We are happy to share some great news and updates regarding our Erasmus+ project.
On the 18th of October, we had a productive online meeting to discuss the current progress of the Digicompass project. It’s been an incredible journey so far, and we’re excited to see our ideas and efforts taking shape.
Upcoming Transnational Project Management Meeting in Kalamata, Greece! 🇬🇷
Our calendars are Marked for the end of November! We are thrilled to announce that our team will be coming together in Kalamata, Greece for our 3rd Transnational Project Management Meeting. This face-to-face meeting will provide us with the opportunity to connect, collaborate, and take our project to the next level. It’s a chance to further strengthen the bonds within our team and explore the beautiful city of Kalamata!
Focus on Flipped Learning Modules Content Development
At the moment, all partners are actively involved in the development of content for the modules of the flipped learning course. Our collective efforts are shaping a dynamic and engaging educational experience for our users. 📚
BrainLog team is particularly excited about our Safety Module, and we’re proud to share that BrainLog is taking the lead in its development. Safety is a fundamental aspect of our project, and BrainLog is committed to creating high-quality, informative, and user-friendly content to ensure the safety and well-being of all learners.
The Countdown to Sharing Final Content Begins
As we continue our work on the project, we’re getting closer to our goal of sharing the final content with our users. Once all partners come together and contribute their valuable insights, we’ll have a comprehensive course ready to empower learners with essential skills.
Thank you all for your dedication, hard work, and passion for this project. It’s truly inspiring to see the progress we’ve made and the incredible content we’re creating together.
We look forward to our upcoming meeting in Kalamata and the exciting journey ahead. Let’s continue to make a positive impact and empower learners around the world.
Stay tuned for more updates, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions or suggestions. Together, we’re making a difference!