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These guidelines are designed to help educators understand the potential that the applications of AI and data usage can have in education and to raise awareness of the possible risks.
Jump into the wonderful and peculiar world of the internet with this guide on how it works, the magic of programming, and how to freely roam this landscape in a safe and secure way.
Free resources in 29 languages to help teachers introduce coding and computational thinking to students of all ages. These fun activities will help de...
Meet Helena, Klaus, Kasia, Enzo and Marion – our “DIGITAL EXPLORERS” on a fieldtrip across Europe to see how digitalisation is coming along.
IdeasPowered@School provides a variety of ready-to-use educational materials in all EU languages on intellectual property for teachers and students of all ages and levels.
The pandemic demonstrated just how fast misleading or false information can spread online. With this toolkit, secondary school teachers can help their students separate what is real from what is fake when they are browsing online.
The Guidelines bring together pedagogy and practice in one easy-to-use format: How do we get young people excited about fact-checking and critical thinking? What are the technical dimensions of disinformation? How can we identify deep fakes?
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Whatever you’re looking for, there is something for you happening at the European Parliament - and everyone is invited.
This toolkit has been developed for primary school teachers and primary school young learners (6-7 years old). It aims to support teachers to organise discussions in the classroom to effectively address gender stereotypes, based on the example of the transport sector.
This toolkit has been developed for secondary school teachers and secondary school young learners (14–15 years old). It aims to support teachers to organise discussions in the classroom to effectively address gender stereotypes, based on the example of the transport sector.
In 2018, the European Union celebrated the 50th anniversary of the EU Customs Union.
Do your students want to help change the world? The 'EU Democracy in Action’ Toolkit encourages students to take an active role in European issues with four interactive lessons on democracy in the EU and the European Citizens’ Initiative.
The European Commission is presenting the first ever Child Rights Strategy to ensure protection and support to all children, regardless of background,...
Your private data is now protected, thanks to GDPR, the EU's new data privacy law.