Technology and gamification as a means to achieve a more sustainable world

In January, the first transnational meeting of the Erasmus plus project, known as We’R’World, took place via as a virtual event. The aim is to encourage primary school pupils from across Europe to achieve better results in science subjects and to improve their digital and horizontal skills, such as initiative, creativity, and cooperative teamwork. It […]

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AIJU develops Industry 4.0 content for vocational training centres from around Europe

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ project New training resources for the change of the industrial paradigm, ROBOT@3DP, AIJU staged virtual training sessions in January with the aim of applying Industry 4.0 to vocational training centres from all over Europe.   The event covered topics such as the design and 3D modelling of parts and […]

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The VleaRning project as a benchmark at the Innovative Centres Event

The We learn to apply augmented and virtual reality in our technology class (Vlearning) project, co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme, is entering its final six-month stretch and remains a benchmark for educational centres. The project aims to implement virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies at schools. To succeed in this task, an eLearning […]

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Developing a chatbot to help young people with ASD find work

The e-learning platform for the development of socio-occupational skills in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), or WOTICS, led by the Asperger Association of Alicante (ASPALI), continues to develop new materials to improve the job prospects of young people with ASD.   Following the launch of the WOTICS Job Search Guide, which is now available […]

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Modular robot development

The Modelling Educational Robot (MER) European project seeks to improve the knowledge and skills of vocational students in response to the prevailing needs of the labour market. The MER learning proposition is based on knowledge of robotic components and their application through the development of modular robots.   Having already developed a basic robot prototype, […]

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Artificial intelligence for inclusive education

The Inclusive Artificial Intelligence (INCAI) project aims to study the ways in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help in the educational realm, and more precisely in adult education, by fostering a more inclusive and flexible learning environment. The aim is to unlock the potential of artificial intelligence in helping the most underprivileged learners, who require […]

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AIJU is working alongside APADIS to develop an “easy-to-read” handbook for people with intellectual disabilities

The project, titled Accessible digital journalism and media education for people with intellectual disabilities, or EASYNEWS, aims to empower people with intellectual disabilities by offering tools to adapt news to easy-to-read format. The project, which is part of the ERASMUS+ call for tenders and proposals, involves several expert organisations from countries such as Greece, Italy, […]

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AIJU to deliver training on artificial intelligence

AIJU is preparing training courses on artificial intelligence aimed at secondary school teachers, within the framework of the European project Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to foster 21st century skills in secondary education, or EDU4AI. The goal is to bring artificial intelligence closer to students through the maker movement trend.   The main aim of […]

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Educational games on nutrition

A Nutrition Guide has been developed within the framework of the Food Gaming for Active Ageing (FG4AG) initiative, to provide detailed information on the benefits of different food groups and nutrients and focusing on the nutritional needs of people over 55 years of age. The guide will soon be available on the project website in […]

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Adapting schools to the digital society for improving educational technological skills

The first virtual meeting under the Innovative schools adapted to the digital society for improving technological educational skills (ISTEDU) initiative was held in January of this year. It is an Erasmus+ project, funded by the Spanish Service for the Internationalisation of Education, with the aim of adapting educational skills in schools to new technologies.   […]

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