PROSECURE

Promoting Cyber Security
Through Problem-Based Learning Scenarios

Our project promotes digital transformation and enhances digital skills for parents. Through flexible learning opportunities and a web-based training platform, we empower them to ensure online safety for their children. We strengthen digital resilience, reduce fear of crime, and build a stronger EU community.

PROJECT DETAILS

The target groups of this project include

1

Refugee Parents with low or no knowledge of digital tools

2

All adults with low or no knowledge of digital tools

3

Children of families with a migrant background

Objectives

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1

Create and develop flexible learning opportunities adapted to the needs of parents through digital learning resources and tools.

2

Conduct research on parental immersion in digital transformation and identify ways to safely develop their use of technology.

3

Develop problem-based learning scenarios for the implementation of safe digital practices for parents.

4

Provide a web-based problem-oriented training platform with modules addressing frequently encountered online safety issues.

5

Design step-by-step implementation scenarios (problem-based learning methods) to enable parents to safely use digital tools and monitor their kids.

6

Enhance the project with visual materials (animated or acted videos) to visualize the problem-based learning scenarios.

7

Increase the digital skills and capacity of the target audience, contributing to their overall resilience.

8

Improve feelings of safety, decrease fear of crime, and reduce fear of victimization among parents.

A web-based problem-oriented training platform

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PROJECT PARTNERS

The partners of this project include

Disclaimer
This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. The content of this website represents the views of the authors only and is their sole responsibility. The Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.