Erasmus+ CYBER Project Leads the Way to EU Schools Digital Resilience

Partners came together last April to discuss several key topics to advance the Erasmus+ CYBER Project. The meeting, held to strategize and coordinate efforts, covered a range of pivotal matters crucial for the project’s success:

  • Progress update on the EU Comparative Report, a detailed comparative analysis of cyber resilience initiatives across five European countries—Greece, Italy, Portugal, Romania, and Slovakia. The focus is particularly on how these initiatives influence and support school-aged youth, specifically those between 14 to 17 years of age.
  • Proposed improvements for the project website.
  • Discussed social media readiness and dissemination strategies.
  • Set guidelines and deadlines for next activities.

Details of the Erasmus+ CYBER programme

  1. Erasmus+ CYBER Project Objectives:
  • Promote critical thinking and awareness of online dangers among students 🛡️
  • Equip teachers with effective educational methods to address cyber threats 💡
  • Provide schools with technical-legal expertise on data security 📚
  • Establish a network of certified cyber-resilient schools 🛡️
  • Strengthen the European Anti-Bullying Network 💪
  • Integrate project results into mainstream education through a “cyber month”📅
  1. Erasmus+ CYBER Project Results:
  • Handbook and Digital Toolkit for educators📚
  • Audio episodes-Podcasts sharing real-life cyber threat experiences🎧
  • Educational Website with interactive games🎮
  • Policy Recommendations for data and cyber security🛡️
  • CYBER Certification for participating schools🏆
  • Professional videos showcasing project outcomes🎥

With these efforts we aim to empower students, educators, and schools to navigate the digital world safely and responsibly 🌐💙

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