At the core of our project are three transnational learning, teaching and training activities, during which several workshops, debates, round-tables, study trips and practice sessions are carried out. Each school is represented by six students and four teachers, so all together, 36 students and 24 teachers will be directly involved and therefore responsible for the implementation of the project outcomes in their schools. We have three starting points:
- Being a digital native does not guarantee success at school. Instead, we need to unite technology, pedagogy and change management at whole-school level to make a difference.
- Innovation and student-centeredness is a teacher-level phenomenon.
- A good school fosters the teachers’ intrinsic motivation and inspires their cooperation, both transnational and local.
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