A webinar on “Cyber Security” was held on January 26-27, 2022 to establish joint education projects in cooperation with Switzerland, Denmark and Azerbaijan eTwinning Partner Support Agencies. The main purpose of the webinar was to raise awareness among students aged 6-12 based on reliable sources, to explore and apply ways to prevent the dangers of irresponsible online behavior, as well as practices that promote it.
During the two-day webinar, teachers from Azerbaijan, Switzerland, Denmark, Jordan, Tunisia, Georgia, Albania, Ukraine and Moldova presented new project ideas to develop students' programming language skills in the field of artificial intelligence and coding in education and the application of new technologies. During workshops teachers developed content for students' cyber security for project implementation.
Azerbaijani teachers participating in the webinar Ayten Jafarova, English teacher of Baku secondary school N# 271, Aynura Mirzaliyeva, English teacher of secondary school No# 17, Elvina Alakbarova, teacher of secondary school # 26 and Nigar Shukurova, biology teacher of Barda secondary school #4 informed their colleagues about the implementation plan of the project and clarified the questions. The webinar was attended by more than 39 teachers, project coordinators, ambassadors and mentors from representative countries.
It should be noted that the created educational projects are designed for the 2021-2022 academic year.