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Blog Education CO:RE at EUN Published: 24 Nov 2021

Empowering educational decision-makers through evidence: here’s what we learned

Our team at European Schoolnet organised a series of consultation meetings with educational stakeholders from seven European countries, during which teachers, students and policymakers came together to discuss how research about children and online technologies can be brought closer to those making decisions in this area. Here’s what we learned…

Our team at European Schoolnet, in charge of bridging CO:RE to the needs of the educational sector, organised a series of consultation meetings with educational stakeholders from seven European countries, during which teachers, students and policymakers came together to discuss how research about children and online technologies can be brought closer to those making decisions in this area. In September and October 2020, ten national consultations were carried out in BelgiumIreland, and Portugal, as well as three European consultations. Some findings from these meetings were previously discussed here and all key lessons learned are summarised below

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Team co-Leader, CO:RE at EUN

Verónica Donoso

Verónica Donoso, PhD, is a Digital Literacy and Child Online Safety consultant at the European Schnoolnet (BE) with more than 16 years of experience in the field of children, digital technologies and internet safety. Through her career she has advised UNICEF, United Nations and the European Commission, among others ande is a member of the Global Kids Online International Advisory Group.
She is Work Package 9 Co-Leader.

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Team member, CO:RE at EUN

Sophie Smit

European Schoolnet
European Schoolnet
CO:RE at EUN
Educational Stakeholders

The team at European Schoolnet develops an educational toolkit that makes existing research on the impact of technological transformations on children and youth known and usable for educational stakeholders in Europe and beyond. In doing so, they engage with educational stakeholders in consultation processes to understand how the educational toolkit can be most useful to support existing educational and learning processes. Furthermore, the team provides a series of mechanisms to coordinate and support the implementation of empirical evidence in processes of school development and teachers’ training.

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