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Data protection game

14.05.18 / Didactical resource / Media competence

Developed by Canada’s Center for Digital and Media Literacy, the game Data Defenders gives young people an introduction to management and protection of their personal data on websites and in apps. It is available in French and English and accompanied by a guideline for teachers.

habilomedias.ca

Science on Stage Switzerland

09.05.18 / School competition / STEM

MINT teachers from all levels can submit educational school projects to the national competition. The four best projects will be invited to participate at the Science on Stage Europe festival to be held in Portugal in autumn 2019. The closing date for entries is 30 September 2018.

naturwissenschaften.ch

3rd International Congress on Vocational and Professional Education

17.04.18 / Event

On 6–8 June the congress will look at the challenges in adapting to the needs of the labour market in a rapidly changing and digitalised world, lifelong learning and curriculum development. The professional event attracts an international audience from the fields of education, politics and business.

vpet-congress.ch

European Schoolnet on Twitter

22.03.18 / Information society

Future Classroom Lab has created the channel «@fcl_euschoolnet » to share innovative pedagogical practices and news regarding educational trends, technologies and training events happening at the innovative learning space in Brussels.

twitter.com/fcl_euschoolnet

Seven policies for the school of tomorrow

12.02.18 / Publication / Media competence

economiesuisse published (in the national languages) seven pieces of advice, on how education policies can help the education system to successfully make the digital transformation. One example: the disciplines mathematics and German in primary school should be taught by digital means.

www.economiesuisse.ch (German)

JAMESfocus «Movies, Games and YouTuber»

07.02.18 / Publication / Media competence

The third in-depth report (in German) on the JAMES Study focuses on favourite movies, games and YouTubers of Swiss adolescents between 12 and 19 years of age. They are put into context with textual and gender preferences as well as youth media protection in the sense of age rating control.

www.zhaw.ch

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