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

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

After the implementation of Media Literacy Tech Camp “Countering disinformation through education”, to sustain momentum, encourage continued engagement with this issue, and empower participants to take what they have learned and implement it in their work and lives, the TechCampOhrid Small Grants Competition was announced. The participants have applied forContinue Reading

Center for innovations and digital education Dig-Ed together with StartUp Macedonia, as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week North Macedonia 2023, organized an online forum “The importance of math education for future entrepreneurs”. The event was organized online on 15.11.2023 at 19:30. Maja Videnovik was a moderator on a discussion betweenContinue Reading

Kick-off meeting within Erasmus+ project Creating the Network of Excellent ULCA Schools (NELCA) took place in Trnava, Slovakia from 25.10.2023 to 27.10.2023. Representatives from all partner organizations, 18 in total, participated in the meeting. The meeting was opened by Jana Chynoradská, from Harmony Academy, which was hosting organization. Project coordinatorContinue Reading

Center for innovations and digital education has started with the implementation of the Erasmus+ project Creating the Network of Excellent ULCA Schools. The project is a continuation of the previously implemented project Upgrade with Learner Centered Approach ULCA, in which a framework for developing the teachers’ competencies for learner centeredContinue Reading

Media Literacy Tech Camp “Countering disinformation through education” was held from 16 to 19.08.2023 at the Faculty for Tourism and Hospitality in Ohrid. The Tech Camp was organized by the Center for Innovations and Digital Education by Dig-Ed, the United States Embassy in North Macedonia, and the U.S. Department ofContinue Reading

Center for innovations and digital education has started with the implementation of the project “TechCamp for countering misinformation and disinformation”, co-organized with the United States Embassy in North Macedonia, and the U.S. Department of State’s TechCamp team from DC and financed by the U.S. Embassy in North Macedonia. Center forContinue Reading