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16 Apr 2018

V4T Project Meeting in Graz

The second meeting of the V4T project steering committee took place in Graz (AT) on 12 – 13 April 2018. The second meeting was an opportunity for the project partners to go through and share the results produced so far. Andrés Paya and Andrea Peraldo conducted the meeting and all partners contributed with the presentation of the activities carried out. The state of art of the Repository of Videogames and Apps reviews was analysed and discussed and a set of improvements were agreed upon. The project experts also further discussed the Manual structure and contents. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to make a detailed planning of the project future activities.

20 Mar 2018

Reviews Online

The first reviews of Videogames and Apps are now available in the Repository The Reviews explore the educational potential of Videogames and Apps also suggesting practical examples on how to use them with the students for teaching purposes and for making lessons more interactive and involving.

1 Feb 2018

List of Videogames and Apps for education

In the Videogames & Apps section it is now available the provisional list of Videogames and Apps that the project partners' experts selected as the most interesting to be used for educational purposes. The selected Videogames and Apps will now be reviewed by the experts and the related information will be soon available in the online repository.

17 Nov 2017

V4T Project - Kick Off meeting

The kickoff meeting of the European project V4T – Videogames 4 Teachers was held on 17 - 18 November 2017 at Pixel site in Florence. During the first meeting, the European project partners introduced themselves as well as their project’s related experiences and expertise. The main activities to be carried out were presented and discussed.

1 Nov 2017

The V4T project

The V4T – Videogames 4 Teachers project started officially in November and involves 7 organisations from 5 different European countries. The V4T project aims to promote innovation of didactic methods through the use of videogames and ludic apps and to provide future teachers with the necessary skills and competences to make effective use of videogames and ludic apps in education.

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