Fostering Artificial Intelligence at Schools

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is believed to be a key driver of the 4th industrial revolution that will transform the economy and reinvent the nature of our work. We will increasingly be supported by and interact with technology that is powered by Artificial Intelligence. This calls for an education that prepares us for this future.

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Agile 4 Collaboration

The Agile Management was developed how a management philosophy developed in software management and recently being adapted across other sectors.With the success of Agile Management, educators and entrepreneurs in education saw the potential of the method and brought it into a free learning, self-directed learning school in New York, 7 years ago. 2013 was the birth year of Agile Learning Centre. Their approach and success among students and their families grew into a global movement and a growing Agile Learning Centres Network.

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AgileXR – Teamwork

Distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic has put a lot of strain on learners’ academic motivation due to the lack of a social support system and a sense of community. For younger learners, poor experience in self-regulation of their learning hampers the motivation for learning even more. Collaborative learning experiences can combat these challenges by enhancing interactions between the students and with the teachers in distance learning. When it’s done well, collaborative learning can be fun, engaging, social and productive.

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Youth 4 Bauhaus

The idea to submit the Youth 4 Bauhaus project emerged with the launching of the New European Bauhaus initiative (NEBI), in October 2020 by the European Commission. NEBI is a green initiative of the European Union, bringing together the aspects of sustainable development, beauty, and democracy under one roof to build beautiful, sustainable andinclusive places to live together. For the moment, the concept is defined on the European level as the EC President, Ursula von der Leyen says ‘’The New European Bauhaus is a project of hope to explore how we live better together after the pandemic. It is about matching sustainability with style, to bring the European Green Deal closer to people’s mindsand homes’’.

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St@ndbyMe is an educational tool for ethical, transparent, and safe activities in adult education, targeting the digital inclusion of older persons in Europe which aims to support practitioners in the field of adult education (i.e., teaching older persons the use of ICTs) and care (especially long-term care) in building their capacity on how they can help older persons to meet their potential in digital participation, while protecting their rights to health, autonomy, independence, and privacy.

The project received funding by the European Commission through the Erasmus+.

Partners: CollectiveUP, University of Linkoping, 50+ Hellas, APSS, Frankfurter-verband