As a product of the Media Literacy Camp “Dealing with misinformation through education” – TechCamp Ohrid, the team composed of the coordinator Zorica Milkova from the “Tosho Velkov – Pepeto” OOU Kavadarci, teacher Biljana Stojanovska from OOU “Sveti Kiril i Metodij” Center, Skopje and IT expert and mentor Aleksandar Acev,Continue Reading

The project “Native Terms of Media Literacy Give You Better Capacity” is created as a result of the need to find appropriate translation and interpretation of the media literacy terms. In the teaching process is very important the student to understand the terms for media literacy and to use themContinue Reading

After successfully completing the media literacy camp “Combating Disinformation through Education” TechCamp Ohrid 2023, a team of teachers from five primary schools in the Republic of North Macedonia, after receiving a grant, began implementing the project “Developing and Testing a Media Literacy Curriculum” implemented by the Center for Innovation andContinue Reading

In the “Media literacy for all” project, two special educators and rehabilitators from Special primary school “Maca Ovcharova”, Veles, who participated in TechCamp in Ohrid, 2023 and acquired knowledge in the field of media literacy, will implement adapted workshops in the field of media literacy for teaching staff. The workshopsContinue Reading

Initial activities within the framework of the project TruthTech: “Media Digital Triangle”, as a result of the Media Literacy Camp “Tackling Misinformation Through Education”, This camp is part of the project implemented by the Center for Innovation and Digital Education together with the Embassy of the United States of AmericaContinue Reading

In an era where information flows faster and wider than ever before, discerning fact from fiction has become a paramount skill. The “TruthTech: Media Literacy in the Age of AI” (“ML in AA”) is a comprehensive and engaging initiative designed to empower teachers with knowledge and skills needed to design andContinue Reading

This week has also ended in which we promoted informatics, coding, critical thinking and problem solving. We thank all the dedicated teachers who joined this action. If we look at the Informatics Week 2024 in numbers, this year we had the largest participation of schools, About 75 schools from MacedoniaContinue Reading

Dig-Ed activities within the project “Using Games to Learn Cyber Security and Misinformation” are part of the Digital Skills Playbook for Educators, publication supported by the European Commission. The playbook is designed to support educators in teaching Digital Competence Framework for Citizens – DigComp 2.2 skills. This playbook has been produced by aContinue Reading