Digital citizenship projects

All you need is code

All you need is code, also known as the European Coding Initiative, is a public-private partnership promoting coding and computational thinking at all levels of education. The All you need is {C<3DE} website includes a repository of resources for teaching and learning coding. Main milestones include supporting the EU Code Week, a yearly policy event and the development of teacher training opportunities (for example, eTwinning online learning events).

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Better Internet for Kids

Under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), European Schoolnet is developing and maintaining – on behalf of the European Commission – a Better Internet for Kids (BIK) core service platform at The aim of the platform is to share resources, services and practices between national providers of the services – the European network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) – and to provide services to their users, including industry.

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The CompuThink study is designed and funded by the Joint Research Centre – Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS) of the European Commission. The study is carried out by the Institute for Educational Technology of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR-ITD) and by European Schoolnet. Computhink aims to provide a comprehensive overview of recent research findings, grassroots and policy initiatives for developing computational thinking as a key competence for compulsory education. Read more here

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ENABLE, a two-year project co-funded by DG Justice, builds on social research to create a blended social and emotional learning (SEL) and peer-training programme for students aged 11-14, school staff and parents. ENABLE aims to combat bullying by fostering empathy and improved online and offline social interactions. Six core partners are rolling out the project in five languages (EN, FR, NL, DK, GR, HR) under the guidance of an international Think Tank and with the official support of Facebook, Twitter, and ASKfm. Actions include a hackathon, a MOOC and a book for the broader public.

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eSafety Label

The eSafety Label (eSL) is a Europe-wide accreditation and support service for schools, aiming to provide a secure, enriching environment with safe access to online technology as part of the teaching and learning experience. Schools can review their own eSafety infrastructure, policy and practices against national and international standards. The eSL is currently active in 35 countries representing a community of almost 4,000 teachers and national contact points (Ministries of Education, universities, Safer Internet Centres, etc.).

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  • FCLab
  • FCLab
  • eTwinning
  • SEG
  • Insafe
  • Insafe
  • Insafe
  • iTEC
  • KeyCoNet
  • Scientix
  • NanOpinion
  • Creative Schools Lab
  • SENnet
  • Smile
  • U4Energy
  • Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs
  • Europeana Creative
  • Entrepreneurial Schools
  • eSafety Label
  • eSkills Week
  • RRI tools
  • GlobalExcursion
  • Amgen
  • Living Schools Lab
  • LRE
  • Chemistry: All about You
  • Kodu Kup Europe
  • LangOER
  • TASK


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