It aims at being the European Map of Legality and promoting the Culture of Legality through ICT
To promote and assess the use of information and communication
technologies (ICT) in education.
To improve the competence of 10-14 year old students in the use of ICT by demonstrating how ICT can provide an instrument for personal, civic and social growth and by providing an introduction to new professions within the ICT sectors.
- At least 18 teachers, preferably in humanities and arts, selected from 18 schools in 6 EU countries (IT, GR, AT, NL, PL, SE).
- At least 270 students in 18 schools of 6 EU countries, possibly from among the most marginalised districts.
- The general public (local population in the districts concerned, other classrooms or schoolsnot directly involved in the initiative, users of the radio or TV stations, newspapers and websites used by the information campaign.
Covering 3 kind of initiatives
- Training for trainers in the use of PC tools to enhance teamwork during workshops with a view to accomplishing multilevel tasks.
- Workshop with students for the creation of a series of videogames.
- Information campaigns on the internet and at local level (in 6 countries) for promoting the "Culture of Legality through ICT".
- Result 1: 18 teachers in the humanities and arts will test and directly verify the effectiveness of ICT in promoting education on themes closely correlated with their own traditional disciplines.
- Result 2: 300 students will learn how to combine direct experiences, creativity and new technical skills in order to build sophisticated multimedia products and will be introduced to new professions in the ICT sectors.
- Result 3: civil dialogue on the "Culture of Legality" promoted in schools and in local contexts, based on the visions offered by the videogames produced during the workshops and disseminated by internet, radio, TV and press.