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Erasmus+ Project | 2019-1-BG01-KA201-062321
Sharing Interactive Education in Virtual and Mixed Reality
The project's general objective is to support the implementation of innovative teaching methods, through integration of virtual and mixed reality (VR and MR) technologies in the educational approaches across Europe. The project general objectives will be supported through the successful achievement of three specific objectives:
ensuring high-quality and inclusive education, through enriching learning experiences while supporting effective use of digital technologies and encouraging activities that link learning with real life experience, through the application of virtual and mixed reality;
empowering teachers and school leaders by strengthening targeted collaboration, learning networks, online communities and innovative pedagogical practices among teachers and school leaders, and involving other relevant stakeholders;
enhancing European cooperation in the field of school education through building a European Network for VR Technology in Education for establishment of closer contacts between European schools stakeholders, teachers and school leaders, and supporting policy reforms in the educational field.
INTERACTIVE BULGARIA FOUNDATION
PROJECT COORDINATOR | BULGARIA
The Foundation was founded in 2015 and was recognized and supported by institutions like the President of the Republic of Bulgaria, UNESCO, BGMaps and various media and partner NGOs. The organization is registered non-for-profit and has implemented various projects in the field of education, marketing and technology.
PROJECT PARTNER | BULGARIA
Prosveta-Sofia Foundation is a non-government non-profit organization. It was founded in 2007 as a legal entity with non-profit public benefit. Its mission is to support the modernization of Bulgarian education and work to improve its quality. It supports the implementation of leading European and world standards in Bulgarian school education through various initiatives.
18TH COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL WILLIAM GLADSTONE
PROJECT PARTNER | BULGARIA
18th comprehensive school "William Gladstone" was created in 1906. Since 1930 the school has followed the traditions in the teaching of European languages: English, French and German. In 1992 we began to teach Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and Korean language since 2011. Today it is a municipal school specializing in intensive learning of modern languages, as well as humanitarian sciences, mathematics and natural sciences.
CZECH VR AGENCY
PROJECT PARTNER | CZECH REPUBLIC
Czech VR Agency was founded in 2016 to mark the first annual festival of virtual reality “Czech VR fest”. Our company is a member of the AVRAR (Association of Virtual and Augmented Reality) and main partner of the educational and research laboratory in the CIIRC (Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics).
GENIKO LYKEIO AGIOS NIKOLAOS
PROJECT PARTNER | GREECE
The General High School in Agios Nikolaos, Greece, is providing education in all major subjects for ages of students 15-18 years old. It has about 130 students with 25 state teachers. The school has a rich cultural tradition, combining the efforts of the school leaders, teachers and students. Internal communities are organized, such as theater groups, music, dances, as well as sport teams – football, basketball, volleyball.
KULTURALIS OROKSEG MENEDZSEREK EGYESULETE
PROJECT PARTNER | HUNGARY
The Budapest based Hungarian Association of Cultural Heritage Managers (KÖME) was established by young heritage managers from different parts of Hungary. KÖME believes that the values identified as heritage can’t persist without a community committed to them. Therefore, we consider it crucial to organize programmes and to create communication channels that help discover, understand, value and use our common heritage.
PROJECT PARTNER | AUSTRIA
"TURORIEN" is a young non-governmental organization registered in 2017. The main objectives of the association are to provide information from different fields and directions in order to improve the knowledge of citizens, and in particular of young people, about the new living conditions in the European Union; respect for human rights and their promotion among youth; preservation of cultural and historical heritage; promoting and developing the peculiarities of civil society and active participation of young people in the life of the region.
SEPTEMBER 1, 2019
PROJECT START DATE
TPM 1 | BULGARIA | Kick-Off
TPM2 | GREECE
TPM3 | AUSTRIA
TPM4 | HUNGARY
TPM5 | CZECH REPUBLIC | Final
TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETINGS
E1 | BULGARIA | 40 participants
E2 | GREECE | 20 participants
E3 | AUSTRIA | 20 participants
E4 | HUNGARY | 20 participants
E5 | CZECH REPUBLIC | 20 participants
LTT1 | SOFIA, BULGARIA | 6 days | 21 participants
LEARNING | TRAINING | TEACHING EVENT
SEPTEMBER 1, 2022
PROJECT END DATE