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D3 Digital data project receives quality label award

open data imageD3 – Developing Digital Data literacy, is an Erasmus Plus project (2020-2023) examining the importance of teaching data literacy in schools.

After review and evaluation from the Erasmus unit, we are delighted to announce that D3 has been awarded the Erasmus Quality Label from the Flemish national agency EPOS (Eposvzw)  for the work undertaken .

D3 related to the need for information literacy for all citizens in Europe. Eradicating present-day problems such as the rise of populism and mis-information in all its forms and dimensions is one of the greatest challenges faced in Europe.

D3 sought to integrate open data, digital skills and democratic engagement in schools.

The D3 project produced four outputs for schools and teachers:quality label

IO1: Review school curricula and qualifications, open data tools
This review relates to the EC Digicomp framework and provides a capacity building tool by identifying opportunities to integrate open data and digital data tools into secondary schools and responsive to “digital data skills” gaps. Download the review

IO2: Teacher Training Course
The training course focuses on competences related to digital technologies and data literacy in initial and continuing teacher education and training
Module training units  —  An introduction to the training – Download training materials (6 languages)

IO3: Teaching resources on democratic engagement and open data
These teaching resources provide blueprints for teachers to use digital data and information tools to help build critical engagement and active citizenship.
Open Data Tools – D3 Lesson Blueprints

IO4: A Gallery of Case studiesttf image
These demonstrate pedagogical approaches for developing digital data literacy in secondary schools.
Explore the Gallery

Find out more about the follow-up open data project “Teaching the Future” which has developed a data dashboard, data tools, training materials, a pedagogical/curriculum analysis and other resources related to the challenge of accessing open data when teaching about climate change.

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