CESGA’s e-learning area is responsible for promoting and managing R&D&I projects in the area of e-Learning and e-Collaboration, promoting the integration of ICT in educational institutions and participating in initiatives and projects with industry, universities and other institutions.
Last April 1st, the first field observation pilot was held in the area of Testal, Noia. Two groups of high school students from the participating high schools in Outes and Noia, accompanied by their teachers, have been taking samples and collecting data on the situation of seagrass in the different tidal areas. During these tests, the data collection app developed […]
Yesterday we celebrated a Multiplier event addressed to those interested in ICT and education, teachers, educators, educator policy advisers, etc. related with our European Ocean Connections Project. The Oceans project aims to explore the possibilities of digital tools (specifically Virtual and Augmented Reality) and dialogic and creative pedagogies for improving ocean literacy skills in primary and secondary school classrooms. Over […]
Last week we went to Exeter to work in a new collaborative Erasmus+ project with partners from UK and Denmark: “Ocean Connections: Developing Ocean Literacy through Creative Digital Pedagogies“, coordinated by Exeter University. Three partners come from Galicia, Spain: CESGA, Aquarium Finisterrae from Coruña, and school CPI O Cruce, from Cerceda. Oceans project officially started last October, and will be […]
CESGA participates next week in the kick-off meeting of another European project “Improving Educational innovation, competitiveness and quality of higher education through collaboration between University and Companies. (Educational Knowledge Transfer) », It is coordinated by the Educational Technology Group of the Faculty of Education of the USC, brings together 11 institutions from 7 European countries for three years. The call […]
For the second year, #ApuntasTECH? Contest is open for primary and secondary school students and their teachers from any place in Spain. This contests seeks to gather cool ideas to improve how technologies are used in the classroom, in order to engage girls in them. All the information is available at the project website www.ictgogirls.eu/apuntastech