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This newsletter if for teachers & trainers of all levels of education                      THIRD ISSUE

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Inspiring Science Education Competition


Are you an Inspiring Science Teacher?

Would you like to share some of your most inspiring teaching moments?

If the answer is yes – then take part in the Inspiring Science Education Competition 2014–2015!

This competition is all about recognising and rewarding inspirational science teaching practice. If you are a teacher who is planning to run an exciting experiment in your science class between now and March 31, 2015, this is a chance for you to highlight your work to schools and policy-makers all over Europe.

Click to read all details on the Digiskills Portal

Meet us at the Innovation of Education Conference in Spain
CECE, one of the Digiskills project partner will be disseminating good practices and leaflets at the conference. Keynote speakers for the conference include Richard Gerver, Robert Swartz, Alfonso Aguiló, Raúl Santiago, Fernando Trujillo.
The conference is in Spanish.
Read more about the event
Open Discovery Space International Summer Academy
This summer course supports school innovation by training is for school leaders and leading members of school staff. It support the development of schools into open learning communities. Participants will evaluate their current context, the prevailing culture and attitudes in ther schools towards change and innovation. They will collaborate in groups in order to design an a needs-based innovation plan for their school, as well as methods to evaluate the impact of the innovation strategy.
Participate here
Multimedia Cards and Bookmarks: How to use multimedia tools and office applications in everyday life as well as for educational purposes is often necessary nowadays. This good practice shows the implementation of such tools and applications in a practical way. Teachers can use and teach a variety of digital tools to strengthen their digital skills.
Read about this practice
Good Practices Video

Social Media for Education - online tool

Are you using or plan to use social media for your lesson plans / teaching activities? This easy-to-use free online tool developed by a group ot teachers/researchers supports you on choosing the right ones and gives advice on how to use them.This good practice was introduced at the Digiskills European Workshop and this is how it works:
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