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TITLE SIT - Stimulators and Inhibitors of Culture of Trust in Educational Interactions Assisted by Modern Information and Communication Technology


FUNDING PROGRAMME FP7 MARIE CURIE IRSES - Support for training and career development of researches (Marie Curie) Action IRSES: International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES)

CONSORTIUM University of Szczecin (Poland), Nesna University College (Norway), University of Macerata (Italy), Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia), University of Kashmir (India)

RUNTIME from 01/02/2013 to 31/10/2015

SHORT DESCRIPTION Undertaking the problem of culture of trust in the use of information and communication technology in education is justified by an increase in the number of available technological tools and associated with this the valuation and educational usefulness of digital information. The main task of the project is to learn the elements of the culture of trust in order to understand the behaviour of educational entities in situations of the usage of ICT tools and programs in globalizing societies. The object of study is formal education, non-formal and informal. The research will be carried out in diverse environments in terms of education, history, economy, politics and religion from a perspective of: critical and emancipator pedagogy, social constructivism (Poland), multimedia learning (Norway), curricular and extracurricular exploration in non-formal education (Italy), value pedagogy (India), pedagogical aspects of evaluation and pragmatic pedagogy (Russia). It is important to discover the elements of a culture of trust in consideration of diverse media messages because of their source (who is the author of the information, opinion, appeal, advice), content (what is the subject of information, opinion, appeal, advice), motives, objectives and circumstances of resorting to the transmissions (why in what situation). The project will result in: 1) educational rapprochement of cultures, 2) breaking down of stereotypes, 3) preparation of professional teacher training standards in establishing a culture of trust in the use of digital media.

FUNDING PROJECT 182.400,00 €

FUNDING UNIMC 47.600,00 €