The Cyprus Computer Society and the IT Teacher Association will hold the 1st Pancyprian Informatics Competition BEBRAS for Primary School Students and the 11th Pancyprian Informatics Competition BEBRAS for Gymnasium Students.
From 13 to 15 October 2020 the Cyprus Computer Society and ICDL Cyprus, in collaboration with IET Cyprus Chapter, will organise a distance learning course for trainers on Web Editing with the use of the Kompozer open platform.
The European Commission has published the Digital Education Action Plan (DEAP) 2021-2027. The new Plan has two strategic priorities: to develop a high-performing digital education ecosystem and enhance digital skills and digital transformation competences.
The John von Neumann Computer Society (NJSZT), together with the Hungarian Government and the local municipality, are organising this year’s Central-European Olympiad of Informatics (CEOI) in Nagykanizsa, from 23 – 29 August 2020.
The European Commission has updated its Digital Education Action Plan proposal from earlier this year to better reflect the new circumstances created by the crisis. The action plan’s aim is to increase digital literacy, help EU countries work together to adapt their education and training systems to the digital age and harness the internet’s potential to make online learning available to all.
Immediately after the announcement of the lockdown, free-of-charge distance learning sessions were introduced with the support of CCS members. These were offered to trainers, educators and the general public in order to support them in the personal development.
Ensuring a balanced movement of highly qualified people is a challenge for the whole European Union. This was the conclusion at a meeting between education ministers of the EU, which took place on 20 February.