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Preparing citizens, now and for the future, involves developing competences that go beyond simply coexisting with digital technologies; it is also about helping people to improve their understanding through the early acquisition of knowledge at the level of a frequent user.
This involves developing logical reasoning competences, collaborative work and project and even, in many cases, development (programming) competences.
It is therefore essential that the new generation is equipped with these skills through permanent and coordinated education and vocational training systems. This task includes reviewing program contents and teaching processes, developing digital didactic and educational resources, ensuring adequate technological infrastructure, promoting the training of teachers and trainers, and ensuring lifelong training. In order to achieve these objectives, it is essential to fully integrate digital competences and resources into the teaching processes.