Strategic Partnerships for school education

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New Chapter in the Podcast #Schools21C project

A new chapter of the #podcast #In theRedition is already published. Collaboration reflecting on radio as a teaching resource! A media today more necessary than ever and our European project “Schools for XXI Century” #School21C
@tecnoeduc_usc

thanks @MarcosSanluis @RadioCoruna

You can access through the following link: https://cadenaser.com/emisora/2020/01/31/radio_coruna/1580489732_527043.html

The new project Schools21C begins

kick-off Schools for 21st century

The researchers and coordinators of the SCHOOLS21C project met for the first time in Vilnius, Lithuania, at the Kick-off meeting of “Schools for 21ST Century” on November 10th and 20th.

With this event starts the new European project KA2 (“Cooperation for innovation and the Exchange of good practices”) coordinated by the professors Beatriz Cebreiro and Carmen Fernandez-Morante.

Seven institutions are participating in this consortium, including research centres, public bodies in charge of educational management in their territories, public schools and private companies such as the National Agency for Education of Lithuania, Radio Coruña-Onda Cero, the Galician-Cessian Supercomputing Centre, the Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado A Criscuolo, the CPI-O Cruce and the Agrupamento de Escolas de Barcelos, and the University of Santiago as coordinating institution through its educational technology group “Tecnoeduc”.

Schools for 21st century. Strategic Partnerships for school education

Conference on initial support for Erasmus+2019 strategic partnership projects

SEPIE Schools for 21st century

On October 7th and 8th, Carmen Fernández-Morante, Principal Researcher of the Educational Technology group, attended the conference on initial support for Erasmus+ 2019 Strategic Partnership projects.

During the workshop they have been able to exchange experiences, getting to know and making known the projects KA201, KA202 and KA204 approved by SEPIE in competitive competition for the 2019 call. Representatives of the educational administrations, researchers and coordinators have participated in the event.