This Future Classroom Scenario involving the use of mobile devices and K-12 cloud services has been developed as part of the FCL Regio project. The main objective of this scenario is to transform the students into active learners and inventors. The students also assisted in transforming creative ideas to tangible results, discussing and cooperating in a team.
The resources directory includes resources for teachers including classroom practice videos, Learning Activities, Future Classroom Scenarios and publications (reports and guidelines). These resources have been created in different European Schoolnet projects including iTEC, Living Schools Lab, Creative Classrooms Lab, Europeana DSI2 and DSI3, FCL Regio, and by the Interactive Classroom Working Group. Registered users can submit their own innovative resources to be considered for publication.
- FCL Regio: Let's invent! Keywords: programming, problem, solving
- Future Classroom Toolkit Keywords: ICT, schools, teachers, scenarios
- iTEC magazine: Designing the future classroom Nº2 Keywords: classroom, innovation, training
- Guidelines: 1:1 computing initiatives in schools Keywords: tablets, guidelines
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The Future Classroom Toolkit enables school leaders, education policy-makers, teachers and ICT suppliers to create and implement Future Classroom Scenarios which provide a clear vision of innovative teaching and learning practices. It can be used to introduce or scale up innovative use of ICT in a school or across a number of schools within an education system. The rationale for this process is to bring about incremental but sustainable change in the education system.
In this magazine you can learn how the Future Classroom methodology has had an impact in classrooms across 20 countries, allowing schools to rethink how they are currently using ICT and close the ‘mainstreaming gap’ – when technology is not fully-integrated in teaching and learning, both inside and outside of school. The magazine was published by the iTEC project (EC-FP7 funded).
The guidelines identifies fifteen areas that schools will need to consider as part of their implementation of 1:1 technologies. The guidelines are available in eight languages. The guidelines were developed as part of the Acer-European Schoolnet Educational Tablet Pilot.