CPIFP Alan Turing students dive into cutting-edge B-Skills project

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Sonia  Palomo
International Director - Málaga TechPark; Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía
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Sonia  Palomo
International Director - Málaga TechPark; Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía
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The University of Malaga and Malaga TechPark were part of the second multiplier event of the B-Skills project.
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On 15 March, members of the University of Málaga and Málaga TechPark held the second multiplier event of the European project B-Skills at CPIFP Alan Turing. The project aims to support educators and adult learners with training and support materials for the achievement of basic digital skills related to blockchain technology. Teachers and students from the educational centre attended the event and were presented the main results of the project:

  • B-Skills Toolkit: it provides educators with supporting materials and tools, necessary to implement, support, manage and assess effective training on blockchain for adult learners.
  • B-Skills Simulator: it is a game-based online simulator reproducing in a visual way how Blockchain works.
  • B-Skills MOOC: an open web-based training course for adult learners supporting the achievement of basic digital competences related to Blockchain.
The presentation of these results was carried out in a practical way. The students were able to test both the simulator and the MOOC, which made the experience more interesting and effective. This hands-on experience not only enriched their understanding of blockchain technology, but also encouraged their active participation and interest in the subject.

Overall, the activity has been enriching for the school’s educational community and has been important for the promotion of blockchain education and the development of digital skills in the educational community.

To learn more about the B-Skills Erasmus Plus Project, click here or visit the official project website.

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