Digital Citizenship Education Days
Digital Literacy Primary educators attended the conference Digital Citizenship Education Days which took place on 3-4 November. This event brought together over 300 participants including policy makers, school principals, educators, parents and academics from 36 European countries.
During this conference the Council of Europe presented its concept of digital citizenship education. The event featured two keynote presentations on the impact of digital citizenship on the use of technology in education and how the COVID-19 crisis turned into an opportunity for educators to upskill their digital skills, respectively.
The videoconference also presented the top finding of the Digital Citizenship Education Survey 2020 which drew a lot of interest. Malta was the country with the second largest number of survey respondents. The survey report is available here.
You can follow the opening and keynote speeches here.