The European project e-InnoEduCO2 “School science e-learning ONE HEALTH” is an Erasmus+ KA226 European educational innovation project (2021-2023). It is coordinated by the City Council of Outes, with the scientific direction of the Research Group of Social Pedagogy and Environmental Education (SEPA-interea) of the USC.

CESGA is the main technological partner, and the consortium is formed by 7 European partners from Spain, Portugal, Poland and Romania: University of Aveiro (Factory of Live Science) and Agrupamento de Escolas de Aveiro from Portugal, Liceo XXVI de Lodz in Poland and the University of Iasi in Romania.

The main objective of the project is to develop a STE(A)M – TIC pedagogical model that allows compensating for the increase in the EU’s shortcomings in Vocational Education (VET) by adapting the telematic training of the COVID-19 era to the curricular needs of experimentation scientific. The experimentation of this model is aimed at students in the last cycle of Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate.

CESGA carries out the design of a telematic support proposal for a virtual school laboratory and its use in different learning situations: face-to-face, online, mixed, as well as the development of a mobile app, using geolocation and data capture, for the development of school science field experiences for the project.

You can see all info at www.innoeduco2.org