Camilo José Cela University, through its Foundation, is currently taking part in the Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium, promoted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in the city of Copenhagen. UCJC is a member of this consortium whose objective is to promote education through technology.
Charlotte Tovar, director of the UCJC Foundation, presented the EachTeach project, an educational platform to train teachers in vulnerable contexts that seeks to promote a circular economy of knowledge and where each teacher can tailor their learning experience to their desired level and pace. This platform has a modular and flexible design through which the teacher can acquire certifications. The software offers teachers the possibility of creating their own content, hence the name of the platform. The official launch of the first pilot project in Kenya is scheduled for next week.
The Danish conference is expected to be attended by major organisations working in this field to jointly build the consortium’s vision for the future.
Calling for mentors for the EachTeach Project
Those teachers who want to take part as mentors in the EachTeach Project can request information and register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.