MUST project

Over the last decade, the education sector has invested heavily in digital technology, but there is not evidence that such investment has yet resulted in radical improvements to educational attainment. International surveys  describe the seriousness of a gap in the implementation of ICT-enabled innovation for learning and its negative implication on learning outcomes. Taking this into account, the European initiative on “Opening up education” shows that the development of approaches to ICT-supported learning and the access to quality OER (Open Educational Resources) is of high priority.

2In this context,  MUST vision is that  committed teachers, with convenient support,  are able to build research based elearning materials for innovative practices. These materials  will have the format of Open Moodle Courses developed in order to be used in mobile devices and will be translated to the partnership languages. Later, they will be used to promote teacher professional development by training teachers in their management.  In order to achieve this objective  a consortium composed of four secondary schools from four countries (Spain, Slovenia, Poland and Romania), one edutech company and a Regional Education Department has been set up.