The Day of New Technologies in Education will open in the school and kindergarten complex in Fasti on Friday, April 29 this year. (from 10:00).

Participate in DNTE and submit your initiative

We encourage schools and institutions to participate in the Day of New Technologies in Education. As part of this initiative, you can organize classes, workshops, multimedia presentations, games, plays, film screenings, meetings with experts as well as illustrative lessons for children and adults.

For the current year, only stationary activities can be organized within the DNTE. It is important to follow sanitary requirements that ensure the safety of all participants.

We are waiting for initiative applications until April 26 this year.

Best Events Contest

All those who register their activities during the Day of New Technologies in Education via the application form will be able to participate in the competition for the best event. The competition is held in three categories:

  1. before school,
  2. elementary schools,
  3. Secondary schools or educational institutions.

The most interesting ideas will be awarded with cash prizes.

We are waiting for submissions for the competition until May 31 this year.

The conditions for participating in the competition are:

  1. Notify the school/institution of an event as part of the DNTE,
  2. Organize on April 29 this year. Activities as part of the Day of New Technologies in Education,
  3. Prepare a report from a DNTE event using the editor available on the Integrated Learning Platform www.epodreczniki.plAnd
  4. Send the report link to the competent educational supervisor with a certificate containing the data contained in the competition regulations.
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Detailed information about the competition can be found in the event regulations.

“New technologies and privacy. How do you take care of Internet security?”

An important task of modern education is to provide the younger generation, among other things, with adequate preparation for the safe use of new technologies. It is important to make children and adolescents aware of the need to protect personal data and privacy when using various devices (tablets, smartphones, smart watches, computers and other networked devices).

Education in this field is supported by the Office of Personal Data Protection, which has joined the Day of New Technologies in Education. The office has prepared the material “New Technologies and Privacy. How to Stay Safe on the Internet?” which can be used in DNTE classes with students.

We encourage you to join the New Technologies Day in Education!