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The lifelong learning eportfolio offers a longitudinal view of the students' skills acquired, achievements and results.
It support competencies-based learning and evaluation and it allows students to collect and show all their works, in any format.
It facilitates the work of the teacher by providing easy tools for a personalised follow-up and competencies assessment.

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Acquisition, evaluation and certification of the students’ Digital Competence, through his Lifelong learning Eportfolio

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Upgrade - Mydocumenta
Innovative assessment methodologies for cooperative learning at primary schools.

The UPGRADE project is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership aimed at developing, piloting and validating an innovative framework and tool for the assessment of cooperative learning. UPGRADE will combine a suite of different, interconnected assessment methods (teachers’ evaluation, self-evaluation, peer-review, group evaluations), integrated in an eportfolio that allows teachers to visualise, follow-up and assess students and help students to regulate their own learning.
The project is coordinated by MyDocumenta and brings together a university, an SME, a public institution and 6 schools from 4 EU countries. The project is expected to provide teachers with the methodology and tools to assess cooperative learning, to enhance inclusive education through cooperative learning and offering equal opportunities to all students to participate in an international experience.
Agreement Nr: 2019-1-ES01-KA201-065042
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DIMAS Digital MArketing at Secondary schools

Ref 2019-1-ES01-KA201-065134

The DIMAS project aims at the acquisition of new e-business competences by introducing digital marketing skills in upper-secondary schools. The project will:
• Elaborate and pilot a digital marketing curriculum for teachers and students with new assessment mechanisms and digital OERs
• Adapt the MyDocumenta eportfolio to a Digital Marketing Competence Profile, allowing to show the evidences of the learning achievements & to reflect performance-based assessment as proof of the acquired skills.
• Support teachers in implementing a collaborative and innovative methodology with the use of MyDocumenta eportfolio and motivate students through practical, problem-solving learning
• Promote entrepreneurship and bridge the gap between schools and the labour market DIMAS is coordinated by MyDocumenta and with partners from Spain, Greece, Cyprus and Sweden, and will take place from 1/10/19 ‘till 30/9/21.
Erasmus + EU
Co-founded by the Erasmus + Programme by the Europeann Union
Improvisa - Life in Motion

IMPROVISA - Life in Motion

IMPROVISA – Life in Motion is a two-year project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme. Its aim is to increase access to culture and heritage for the younger audiences and communities who have a difficulty in accessing museums.

Through the exploration and development of improvisation models and interaction tools, using digital and mobile technologies, new proposals for innovative and participative art-based activities will emerge, enabling the (re)interpretation of culture and the enhancement of intercultural dialogue.

The project is a result of the collaboration of five European organizations: My Documenta in Barcelona (Spain) as the program co-ordinator, ECCOM in Rome (Italy), National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Athens (Greece), Galeria Labirynt in Lublin (Poland) and National Museum of Contemporary History (ΜNZS) in Ljubljana (Slovenia).


4ArtPreneur - Innovative thinking competences for Creative Art entrepreneurship Ref: 2020-1-ES01-KA203-081947
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The project will create an open-access online course on entrepreneurship addressed to creative arts faculties to train students and teachers in the acquisition and validation of entrepreneurial skills adapted to their specific needs. The partnership will develop the following outputs:

  • An innovative methodology supported by SYSTEM DYNAMICS, the study and analysis of dynamic feedback systems using computer simulation.
  • A modular ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM. The curriculum’s teaching & learning materials will be embedded into the system dynamics models that simulate the business cases/topics.
  • The adaptation & improvement of an Eportfolio so that creative arts students can collect and show evidence of their entrepreneurial skills to confront future investment prospects.

Through this innovative methodology and tools, students will learn how to analyse complex systems, increase their entrepreneurial skills and be supported in the creation of their own businesses. Teachers will be supported in their professional development and institutions in cultural/artistic education will be able to make their creative arts degrees more permeable to entrepreneurial skills.


TINTIN - TeachINg about climate change in schools whilsT addressINg fake news and constructive journalism

Ref 2020-1-ES01-KA201-082367

Tintin is a strategic partnership funded by the Erasmus+ program, coordinated by MyDocumenta, and with the participation of 6 secondary schools, a university, an association of environmental journalists and a public governmental institution, from Spain, Estonia, Latvia and the Netherlands. The Tintin project will create an open-access online course of environmental journalism addressed to secondary-school students. The students will investigate the most relevant topics of climate change, learn about misconceptions and fake news created around them, and develop their critical thinking.

They will learn about journalism, how to do research, prepare interviews, create and edit videos. They will receive verified information from experts and guidance from professional journalists, they will conduct interviews with parents, members of their community or experts about common misconceptions on climate change, will share and debate the results, and propose actions. Teachers will receive powerful open material, as well the guidance and training to implement the course with their students through the use of an eportfolio, and recommendations to adapt the material to other educational levels.

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Climate CHANge related to Catholic Education as Subject in the HIE programmes of education sciences (CHANCES)

Project 2020-1-ES01-KA203-083010
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In the CHANCES project MyDocumenta works together with 3 European universities with experts in education sciences, catholic religion and sustainable development. This strategic partnership will develop a 3-ECTS itinerary for higher education to bring the subject of climate change into the classroom, linking Catholic religion values and science. The project will produce innovative learning materials and assessment methodologies, combined with a powerful adapted eportfolio. The 4 organizations will work together with local working groups consisting of pre-school/primary schools and Catholic bodies which are responsible for the curriculum of the subject of Catholic religious education.


#NarcisussMeetsPandora: young people's portraits on social media

Project Reference: 2020-1-PT01-KA201-078491
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#NarcissusMeetsPandora is an innovative strategic partnership aimed at young people, teachers and educators, and all civil society who wish to participate. Working on the portrait image in social networks, #NarcissusMeetsPandora starts from an everyday habit - the sharing of portraits and "selfies" - to problematize, through pedagogical and artistic experience, the production and visualization of content for social media. #NarcissusMeetsPandora aims to develop digital and visual skills, to stimulate the critical participation of young people in social media, promoting their capacity of reflection and expression, along with their social involvement. In a changing society, social sustainability requires the involvement of teenagers and young people in creative and dynamic learning processes, taking advantage of intercultural dialogue to value diversity and positive attitudes.


Press Here: a living archive on European industry

PressHere aims to IMPROVE STUDENTS and TEACHERS’KEY COMPETENCES in ICT technology and knowledge on European Industry cultural heritage and labour, THROUGH INNOVATIVE and CREATIVE PRACTICES, to generate socially inclusive actions, namely in gender equality. PressHere addresses crucial concerns of today's society related to young people's needs to guarantee quality jobs and fair working conditions. It proposes to relook at the European labour market, and more particularly, the industry sector, through a more participatory and intercultural approach, with a historical lens, to better develop competences, equip and prepare next generations to the world of labour. The project also intends to raise awareness to gender inequality at labour market access and working conditions, where women are at increased risk. The industrial past is a shared common European ground from which to raise and contribute to these educational and societal challenges.

Improvisa - Mydocumenta

The objective of the IMPROVISA AV project is the prototyping and validation of a cloud application, a set of tools aimed at cultural, artistic and heritage organizations, enhancing them to engage users and communities, and understand the impact of their actions, as well as their behaviours, needs, and preferences.
The IMPROVISA tool is a highly rich, imaginative and fun multimedia environment that promotes the creation and exchange of content, exploiting the creative potential of digital technologies.
Subsidized by the Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte, Ayudas para la Modernización, Innovación y Creación de las Industrias Culturales y Creativas de España mediante proyectos digitales y tecnológicos – 2019 (327/860)
An innovative and scalable eportfolio ecosystem to improve the quality and visibility of Students’ Skills.

African economies are growing and technological change is the engine of growth. To sustain growth, however, African students need new skills, education and knowledge to match the challenges and technology of tomorrow, the skills and capabilities employers will demand and markets will prize in the future.
EPICA Initiative is bringing together businesses, organisations and universities in both Europe and Africa to bring an innovative, scalable eportfolio, which improve the quality, visibility and availability of new skills.
Flexibility is one of the priorities of the Eportfolio that, starting from the current MyDocumenta Eportfolio, is developing within the framework of the EPICA Project. It has to respond to new pedagogical approaches of competency-based learning, and, in particular, the key competences for work, including entrepreneurial skills. Interview to Cristina Casanova and Andrea Contino,
creators of MyDocumenta Eportfolio
Co-founded by the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme by the Europeann Union
With CRISS you will implement the acquisition, evaluation and certification of your students’ Digital Competence, through his Lifelong learning Eportfolio, a requirement that will be indispensable in all Primary and Secondary schools.

Teachers are responsible for planning the learning and evaluation activities and tasks. The activities and tasks will be retrieved from the CRISS official repository and Teachers can apply them in their curricula. The Students will realize the scenarios and activities by performing one or more tasks and generate evidences as a result of a task, which can be used to prove the acquisition of a specific Competence. The assessment of Digital Competence will be carried out using rubrics, that will be automatically generated by the system and customised by the Teacher.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732489.
Adapting Learning in Inclusive Communities and Environment

ALICE project intends to experiment educative and social pedagogic practices related to the application of pro-social measures aiming at involving local communities in the promotion of social inclusion of students of secondary schools, which have been selected among different EU Countries.

The ALICE Dissemination Eportfolio is the tool developed by MyDocumenta for all the project partners with the following objectives:
· to have a common, easily accessible repository of all the dissemination material
· to facilitate the follow-up of the dissemination activities by the project partners
· to familiarize the project partners with the use of an eportfolio

The advantage of using the Eportfolio is to have all the material easily accessible, and therefore facilitating the dissemination activities of all partners and increasing the impact; furthermore, it enhances the continuous monitoring of the activities.
Co-founded by the Erasmus + Programme by the Europeann Union
AMIGO is a STEM Personal Learning Environment. A comprehensive ecosystem for a personalized learning experience.

Based on the combination and extension of existing technology, AMIGO aims at developing an immersive environment that provides primary and lower secondary schools with a student centered learning approach. AMIGO integrates the six modules STEM.

IMAILE, Innovative Methods for Awards Procedures of ICT Learning in Europe, is an innovative project funded with support from the European Commission in the context of the Seventh Framework Program under Grant Agreement #619231

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