Funded by the European Union under Grant Agreement N. 2020-1-EE01-KA226-SCH-093387. 

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Digi-Science project aims to establish a new school reality in which the use of digital technologies are no longer an emergency last resort but a mainstreamed practice harmonically integrated in the current learning processes. Digi-Science addresses this challenges by preparing teachers to deliver effective science education courses to their students, within online/distance and blended settings, mainly through online experimentation and the use of virtual and remote science labs integrated within a concrete educational framework that is designed to foster the development of students’ skills while addressing equity, diversity and inclusion challenges.

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