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DETECT – Developing Teachers’ Critical Digital Literacies – aims to:

  • develop an understanding of teachers’ needs in relation to critical digital literacies within a school context;
  • raise educators’ awareness regarding the complexity of using digital technologies and social media for educational and institutional purposes;
  • raise educators’ awareness on how to use social media for professional development and lifelong learning;
  • empower and educate educators so that they can take informed decisions regarding digital technologies and social media use and what they share online within the context of the school setting;
  • educate educators so that they can make pedagogically meaningful and safe use of digital technologies;
  • create and user-test in collaboration with educators a range of intellectual outputs and resources on the topic of critical digital literacies (e.g. MOOC and toolkit).
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Critical digital literacies relevant for teachers and schools in the digital age

The DETECT project team invites you to a free event on the topic of critical digital literacies relevant for teachers and students. The event will take place on 19th May 2022 at 13.30-17.30 at the premises of Old FordPrimary Academy, in London 

Learning Teaching and Training Activity n.3 on 19-20-21 January 2022

Please join the Virtual Training Activity n.3, including a number of resources and spaces to exchange ideas about the development of critical digital literacies.

Research outcomes of the DETECT project about Critical Digital Literacies

We are pleased to announce that we have published two new reports as part of the Erasmus+ DETECT project.

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