Digital Response Project

Digital Response
The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the normal business operations and processes of almost any industry as well as the normal life of any citizen of the EU countries. The normal operations of the educational organizations were severely affected, as well as the teaching and learning efforts of teachers, pupils and their parents, students, participants of life-long learning. The educational ecosystem was forced to adapt by implementing organizational and technology means. The ”Covid-19 Digital Response” project’s (d-Response) objectives are: 1 Capacity building for online, blended and distance learning and teaching by using digital technologies 2 Development of digital pedagogical competencies of teachers based on the EU Framework for Competences in the field of digital technologies 3 Creation of learning content suitable for working in a digital environment. Dissemination of this content upon the “open source” model 4 Creation of methodology and processes for the implementation of online, blended and distance learning along the educational lifecycle, under normal and Covid-19 like situations.
ACEEU's Role: Quality assurance and impact evaluation leader; co-developer of intellectual outputs
ACEEU will host the Train- the- trainer event in Muenster at the end of O3 and after the initial works of O4 are done. They will also be responsible for the Quality Assurance and monitoring of all created Intellectual Outputs. ACEEU will be also responsible to deliver all intellectual and reporting outputs as per the agreed project plan and the signed partnership contract.

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Project period
01 Apr 2021 to 31 Mar 2023
Funding body & program
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships, European Commission
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