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The Cave project was presented in a number of events in order to report about the activities carried out and the results achieved.

CAVE - Communication AND Visual Education in home-schooling. The results dissemination event

Date: 21-06-2023
Location: Ariogala, Lithuania

The final conference (the Multiplier event) was held on June 21, 2023 and presented project "CAVE - Communication AND Visual Education in home-schooling" and its results.
The conference brought together more than 30 participants (primary teachers, secondary education teachers of various subjects (Math, English, Geography, etc.), educators, social pedagogues, psychologist, principals-vice principals of the schools, managers of projects) from various Lithuanian educational institutions. Project CAVE and all its results was presented by Kauno mokykla-darželis „Šviesa“ teachers and project’s associated partner VšĮ “eMundus” manager, who supported the school in international activities and cooperation during all project period and was responsible for project wider dissemination and organizational processes assurance.
The conference began with a warm welcome, allowing the participants to familiarize themselves with one another and express their expectations for the event, this activity was moderated by psychotherapist and mediator.
The program was carefully designed to address various aspects, starting with discussions on the motivation behind engaging in international experiences within the Erasmus+ program projects. The central focus was on presenting and examining the "CAVE" project, including its purpose, objectives, and intended impact.
Furthermore, attendees had the opportunity to explore the concrete outcomes of the CAVE project, such as the specialized training course for teachers, known as "school-telling," as well as the innovative internet social networking platform called "Agora." Additionally, the conference highlighted the evaluation tools and methodologies employed throughout the project.
Another crucial aspect of the conference was shedding light on the benefits that participating in international projects brings to both schools and the school community. Kauno mokykla-darželis „Šviesa“ teachers shared their insights and good practices participating in international projects. To facilitate a more practical understanding, a dedicated workshop which lasted an hour was conducted, allowing participants to witness first-hand how the tools utilized in the CAVE project effectively contributed to achieving desirable outcomes.
Throughout the conference, prominent speakers and external experts emphasized the significance of sharing the project's results, methodologies, and best practices in the realm of communication and visual education. The ultimate goal was to empower Lithuanian education specialists to systematically incorporate the project outcomes into their daily teaching practices, thus optimizing the dissemination of these valuable practices within the broader educational context.

In conclusion, the final conference served as an invaluable “platform” for exchanging knowledge and experiences among educators and administrators. By showcasing the tangible results of the "CAVE" project, providing practical workshops, and promoting the dissemination of best practices, the conference aimed to create a lasting impact on the participating teachers and contribute to the advancement of communication and visual education in Lithuanian schools.
At the end of the conference and during the breaks participants had opportunity to familiarize with other Erasmus+ programme’s projects reading the leaflets and have discussions with other projects participants.
As well at the end of the event we collected feedback from the participants involved sharing Evaluation questionnaires. Analysis was made by organizers and to sum up we could underline that the project brought innovative ideas, tools which could be used to empower and improve educational process and material presentation for students, participants appreciated that we are sharing the results widely and even if they were not part of the project they could use them in their schools.

Konferencja “Projekty Europejskie Realizowane w Świdnickich Szkołach”

Date: 29-05-2023
Location: Świdnik, Poland

The conference was attended by 44 teachers and 46 students of primary and secondary schools located in Świdnik. Among the audience, there were also representatives of the Świdnik Municipality and the local newspaper. The educators were teachers of Mathematics, Polish, History, Civics, Geography, English, Science, Music and technical subjects. Each school was also represented by its headmaster and vice heads.

CAVE – Visual Education

Date: 26-05-2023
Location: EuroEd, Iasi, Romania

conference was attended by 30 representatives from organisations located in Iasi, Romania.
Top occupations/ professional fields represented: teachers, educators, educational experts and staff, NGO representatives, students.
The educators were teachers of Mathematics, Polish, History, Civics, Geography, English, Science, Music, and technical subjects.
There were participants that were special education experts. Also NGO representatives that work with Ukrainian refugee students (teachers and students), showed a lot of interest in participation in the project's activities.
All participants had the opportunity to express their opinion and exchange their experiences with teaching through digital tools.

Digital at School: The Educational Challenge

Date: 22-05-2023
Location: Palestrina (RM), Italy

For the dissemination event planned at the conclusion of the CAVE Project experimentation, more than fifty elementary school teachers from all over Italy were involved, mainly from Rome and surrounding localities. The participants for the most part came from elementary school as teachers or dirgigents, remaining in line with the target set by the project and its experimentation. Some of the participants came from secondary school, as they were intrigued by the topics, and others from training institutions close to the world of the scula. The possibility of involving such a large and varied number of teachers made it possible to bring together in the same place different methodologies, techniques and ideas of teaching and approaching digital. The event was specially organized in the splendid setting of the National Museum of Archaeology in Palestrina, allowing the goals and objectives of the CAVE project to be combined with a magnificent historical and cultural contest, opening up diverse scenarios and broad perspectives. The teachers who have been involved mostly cover the role of teachers of English language, scentphic subjects, history and/or Geography and docent of Italian literature. In line with what the organization of the Italian school system provides, however, almost all of the teachers teach more than one subject, with the consequent possibility of greater interdiscplinary teaching but above all of the 'insertion of digital tools in more areas and contexts.

Materials for Quality Education

Date: 22-03-2023
Location: Zamora, Spain

The multiplier event targeted 50 education inspectors who were being trained in methodological changes and digital competence. Eleven CFIE advisors were also present. Both inspectors and CFIE advisors have a direct relationship with teachers in the schools. It seemed appropriate to present the products to these professionals because of their ability to implement them in the schools.
The participants were teachers and education inspectors who have the role of advising schools.
The contents worked on were related to the areas of primary education, mathematics, art, citizenship education and science. The videos and Inphographic cards were presented and the need to develop simple materials to capture the students' attention was discussed.
Infographics is the discipline that deals with complex visual diagrams, the aim of which is to summarise or figuratively explain information or texts, using more varied visual and even auditory media than a mere diagram or diagram. Infographics have become a widely used resource to reinforce information on blogs, websites and social networks. The techniques for creating them have evolved over time, and the aim is to help teachers to create this type of template to promote student learning.
We have also used OpenShot is a free and open source video editor for Linux, Mac and Windows that can help us to create good materials.
The ultimate goal is for teachers to acquire the necessary digital competence to be able to organise their classes either face-to-face or online.
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