About the Project
An estimated 73 million European adults lack qualifications above upper secondary school level; for many, due to the fact that their poor literacy makes educational progress impossible. The latest results from OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) show that one in five EU 15-year-olds has poor reading skills. COMMIX argues that collaboration through the use of interactive comics in education can have a positive impact, and can substantially enhance the acquisition of skills in literacies, science, and other subjects, especially for students aged 11-16 and at-risk students.
As the project progress, you will be able to find here a detailed practical package with ideas on how comics can be used in the classroom and other contexts for literacies development, innovative pedagogical methods, best practice guidelines and ICT-based training on the integration of comics in education.
The e-learning section will comprise of the online curricula and training material. Parts of the resources will be developed in an e-learning and blended format so that they can be implemented in partner countries and the EU. Through the e-learning section of the portal, users will be able to find course information and material, participate in learning activities, use assessment tools to evaluate their performance and communicate with other learners and instructors.
Promoting the use of comics in education is the scope of the COMMIX project. With this in mind, the project’s consortium held its second transnational…CARDET and INNOVADE participated in the initiative of the Agios Vasileios KA School to organise an Information Day on the 14th of March. The specific…CARDET participated in the academic conference hosted by KETPEE on March 18, 2016, at the University of Cyprus, by hosting a symposium ...