In the context produced by the COVID19 crisis, for which many learnings have been forced to make a prompt transformation to e-learning or blended learning, it is especially important to provide teachers with resources easy to use and implement, and that allow the students to go forward autonomously in their learning, minimizing the use of streaming lectures in favor of the use of specific educational materials for e-learning. It is particularly important for computer science education, since, according to studies by CEDEFOP, INE (Spanish Institute of Statistics) and SEPE (Spanish Employment Service), software development is the second most demanded profession in Europe, being the first in Spain and Portugal, and has an unemployment rate well below of the average and a much higher rate of permanent contracts.
|Realization period||From 01/05/2021 to 30/04/2023|
|EU Grant||187.334 EUR|
|Key Action||Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices|
|Action Type||KA226 – Partnerships for Digital Education Readiness|