Advances in science have made technology an integral part of everyone’s lives, making it essential for future generations to possess digital competencies. Teachers must possess information, data, and ICT skills to effectively use technology. This project aims to create a safe internet environment for students and improve digital literacy. It also aims to increase children’s awareness of online activities, improve education quality, foster collaboration, and enhance professional and personal development. The project also aims to develop ICT techniques for teachers to learn digital citizenship and literacy skills. Additionally, it ensures the use of information technology tools in school administrators to facilitate administrative work and make it more efficient.


The project, addressed to teachers, pupils and families, must be based on several methodological principles that we point out below:


All the members of the educational community and the European partners must actively participate in the different tasks, workshops, trainings and activities.


Each partner has an assigned role within the project that determines the work of each partner. In addition, each partner has a member who will be the Erasmus coordinator of his/her school and will manage the different activities, dissemination and activation of the project.


Since the beginning of the project, the division of tasks within the project has been carried out and an annual timetable has been established to be carried out in each centre.


It is important to disseminate and show the achievements, activities and tasks to other schools, associations… to show the results of our work.


The project is adapted to the different educational levels of each partner school, from kindergarten to high school. Each partner has adapted the material and activities to each of the levels they have.