Joint Research Centre, European Commission
S: a self-reflection tool to support teachers professional growth
Anastasia Economou works at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission since February 2020. She is leading SELFIEforTEACHERS, the self-reflection tool based on the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators and the DigCompEdu project. In her previous position at the Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, she led a number of projects on teachers’ professional development and digital technologies for teaching and learning. She received her BSc in Education from Boston University in 1993, her Master’s degree in Educational Technology from Arizona State University in 1994, and her MBA degree from the University of Cyprus in 2008.
University of Hull (UK)
Critical Digital Literacies: Framing, Supporting and Delivering
Dr Darren Mundy is currently Interim Dean and Reader in the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education at the University of Hull. The core focus of his work over the past ten years has explored the alignment between digital technologies and learning and teaching, both within virtual and physical classroom environments. Dr Mundy managed a 19 partner EU Lifelong Learning funded research project titled ‘Euroversity’ between December 2011 – November 2014. The most recent project (DETECT) he has been involved in including nine partner organisations has explored the development of critical digital literacies within school environments, seeking to deliver resources to support teachers and their engagement in the classroom with their learners.