Can we assess digital Competence in primary and secondary education? The CRISS project is dealing with this challenge.
After two years devoted to the creation of a Digital Competence framework and the development of an adaptive learning environment, the CRISS ecosystem is currently piloted by around 2000 teachers and 13000 students in 400 centers across Europe, while additional centers are expected to join the project in the next months.
The results of the pilots will provide great insight into the success of the ecosystem and on how it responds to the project’s goal to assess and certify digital Competence in primary and secondary education.
The most significant achievements of the project are explained by Lourdes Guàrdia in one-minute pitch: