The program of the first day was devoted to presentations, Prof. Sarantos Psychoris, president of E3STEM, one of the Greek INDIe partners, gave a very interesting talk on Computational
Pedagogy and STEM, Dr. Argyro Charokopaki, from 1st General Lyceum of Levadia, explained her experience, from a teacher's perspective, on Integrating educational technology in
K12 education. Finally, Prof. Mathieu Kessler, the coordinator of the INDIe project, after mentioning the intellectual outputs to be delivered by the end of the project, together
with the associated chronogram, showed a demo of the INDIeAuthor tool, already in beta version, as well as the Interactive Video building tool developed by the Center for Digital
Content Production. This first day’s program was announced in all the primary and secondary schools of Levadia, so some colleagues from other schools attended, and could learn
about the goals of INDIe.
Moreover, students from the 1st General Lyceum were present during the three talks, and asked quite challenging questions regarding when and where
INDie results would be accessible to them, or mentioning the digital gap and how it may affect the benefits of INDIe for the schools.