Teachers, lecturers and educators will improve their understanding of the risks of social and digital media usage and use the resources to introduce more effective pedagogic strategies for teaching and assessing digital competences congruent with digital wellbeing.
In encouraging teachers to integrate digital wellbeing teaching into their programmes, HE institutions will offer higher quality learning opportunities for students. Thus, they will achieve a greater contribution to societal needs, and provide a more well-rounded civic and social education of value to society and students themselves.
Students will make the most of digital learning and develop more critical thinking skills, enabling them to critically assess the media they consume and create. They achieve improved outcomes in terms of their academic achievement, social competences and active citizenship.