Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) 

By the end of the teaching periods the students will be able to understand, respect and apply the core rules of Netiquette. Being aware of the impact of language on others, they will be able to use the language in a positive and socially responsible manner.



Teachers: Theodoros Tsourakis, Kleopatra Kalogerakou

School: 1st Experimental High School of Athens

Subject areas: Computer science

Module: Information Technology

Unit: Evaluating information sources

Student age: 12-13

 English Language Level (According to the Common European Framework reference for languages): B1-B2

 Requirements: Access to PC lab

 Duration (in teaching hours): 3 Teaching Hours

 Key words

Information, Content, Source, Timeliness, Authority, Acurracy, Purpose, Bias, Relevance, Evaluation criteria


Europeanity

This scenario aims to promote the Competence area 1: Information and Data Literacy and more specifically 1.1 Browsing, searching and filtering data, information and digital content and 1.2 Evaluating data, information and digital content, as described in the DigComp: the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens that supports the development of digital competences at all stages of education and training.

School: 1st Experimental High School of Athens

Subject areas: Computer science

Module: Information Technology

Unit: Copyrights and Open Licenses

Student age: 12-13

 English Language Level (According to the Common European Framework reference for languages): B1-B2

 Requirements: Access to PC lab

 Duration (in teaching hours): 4 Teaching Hours

 Key words

Copyright, Creative Commons Licenses, Ethical Use of Content, Public Domain, Attribution


Europeanity

This scenario aims to promote the Competence area 3: Digital content creation and more specifically Competence 3.3 Copyright and licenses as “the ability to understand how copyright and licenses apply to data, digital information and content”, as described in the DigComp: the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens that supports the development of digital competences at all stages of education and training.


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