We are all Digital Natives! – Sharing digital methods for digital citizens

“We are all digital natives” stands for a new way of thinking about education and lifelong learning. In Europe, learners need to know how to act and live with digital reality. Younger users need to achieve digital responsibility. Older learners and workers need to be introduced to and made proficient in the navigation of the digital world in order to qualify them for jobs needed today. The biggest challenge to become and stay a “digital native” is faced by teachers and trainers in all education sectors, in formal and non-formal education. For them it will in future be increasingly important to keep pace with the latest digital methods and technologies in order to keep their curricula up to date. This project will define and compare, publish and promote good practice examples of digital methods used in all education modes in Europe and in the implementing countries of the project partners.
Digital skills are increasingly vital to successful lifelong practises. Therefore, the project partners specifically address the aims of strategic partnerships enhancing the quality and relevance of the learning offer in education, training and youth work, by developing new and innovative approaches and supporting the dissemination of best practices.
The aim of the project is to evaluate and define good practice of use of digital methods in different education and social change sectors. Therefore we will organize 5 transnational meetings, where we expect 20 participants during each meeting (project team and external stakeholders), reaching a participation of minimum 100 participants in total.
For every meeting each partner prepare and perform 2 good practice examples of digital methods used, then documented in an internet database in all project partner language. At each meeting 12 methods will be presented, summarizing at the end of the project a documentation with minimum 60 digital methods used in all education sectors in Europe. The 60 methods will be available in 6 languages.
The project will create a project homepage, which will be used as well for dissemination of results and communication.