The European Commission is looking for education professionals to join a consultation group that will contribute to the preparation of the European Digital Education Content Framework.
Are you involved in acquiring, producing, training or using digital content for teaching and learning in schools?
If you are, you have the opportunity to participate in a stakeholder consultation group organised by the European Commission on the European Digital Education Content Framework, one of the actions of the Digital Education Action Plan.
Why take part?
As part of this action, you can contribute to a study on the preparation of European Digital Education Content Framework.
Professionals in the education sector will have a chance to
- rethink, evaluate and propose a framework for all those involved in education
- participate in two European consultations planned for March and May 2023
- meet like-minded colleagues to exchange, interact and share relevant information for their daily practice
- get access to a series of mini-questionnaires, webinars, focus groups, podcasts and publications related to the study that will help enhance their professional expertise
What will the group do?
The stakeholder consultation group will play an important role in connection with each component of the study.
In particular, they will
- help identify and respond to the most pressing challenges
- contribute to the development of a matrix analysis allowing an all-encompassing approach to the production, access to and use of digital educational content
- take part in regular activities and exchanges (e.g. via workshops, webinars, and a dedicated online channel)
How to take part
If you are interested, fill in the registration form before 15 January 2023.
This will allow us to
- discover your expectations and interests
- have an idea of the type of professionals represented in the group, to ensure a diverse range of stakeholders across Europe
- ensure that you know how your personal data will be treated along the study
The registration process includes an opportunity for you to review and confirm your acceptance of the code of conduct for the online channel that the group will use.
Source: European Commission I European Education Area (https://bit.ly/3UQ4KYo)