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Better Digital Learning

Better Digital Learning

The project Reconnect had their second transnational project meeting, devided over two days (April 13th-14th 2021). The digital meeting covered among others the data analysis report of the student focus groups. Previously we already published an article with the results of the student questionnaires (Click here). Part 2 of the ReConnect Blog series ‘Better Digital Teaching and Learning’ has a very interesting outcome: Students really like science and social studies. The students don’t really come up with amazing answers when it comes to why these lessons are the most engaging and well liked: ‘Because it’s very interesting and like it very much’ are the most obvious answers. But don’t worry, it get’s better.

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Data Analysis ReConnect: Conclusions Student Questionnaires

Data Analysis ReConnect: Conclusions Student Questionnaires

Social Media and young people are intrinsically linked to each other. As innovators, young people are the ones who get absorbed into new technological trends which makes them also heavyweight users of social media. Young people from an early age are being exposed to social media and online tools for leisure, socialization and education. This makes the young generation, also referred to as Millennials, very savvy and skillful when it comes to using online tools and social media. On the other hand, this generation is criticized for the lack of social skills when it comes to face-to-face communication. This generation is perceived as disconnected from the ‘offline’ aspect of life, due to their immersion into the online aspect. There is this generational gap, struggle and tension between generations. The primary challenge for educators and students is to find common ground which will benefit both generations. Below the Student Questionnaire Conclusions

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ReConnect

ReConnect

Research shows that more than 80% of young people in Europe use the internetfor social activities. Whilst mobile access to the internet significantly increasedover the last years, the use of technology for educational purposes lags behind.Through this project, the educators will learn new skills on how to harness thesoft-skills as well as robust digital skills needed by the learners and educators tothrive in their future employment and life.

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