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|Title:||Use of ICT and Erasmus+ Good practice projects|
|Authors:||Alonso de Castro, M. G.|
García-Peñalvo, F. J.
|Keywords:||Educational Organization and Planning|
|Citation:||Alonso de Castro, M. G., & García-Peñalvo, F. J. (2023). Use of ICT and Erasmus+ Good practice projects. Supervisión 21, 70(70). https://doi.org/10.52149/Sp21/70.3|
|Abstract:||Today's society faces constant changes that require continuous adaptation, which directly impacts education. To prepare people for the labor market, continuous training, electronic learning or eLearning, and the use of ICT are essential. In this sense, numerous educational projects are carried out, such as the international projects of the Erasmus+ Programme. These projects make it possible to address everyday needs with educational institutions from different countries, obtaining valuable results that can inspire and be transferred to other similar institutions. Successful projects are available on the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform, some identified as good practices that can serve as references. However, it is essential to remember that they must be adapted to the subjects and contexts in which they will be applied. This article will reflect on these aspects and present examples of successful projects and how educational inspection can contribute to the number of similar initiatives in educational centers with their work.|
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