Digital Literacy for Data Security and Digital Identity

The main objective of the project is to enhance students’ digital literacy in the fields of data security and digital identity, second aim is learning English by method of CLIL. In view of these primary objectives, this project will help to raise students’ employability.

Overview of the project

Project name: Digital Literacy for Data Security and Digital Identity

Financing: Erasmus+ programm
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus

Project coordinator:  Berufskolleg Wipperfürth http://berufskolleg.schule/home/

project partner: Rakvere Ametikool http://www.rak.ee/

duration of the project: 01.09.2016 – 31.08.2018

project webpage: http://projektav14.esy.es

Objectives

We strive to

  1. improve and enhance students’ and teachers’ skills in the fields of data security and digital identity
  2. improve and enhance team working-, project management-, time management-, evaluation skills of those students and teachers involved in the project
  3. improve and enhance intercultural competences
  4. improve foreign language skills, especially English
  5. improve and develop employability skills of those students involved in the project
  6. promote tolerance and tolerance to ambiguity
  7. increase students’ and teachers’ motivation to learning and teaching
  8. create a student-based and problem-centered teaching and learning environment
  9. develop learning and teaching material that can be used by all students of both colleges involved in the project
  10. promote an awareness of European values

Activities in project

German and Estonian students will create digital learning and teaching material together by working on the following project units:

  1. Intercultural studies
  2. Internet crime
  3. Personal rights and social networks
  4. Identity protection in a digital environment 
  5. Digital awareness

In the course of the project German and Estonian students will have the opportunity to cooperate in international teams both online and in face-to-face situations during visits.

Author: Katre Lomp
Last editor: Hoffmann Sabine