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Project of digital education

Project of digital education about responsible use and conscious use of web and new technology

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Team
MIXLAB
Contact details
elearning@unifg.it

Solution description

 

  • Information meting for parents at the school
  • Educational activities about use of smartphone : ” role-play “ with children and parents
  • Activities of pixel-art and coding

Solution context

  • Information meting for parents at the school
  • Educational activities about use of smartphone : ” role-play “ with children and parents
  • Activities of pixel-art and coding

Solution target group

  • Students ( 6 - 13 age )
  • Family
  • School

Solution impact

  • Conscious use of technology
  • To increase future digital citizenship
  • To promote reflection in networking
  • Educating to the relationship : listening , empathy , solidarity
  • Support parents and teachers in their educational role

Solution tweet text

Project of digital education about responsible use and conscious use of web and new technology

Solution innovativeness

It is a new problem of the last twenty years that is not adequately addressed.

Solution transferability

replicable.

Solution sustainability

Funding through participation in calls for proposals concerning the topic-context.

Solution team work

University of Foggia

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