The other side of the Digital Divide - Engaging disconnected young people

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Engaging disconnected young people impacted by Covid-19

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What’s been your experience of relying more on digital tools to engage students and young people?

What digital tools can be used to effectively connect with students and young people?

How can interagency work support more effective ways of working with young people and students?

The digital divide refers to the gap between groups of people and regions that have access to information and communications technology and those that don’t. People without access or knowledge of information and communication technologies are put at a disadvantage.

This seminar is for school principals, teachers, youth work managers, home school liaisons, or anyone working with young people across the school sector and youth work sector. The other side of the digital divide will be addressed using methodologies that enhance digital awareness and confidence in continuing learning in this area.

The workshop is facilitated by trainers with significant experience in addressing the digital divide and will include:

1. Exploring the impact of the digital divide on students/young people, teacher/youth workers, and on you in your personal/professional life.

2. Examples of practice from within schools, youth work and the Erasmus+ programme.

3. Demonstrations of worthwhile tools from the highly experienced trainers.

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We manage national and international exchange and cooperation programmes in youth work, education and training.  We are the National Agency for Erasmus+ as well as eTwinning, EPALE and other international programmes.


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