CRISSH2020 is an educational innovation project that has been funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon2020, the largest research and innovation programme in the European Union.
This project provides a solution to the great challenges of education in Europe, giving teachers and students the opportunity to have the digital skills and competences needed in the academic and professional fields of the 21st century, including the demand for the use of ICT to promote more innovative teaching and more creative learning.
CRISS has been designed and implemented with the aim to demonstrate how digital competences could be acquired, evaluated and certified in the classrooms of primary and secondary schools in Europe. The platform was successfully piloted and evaluated during the academic year 2018-19, in a large-scale pilot, involving more than 40.000 students, 2.389 teachers, and 400 primary and secondary schools from all over Europe.
The role of the Xul Foundation within this project has focused on the communication and dissemination of the project, especially among the educational community of the countries involved: Germany, Italy, Romania, Greece, France, Croatia, Sweeden, United Kingdom and Spain.
CRISS project results – YouTube