Envisaged project outputs
For decision-makers (inspectors, official programme managers, etc.), the project will review and summarise educational policy texts related to literacy/digital citizenship published by the ECML member states and the Council of Europe and other supra- or international institutions. It will identify priorities and educational policy orientations for the development of digital citizenship in the field of language education.
On the basis of these priorities and educational policy orientations, the project will develop a pedagogical framework for the development of digital citizenship that will be useful for decision-makers, language teachers and language teacher educators.
For language teachers and their trainers, the project will develop suggestions for concrete and practical activities (lesson plans). They will be elaborated on the basis of the orientations identified in the initial review and the pedagogical framework.
The project will deliver two information/training webinars for its target audiences, in particular language teachers and their educators.
The activities designed by the project team will enable L1, L2 and L3 (or even Ln) teachers to enhance their professional skills in order to help learners starting at level A2 (or A1) to
- evaluate the information published on the Internet in a critical and autonomous way;
- understand how the participatory web works, how information is created and disseminated;
- become critical, creative and responsible actors in the participatory web;
- become citizens of an inclusive (multilingual and multicultural) society.