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The pilot phase of CRISS comes to an end

Everything has an end and, after nine months of work, the pilot phase of the CRISS project ends on June 30th. However, the CRISS platform will remain open throughout the month of July so that teachers can make any query and the students have time enough to download the certificates of the acquired competences. We [...]

June 13th, 2019|Blog, News|

Download certificates for students

Students can obtain digital competence certification by downloading a series of certificates issued by the CRISS consortium according to their degree of participation in the project. It is important to emphasize that these certificates are only available to students, since the teachers who successfully passed the MOOC course already had the opportunity to download the [...]

Flipped Classroom methodology, example of educational innovation

Educational innovation offers a new perspective in teaching through the Flipped Classroom model. The Flipped Classroom methodology breaks with the traditional teaching scheme that many teachers apply in their teaching work. The conventional image of a training process is associated to theoretical classes taught in the classroom by professors who are experts in their respective [...]

May 8th, 2019|News|

Discover the new features of the CRISS platform

Discover the new features of the CRISS platform, which include its own Social Network for each educational center, a new scenario for Magellan that allows students to create their own virtual museum, a quick certification guide and new advanced reports to improve student tracking. 1. CRISS Social Network is re-launched Now teachers and students from [...]

April 25th, 2019|News|

Last call! Third and final edition of the MOOC course for teachers

Third and final edition of the MOOC course about the theoretical framework of digital competence and the use of the CRISS platform has been launched. The main purpose is that teachers learn to work digital competence in the classroom and they can therefore achieve one of the eight key competences stablished by the European Commission: [...]

April 2nd, 2019|News|

Science and gender: how to approach girls to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)

Women researchers, scientists and engineers are a minority compared to men, both in Spain and in the rest of the world. It is a question of gender: women, due to family mandates, socio-cultural prejudices or because society demands them in other work environments, women have little access to professional branches related to science, technology, engineering [...]

March 8th, 2019|edtech|

Pedagogical trends and educational innovation 2019

Each year, education advances towards a future that will be marked by technological challenges. The digital competences of your students are the indispensable tools to face it. Fortunately, pedagogical trends are going at the speed of changes. We tell you what is the latest in educational innovation so that, as a teacher, you put it [...]

February 20th, 2019|edtech|

Education World Forum (EWF): The latest in educational innovation

The latest in educational innovation was presented and discussed at the end of January during the World Education Forum (EWF) held in London. There, education experts unveiled the most innovative trends in educational policies. Digitization, a pending issue for most countries, was one of the central issues. In this post we delve into what the [...]

February 6th, 2019|edtech, News|

How to get students used to remote work

Remote working can be a good way of working, and it is being used by lots of companies nowadays; that is why it is interesting to get our students used to this new work model that will grow over the years. As of now, about 27% of companies have employees who perform at least half [...]

December 12th, 2018|News|