On January 05th 2021, the second virtual meeting of the ReEDUCO “Rethinking Education Competencies” project, co-financed by the European Commission’s program Erasmus +, took place online.

The meeting allowed the partners to focus on the ongoing activities related to the IOs of the project.

Activities relating to the Needs analysis on digital context are underway. A report containing the European perspective on digital and national research guidelines will be provided by January. Subsequently, each partner will be involved in its own National desk analysis.

In the upcoming weeks, information and training courses for students will begin. About 70 students and 5 high school teachers for each partner will be involved. 

Throughout the course of 8 days the participants will be helped in their understanding of the challenges which the new digital culture poses to them thanks to informative seminars, orientation activities and a 24-hours training course. This will also help strengthen their basic digital skills according to the career profile of the European framework. The partners are now engaged in the involvement of schools and the development of educational modules.

Subsequent to the above-mentioned training courses, the schools will take part in the following activities concerning: the development of an international community of teachers to share new methodologies for learning in a digital environment; workshop activities for students for the development of new creative ideas and business projects for digital development in various key sectors for the European economy and society.


The meeting allowed the partners involved to introduce themselves and share skills, methodologies and tools for the development of the activities that will follow in the coming months. During the meeting, the foundations of the first phases of the project were laid.

The RE-EDUCO project promotes the production, experimentation and sharing of new approaches and training methods in digital innovation. Through research, the exchange of good practices, training and creative activities, the role of digital culture is strengthened as a means to improve the growth opportunities for students and teachers.