Overview of SWSW Project Awareness Activities in Lithuania
Published on: 13.01.14
The Lithuanian partner organisation - Rural Internet Access Points Association of Lithuania (RIAP) - carried out a number of ambitious projects in 2013. The project SocialWeb - SocialWork (SWSW) was presented in three big events: Exhibition School 2013, Building and Developing the Social Competencies and Capacities of Researchers in Education Conference and tin the training of newly launched project titled “Like'' focused on creative environment development for children.
In November 2013, the Lithuanian Social Pedagogues’ Association organised an international conference aimed at improving qualifications of social development professionals. As the most participants were teachers the association was invited to present the SWSW project.
Every year, the Lithuanian Centre of Non-formal Youth Education organises a national exhibition to promote creative and innovative schooling. This year’s exhibition - visited by more than 15,000 people - featured many innovative methods and projects to improve the quality of secondary education. Participating teachers discussed safe Internet behavior, online risks and threats and the ways how to prevent children from harmful content online. Organisations working in the area were invited to make presentations. RIAP presented the SWSW project including results of the research, future face-to-face and online training.
In December, 2013 the association has launched a new project called “Like'' which is aimed at improving social and creative activities for children. At the initial stage of the project, teachers from all over Lithuania are invited to the trainings were the SWSW project and its activities were introduced.
Safer Internet Day 2014
Rural Internet Access Points Association joins the upcoming international Safer Internet Day called "Let’s Create a better internet together!" Please join us under RIAP Safer Internet Day.
You can find more information on the Safer Internet Day 2014 under Safer Internet Day 2014.
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