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10 new European projects approved for Pixel

10 new European projects, in which Pixel is involved either as coordinator or as partner, have been recently approved by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ and the EuropeAid Programmes.

 
The approved projects are the following.
 
The European project entitled MathE - Improve Math Skills in Higher Education was written and coordinated by Pixel in cooperation with the project applicant and scientific coordinator Instituto Politécnico de Bragança based in Bragança (Portugal). The project was funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education. The aim of the MathE project is to enhance, through digital technologies, the quality and relevance of teachers pedagogies to reinforce students’ knowledge and skills by providing innovative pathways for the teaching and learning of mathematics.
 
The European project entitled FICTION - Functional ICT Instruction On the Net was written and coordinated by Pixel in cooperation with the project applicant and scientific coordinator Södertörn University. The project was funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnerships for School Education. The aim of the FICTION project is to enhance teachers' knowledge to teach students to use digital tools for their own understanding of Science and to identify weaknesses and strengths in teaching digital tools in schools.
 
The European project entitled ALCMAEON - Design a digital collection to include medical museum in the teaching of medical humanities and promote object-based learning education model was written and coordinated by Pixel in cooperation with the project applicant and scientific coordinator Universidad Complutense de Madrid based in Madrid (Spain). The project was funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership for Higher Education. The aim of the ALCMAEON project is to overcome the gap between clinical practice and historical perspective of medical humanities, through the representation of the historical scenarios and the integration of historical evidences in specific educational contents.
 
The European project entitled SMiLD - Focus on Students with Mathematics Learning Disabilities was written and coordinated by Pixel in cooperation with the project applicant and scientific coordinator University of Genova based in Genova (Italy). The project was funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership for School Education. The aim of the SMiLD project is to promote the acquisition of skills and key competences with a specific focus on addressing underachievement in maths.
 
The European project entitled Parsifal, the Legends Researcher was written and coordinated by Pixel in cooperation with the project applicant and scientific coordinator CKZiU based in Sosnowiec (Poland). The project was funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership for School Education. The aim of the Parsifal project is to promote the use of ICT to allow students to improve literacy through an aware knowledge of the cultural heritage surrounding them, at the same time carrying out a comparative analysis with the cultural heritage of other European areas.
 
The European project entitled G.A. STEM - Enhancing STEM skills through arts and mini-games is written and coordinated by University of Turku based in Turku (Finland) and involves Pixel in the transnational partnership. The project was funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership in the field of School Education. The G.A. STEM aims at improving motivation in scientific study through the use of “Art-works” as supporter in student creativity development and more awareness of their applications in everyday life.
 
The European project entitled DC4LT - Digital Competences for Language Teachers is written and coordinated by Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) based in Trondheim and involves Pixel in the transnational partnership. The project was funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership in the field of Higher Education. The DC4LT project aims at empowering EU Language Teachers with Digital Competences in order to strengthen them with open and innovative tools and methodologies, and be able to teach online and mobile to a worldwide audience.
 
The European project entitled OPENLang Network - Open European Languages And Cultures Network is written and coordinated by University of Macedonia based in Thessaloniki (Greece) and involves Pixel in the transnational partnership. The project was funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership in the field of Higher Education. The OPENLang Network aims at developing 'The OPENLang Network', which envisages to connect all the Erasmus+ KA1 mobility participants (HE students and staff, VET (at least 1 month mobility), adult and school education staff, youth learners, youth workers, youth entrepreneurs in an OPEN informal and highly interactive online environment which could support more efficiently their effort to develop their language skills of the target mobility EU languages.
 
The European project entitled [email protected] - Future schools using the power of Virtual and Augmented Reality for education and training in the classroom is written and coordinated by Liceul Teoretic de Informatica "Grigore Moisil" (Romania) and involves Pixel in the transnational partnership. The project was funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership for School Education. The [email protected] project aims at supporting virtual reality as a teaching methodology which helps students feel immersed in an experience, gripping their imagination and stimulating thought in ways not possible with traditional books, pictures or videos, and facilitates a far higher level of knowledge retention.
 
The European project entitled Culture and Peer-Learning for Development Education is written and coordinated by City of Cologne (Germany) and involves Pixel in the transnational partnership. The project was funded by the EuropeAid Programme.
 

 

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