We are living in a time of rapid changes.

Students respond to it by using information and communication technology (ICT). Lifelong learning is no longer an individual choice but is becoming a necessity for tracking economic and social change.

Teachers are thus also required to monitor advances in technology and modern trends in the field of education by using ICT because changes affect methods of teaching and learning and the acquisition of digital literacy.

Project entitled Digital competences for teachers (DIGICOMP) is carried out as part of the Erasmus+ program.


Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union