog connectors. It is often sold as a kit together with various electronic components to enable the user to construct gadgets controlled by the

01 July 2020 Assessment of the 5 Digital Competences

A new assessment tools addressing the 5 Digital Competences (i.e Information processing, Communication, Content creation, Safety, Problem solving) is available on the project portal.

16 June 2020 Fourth (online) partners' meeting

The fourth (online) partners' meeting took place on Zoom on 15 June 2020. Ann Mutvei from Sodertorn University (SE) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the current results related to the production of the reviews of the Competence Assessment Tools.

13 May 2020 Reviews of ICT Learning Objects

The selection of ICT learning objects is available in an an online interactive Database collecting the reviews of the experts. Each review starts from the ICT learning object and provide details on the entire learning pathway that makes use of the learning object.

08 April 2020 Reviews of competence assessment tools

The database of reviews of competence assessment tools is available. These tools has to be used by science teachers to identify the gaps of knowledge as far as Digital competences are concerned that prevent them in effectively use ICT based methods and teaching tools with their students.

10 March 2020 Third (online) partners' meeting

The third (online) partners' meeting took place on Zoom on 9 March 2020. Ann Mutvei from Sodertorn University (SE) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the current results related to the production of the literature review.

05 February 2020 Guidelines in national languages

The guidelines for teachers, school directors and policy makers are available on the project portal in national languages (Italian and Swedish)

18 December 2019 Guidelines for School Directors

The Guidelines for School Directors and Policy Makers are available on the project portal. The aim is to outline a suggested strategy for the mainstreaming of the implementation of innovative ICT based approaches to teach Sciences at Secondary school level and to introduce them as part of the teachers’ professional qualifications through a more aware and structured mastering of Digital Competences.

17 October 2019 Guidelines for teachers

Teh Guidelines for Teachers are available. The Guidelines provid methodological and operative insights to make teachers able to effectively design ICT based science teaching learning objects for their lessons.

23 September 2019 Second Partners' Meeting

The second meeting took place in Limerick (IE) on 19 – 20 September 2019. Ann Mutvei from Sodertorn University (SE) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the current results related to the production of the guidelines for teachers. The meeting was also the opportunity for the partners to discuss the next activity which is the development of the toolkit for teachers.

17 July 2019 Literature Review

The Literature Review is available on the project web site. It is based on:
 - Introduction on literature on use of ICT in school education, the main EU and national policies on the matter and the theoretical assumptions of the project
 - The analysis of at least 5 case studies per country
 - At least 5 (per country) interviews with science teachers of the participating schools to on the most important obstacles in using ICT tools and related needs.

16 May 2019 Interviews with teachers

Partners interviewed science teachers in order to elicit information on the teachers’ current use of ICT tools, their success stories, problems with adoption, and their ideas for improvements. The interviews have been analysed to find common themes and issues that can be used as the basis for guidelines and improved tools.

29 March 2019 Case Studies

Case studies on ICT use for teaching scientific subjects have been identified by the partners. The case studies also cover questions such as:

  • What ICT equipment is available in the school?  Is it for shared use, or does each teacher/each class their own setup?
  • What training do the teachers get on using ICT tools?
  • How is ICT use perceived by the students?
  • What are the teachers’ difficulties with using ICT tools?
  • What are the students’ difficulties with using ICT tools?
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 project partners. 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.