Protect Your Digital Way Today and Tomorrow! is a 2-years (September 2019 – August 2021) Erasmus+ Plus KA2 project funded by the European Union and aiming to help boost innovation in educational settings and the exchange of good practices among the partner schools.
Partner schools: Liceul Teoretic “Dante Alighieri” (Bucharest, Romania), Geniko Likeio Alikianou (Chania, Greece), and Adana Bilim ve Sanat Merkezi (Adana Turkey). Direct and indirect beneficiaries: 90 professors, 300 students and approx. 600 parents.
General project topic: Cyber Security. Cyber Bullying — The safety of 12-16 years old students from the 3 partner schools in the digital environment. The students will learn how to protect themselves and others from various forms of violence and privacy breaches.
The project will also develop an innovative practical curriculum on cyber-safety adapted and relevant for 12-16 years old students, which is often considered the most vulnerable category of students.
On October 25, 2022, the European Commission published an extensive set of guidelines regarding the ethical use of Artificial Intelligence and data in teaching and learning. This document is…2022-10-26
Tuesday, October 11, European Commission published a new document related to disinformation. This time, it issued a set of Guidelines on how disinformation can be tackled by educators. The…2022-10-12
ENISA was established in 2004 and it is involved in drafting the EU public policies on cybersecurity as well as in building and boosting the resiliences of the EU…2022-09-30
Siamo di nuovo insieme, the journal of RO.AS.IT, the association of Italian citizens living in Romania, published six pages about our project in its July-September edition. The Erasmus+ experience…2022-09-25
On September 16, the students that participated in our Erasmus+ project mobility were involved in a dissemination activity at “Nicolae Labis” Secondary School. They spoke about their experience and…2022-09-21
Schools work with a lot of personal data: the personal data of their current and past students, the personal data of the parents and legal guardians of their students,…2022-08-04
First of all, we need to understand that for any activity, educational and non-educational, that it is not covered by the agreement between the legal representatives of our students…2022-06-05
In general, “spam” refers to unsolicited messages received either in our email inbox, on the instant messaging (IM) services we use, via SMS or other private means embedded in…2022-04-03
The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens (DigComp) has been updated. After a project carried out by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) on behalf of the European Commission, a new,…2022-03-27
On February 11, 2020, Dante Alighieri High School organized two new meetings on cyber security for its students. This time, the guests were cyber security specialists from Infosys and…2020-02-11
In January 2020, Dante Alighieri High School continued to host dissemination activities for our Erasmus+ project focused on cyber security and prevention of cyberbullying. This time, our guests came…2020-01-26
In December 2019, Dante Alighieri High School hosted a second meeting with the Romanian Computer Science specialist that visited us when we marked the International Computer Security Day last…2019-12-22
On November 30, students from Dante Alighieri High School met with a Romanian Computer Science specialist who explained them how computer viruses function and how anti-virus solutions can help…2019-11-30