TECH TO TEACH
DIGITAL IS THE NEW LINGUA FRANCA!
Tech to Teach is an Erasmus+ project in the field of school education and aims to develop a more digital and technology-based education environment where active learning happens while offering a virtual learning opportunity in and out of school context. Integration of technology interdisciplinarily with different lessons is essential for blended learning. The below objectives respond to following priorities;
- Addressing digital transformation through development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity (Horizontal Priority),
- Supporting teachers, school leaders and other teaching professions (School Education),
- Promoting interest and excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and the STEAM approach (School Education).
Tech to Teach is a large-scale project, as it involves 8 different organizations (governorship, educational authorities, universities, and schools) from 4 EU countries: Turkey, Greece, North Macedonia and Portugal.
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