The Partnership is designed to exploit inter- and transdisciplinary approaches. It covers 3 countries, i.e. Italy, Spain and Greece, with 2 members in each country: one from the academic sector and one from SMEs / research centers from the educational technology field (EdTech). In addition, the consortium includes the European University Foundation (EUF); with more than 20 University Members, EUF will ensure the impact of the DoCENT model and outcomes outside the first three Partner countries, as well as evaluation of the models in all Europe.

In each project country, the partner university will work in close collaboration with the EdTech partner. Furthermore, university partners will benefit from each others' complementary competences (i.e. pedagogy, psychology, applied sciences). Similarly, EdTech companies will share their respective specialities (i.e. game development, STEM expertises, coding for education).


DoCENT intends to develop innovative tools for integrating digital creativity into EU Teacher Education. The project will focus on developing, implementing, validating and disseminating an innovative model to guide teacher educators in applying digital creative teaching practices.