About the project

While the impact of the pandemic is conspicuous on every aspect of our societies, an imperative need apppears; that of high-quality health education and distant learning and teaching.

The “iLearn4Health” project aims to build strong foundations on youngsters’ knowledge, skills and general attitude towards health and personal hygiene issues, while at the same time implementing the innovative DGBL method. A combination that will both  empower students aged 6-12 on their physical, mental, emotional and social health, as well as train teachers on applying the digital tools of DGBL on their Curricula. Primary education teachers will be trained on theoretical and practical aspects of DGBL, thus playing a crucial role on students’ health education, by using a revolutionary method, which plans to reform the education system and its practices.

iLearn4Health is a three-year Erasmus+ co-funded project which main objectives are to:


It can not be denied that quality health education and distant learning are important parts of children’s present and future physical condition and social life. The iLearn4Health project will take action in order to cover for those needs, thus creating a revolutionary educational process.


Through the project, teachers will be trained on theoretical aspects of health education, as well as on how to apply the DGBL method in practice, by using the Digital Educational Games which will be developed by the project partners.

Project Results

Electronic Diagnostic Tool


Digital Educational Games


Online Training Program


Who are the target groups?


  • Teachers and head teachers in primary schools
  • Teachers responsible for health and safety in primary schools.


  • Children 6-12 years old and their parents
  • Primary schools’ teachers’ networks and organizations
  • Experts/professionals in DGBL
  • Experts/professionals in children education
  • Experts/professionals in public health & health education
  • Training institutions
  • Post-graduated students from educational sciences’ departments.


Relevant Stakeholders

  • Parenting networks and organizations
  • Organizations promoting health education
  • Organizations for children’s education
  • Public and private educational and health authorities and stakeholders
  • Universities with Departments of Educational Sciences & Departments of Medicine.