Helping children develop better social skills and improve their EQ, looking at the role of family and school, these are some of the points covered in our latest international blog post released by our Tech4All partners in China today.
The corona crisis is challenging for parents. How to teach children new safety measure in a fun way? See the info sheet and game we've created with the Council of Europe. Share with your friends and send us your comments at info(at)insight2act.net.
We've been busy with our youth council (ECDG) since our 2019 summer workshop in Athens, creating an activity book for primary schools. All Aboard for DigiTown!, a 72-page publication structured on the Council of Europe's digital citizenship model and adapted to European elementary school curricula, will be launched in May.
An interesting article in the British Observer points out that everything in a "smart" home, from light bulbs to thermostats, could be collecting and using your data. It's worthwhile doing a quick check on your home and your online habits to see just how much data you and your family are giving away.
Join us at 12 midday on Monday 2 March (Room III) at the UNESCO headquarters to share a light lunch and hear about the SmartBus project. So far, 5,000 teens have participated in the programme that has been running since October in Belgium and the Netherlands.
Last week at an event jointly organised by Insight, ECDG and DigiQ in Bratislava, young people met with experts and government officials to celebrate SID and reflect on digital citizenship together. They voted on actions to be taken to help young people become digital citizens. The winning action... workshops!!