Incentivized by the promise of advances in technology and the possibility of future school closures, we see a major trend towards digital education across Europe. However, there is limited knowledge at a policy level on how to ensure an inclusive education for every child in this digital world. Understanding both the factors that play into vulnerabilities to fall behind educationally and the actions that contribute to inclusive and successful digital learning are vital in informing and inspiring our new age of digital education.
There is a clear opportunity here to educate policy-makers to inform digital education to be truly inclusive for every child within the European Union and we here at SIRIUS are happy to step into this role.
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting an ‘Inclusive Digital Education Workshop’ for EU Member States on the 2nd and 3rd of December. Inclusive teams of 8 from each Member State which include policy-makers, teachers, migrant activists/organisations, students and parents are invited to join in and create a’Key Learnings’ document for their national situation. This is a one in a chance opportunity to link to a network that can truly impact the situation on the ground and move the digital education movement in a positive direction in each country.
Above you can click on each country, where you will find different statistics and data related to digital education. More information will come.
Below you have our Padlet, created for our workshop about Inclusive Digital Education, you can read, check the audios, and contribute with your opinions and more data!
Report around home learning inequalities among refugees, asylum seekers and migrant communities during the first lockdown in the UK.