The Games in Schools 2023 (GIS2023) will examine the opportunities but also challenges offered by integrating games into our teaching and learning.

MLCE – "Media Literacy Case for Educators: Sustainably Scaling Media Literacy in Europe Empowering teachers, educators and librarians across Europe to be innovative, future-fit advocates of Media Literacy", provides teachers, trainers and librarians across Europe with a one-of-a-kind comprehensive set of co-developed and creative tools, resources, methods and materials.

STE(A)M IT - An interdisciplinary STEM approach connected to all around us, will produce the first European integrated STE(A)M framework.

The Facts4All – Schools as community hubs against disinformation is a one year project co-funded by the European Commission's Media Literacy for All Programme, which aims to increase awareness and critical thinking in relation to online disinformation across generations – in particular young people and their (grand)parents.

KID_ACTIONS (Kick-off preventIng and responDing to children and AdolesCenT cyberbullyIng through innovative mOnitoring and educatioNal technologieS) aims to raise awareness of cyberbullying among young people and encourage reporting of incidents following an interactive, gamified and holistic approach that entails both the formal and non-formal learning environments.

IMPACT EdTech is a start-up incubator-accelerator to boost innovation in education, helping European digital education innovators to bring their digital learning solutions into the market.

Assess@Learning is a European policy experimentation which aims to support the systemic uptake of Digital Formative Assessment (DFA) practices in schools.

The overall objective of the Erasmus+ -funded Novigado project is to support schools and related stakeholders in the transition from a conventional and teacher-centred classroom into teaching practices that promote active learning with the support of innovative learning environments and use of relevant ICT.

The purpose of the project is to contribute to the professional development of teachers in the fields of technology, innovative pedagogy, interdisciplinary learning scenarios in flexible learning environments at EU level, and to support studies carried out at national and international level.

The Mentoring for School Improvement (MenSI) project is a 28-month Coordination and Support Action (from November 2020 to February 2023) funded by the European Commission H2020 programme. The project will carry out a pan-European investigation into how different approaches to mentoring can support the mainstreaming of innovative digital teaching practices in primary and secondary schools.

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