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What’s on?

Stay up to date with the latest events and check out what’’s happening in the mSchools programme and initiatives.

Saturday
10/06
mSchools Student Awards 2017

mSchools Student Awards acknowledge and celebrate students and teachers for their accomplishments during the 2016-2017 mSchools programme. Previously known as App Awards, this year’s competing categories include: App Education, Mobile History Map Challenge and the new Scratch Challenge.

Monday
22/05
Closing Session Edu_Hack 1st Edition

mSchools Edu_Hack, organized by Mobile World Capital Barcelona, is a large scale co-creative process for school teachers that connects, inspires and allows the educational community to develop innovative classroom experiences for all levels and subjects, preparing students for a future that requires digital, creative, problem solving and communication skills.

Saturday
06/05
Teacher Workshop: Business Model Canvas and Pitching

This half day, hands on workshop, is for all teachers interested in learning how to use the Business Model Canvas to describe, design and document existing business models and add clarity to your Pitch.  Recommended for the mSchools App Education teachers community.

Monday
03/04
Webinar: What are grooming, cyberbulling, sexting…? How to handle my children’s privacy.

What do we talk about when we mention words such as cyberbullying, grooming or sexting? Can my children be affected by these issues? If so, would I realise that is happening?

Thursday
30/03
Webinar: Is my son/daughter addicted to his/her mobile phone? How to handle a responsible use of mobile devices.

What is a mobile phone addiction and when does it happen in children? Is it a good idea to take away their mobile phone from my kids? What about if he/she gets angry?

Wednesday
29/03
Webinar: When to give my children their first mobile device and the use of parental control tools

How and when should parents give a mobile device to their children for the first time? Is he/she too youong? If he/she has no mobile phone, will he/she be excluded from their group of friends? Can I use parental control tools on his/her phone or would this violate his/her privacy?