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The project is an educational initiative that addresses the gap between the ease of technology use and the responsibility that comes with it. In the digital age, students and teachers alike are immersed in technology, yet there's a striking need for comprehensive digital citizenship education. This project focuses on empowering both students and educators with the skills and knowledge required to navigate the digital world responsibly, emphasizing the importance of understanding digital rights, duties, and the legal aspects of online interactions.




The Objectives


The project focuses on integrating EU digital citizenship skills into school curriculums, adapting learning programs to foster an understanding of EU values and human rights in the digital world.

Equip teachers with knowledge about European Citizenship rights and duties, enhancing their digital citizenship skills and literacy in classroom teachings.

Teach students about safe, responsible online behavior, fostering skills in digital identity and civic-mindedness, and developing them into independent, engaged learners.


Raise awareness about digital society's impact on EU civic values and human rights, and facilitate networking among educational professionals across Europe to create synergistic educational experiences.

Project Results

The Digital EU Citizenship Skills package will provide teachers with essential resources and knowledge to effectively teach digital citizenship.

Pedagogical Sequences provide materials for easily integrating digital citizenship into classroom lessons, offering students a well-rounded education in navigating the digital landscape.

The Reality Tasks Toolkit emphasizes the practical use of digital knowledge, linking theory to real-world situations and aiding students in developing key skills for managing their online presence, understanding digital rights, and making informed choices online.


Project: 2023-1-IT02-KA220-SCH-000154610

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

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