Another recognition of the work carried out in the Erasmus + Project came from the Junta de Extremadura.
The ECO sub-project, thanks to which students become experts in cultural diffusion, was considered an example of Good Practices in the use of ICT in the classroom.
Recall that ECO is one of the main ways we have to be able to bring to the classroom in a unified way all the active methodologies that were being learned.
What began as a search for an open and flexible education based on cooperative learning for the 21st century turned out to be the most appropriate way of working on project learning, problem solving, digital literacy and the use of Web 2.0, multiple intelligences and much more.
This recognition led us to give a lecture at the Connected and Secure Conference of the Junta de Extremadura, an event in which more than 500 teachers from all over Extremadura participated, to which we were able to explain the strength of these methodologies that, thanks to the ECO project of our Erasmus +, can be developed and applied in a unified way.
Although there are several references to Erasmus +, the first, which explains that Erasmus + is the framework project, appears in the 10th minute.