Supporting continued access to education enhancing schools’ digital readiness: this is the main objective of STAND.
On November 7 and 8, the Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo Danilo Dolci hosted the project partners. This was an opportunity to share achievements, exchange ideas and reflections and plan the development of upcoming activities.
From now on, the STAND project will train teachers and staff from primary and lower secondary schools, through targeted ICT/digital support and new training opportunities to acquire digital competences and deal with distance learning, teaching and bureaucratic activities.
Furthermore, it will also respond to the need of students in the age 6-12 so that minors have equal access to education online while being protected against future risks of social exclusion and other risks that are inherent to the virtual world.
Finally, the project also focuses on families, and their need for basic digital skills and tools in order to support their children in distance learning and homework.
The activities to make this possible have already begun! To learn more about STAND, read the project factsheet or contact Antonella Alessi at email@example.com.
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STAND – SUPPORTING CONTINUED ACCESS TO EDUCATION ENHANCING SCHOOLS’ DIGITAL READINESS is a project financed by the Erasmus+ program, KA2: Cooperation Partnerships in the field of school education.
- Coordinator: CSC Danilo Dolci (Italy)
- I.C. Cassarà – Guida (Italy)
- Stimmuli for Social Change (Greece)
- Aristotelio College (Greece)
- Blue room innovation (Spain)
- Escola la Bobila (Spain)
- Danmar Computers Sp Zoo (Poland)
- Szkola Podstawowa im. sw. Jana Kantego w Bedziemyslu (Poland)
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Contact Antonella Alessi: firstname.lastname@example.org