Flagship project of the Center LEARN, its main objective is to train students to master the three pillars of digital education (computer science, uses and media).
The Digital Education project dubbed “EduNum” is a large-scale educational reform initiative in which the Center LEARN has been mandated by the Department of Education, Youth and Culture (DFJC) of the Canton of Vaud to pilot the introduction of this new subject across the entire administrative region’s school system.
Flagship project of the Center, its main objective is to train students, digital citizens of tomorrow, to master the three pillars of digital education (computer science, uses and media), to encourage creativity, to ensure the emancipation of pupils and to enhance the potential for educational diversification.
These ambitions are supported by collaboration between the major Vaud institutions specializing in education, in particular, the HEP Vaud, the University of Lausanne, the Educational Department (DP) of the canton, and EPFL via its Center LEARN’s experts.
This project is based on a 2-year continuous training of teachers, with a pilot phase aimed at measuring and making the necessary adjustments before deployment.
More details and updates on the project’s evolution are posted here on a regular basis.