This Erasmus+ project is a joint initiative of three organisations – an education centre from Poland and two schools from Croatia and Portugal. We have been inspired by the Connected Learning approach to explore cases of youth learning that is motivated by authentic interests and bridging school tasks with engagement in after school activities with the use of digital media.
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Call for Proposals for Connected Learning Summit 2020
Call for proposals now open for the third annual Connected Learning Summit. With a unique focus on cross-sector connections and progressive and catalytic innovation.
CLRN multiplier event at Tavira, Portugal
The Erasmus+ Project, Connect Your learning (CLRN), had its second multiplier event on June, 26, at Secondary School Dr. Jorge Augusto Correia, in Tavira, Portugal. The goal was to draw the attention to this project which lasted from 2017 to 2019. During these two...
Multiplier Event in Dalj 07. 06. 2019. KZC Milutin Milanković, Dalj
The CLRN principles and methods, as well all relevant project results have been presented at the Multiplier Event on June 7, 2019 at the conference hall in the Cultural and scientific centre Milutin Milanković in Dalj. The project team of our school introduced the...
Reclaiming Digital Futures Report
Connected Learning Alliance has recently issued a new toolkit, and associated report Reclaiming Digital Futures: Lessons to Help Youth Thrive through Informal Learning with Technology. The report shares effective practices for equitable, youth-centered digital...
Learnig the Security Elements of Euro Banknotes and coins
“Connect your money” is a global project developed by a group of students of social studies and economics class of Jorge Augusto Correia Secondary School, in Tavira – Portugal. This project started from a students’ idea about the main question: “How to distinguish...
Magazine: TAVILLA, n. 1, 2018
Doing research work with historical sources may seem tough work, but if you add new challenges including the use of digital media students feel more inspired. Check out an online magazine, Tavilla, on local history from Tavira, Algarve, in Portugal.