Right after the school vacation kicked in, eConfidence project partners gathered for two engaging outreach activities for teachers and education professionals.
The eConfidence project and some of the results of the pilot test were presented to more than 300 education professionals at the XXV International Congress on Learning in Athens.
The expert seminar 'Evidence-based development of serious games for the educational sector: challenges and perspectives' will take place on 12 September 2018 in the Future Classroom Lab of European Schoolnet, in Brussels.
"Competence and digital citizenship for social transformation" was the title of the University Conference on Educational Technology held on June 27, 28 and 29 in Donostia-San Sebastián (Spain).
Let's play along to find out how can serious games have a positive impact on youth's behavioural changes!
The 21st Psychology Days in Zadar is an international scientific conference and it was organised by the Department of Psychology of the University of Zadar and the Croatian Psychological Association under auspices of the Croatian Ministry of Science and Eduaction. The conference took place between 24 to 26 May 2018.
How can the use of serious game have a positive impact in behavioural changes? How can they be used in the leaning and teaching environments as a positive resource for young people, teachers, parents and carers? What innovative methodologies can be applied to develop serious games for this context? What stakeholders should be involved in this process?
How can you use serious games as educational resources providing an interactive and innovative way of learning for pupils? The eConfidence project experts are organising Continuous Professional Development activities on these topics, for schools and education professionals, in collaboration with the eTwinning initiative.
On 20 March 2018, the DIM-EDU group together with University of Salamanca (USAL) organised at the latter's premises a joint meeting with innovation centres in the Castilla y Leon region (Spain). Counting on the participation of 194 attendees, the main objectives of this meeting were to exchange knowledge and experiences among centers that are already innovating "at the center level", in order to better guide the actions they are already carrying out and provide guidance and examples to follow the centers that are beginning this process.