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- ‘Diversity in STEM' Competition 24.09.2018
- ERIS webinar “How to use data from the Arctic in school practice” (PL: Jak wykorzystać dane z Arktyki w praktyce szkolnej) 03.10.2018
- Scientix webinar: From astronomy research to Scientix 04.10.2018
- Webinar: Tackling Stereotypes in STEM Education and Careers 04.10.2018
Being able to collaborate effectively is a valuable 21st-century skill, yet teaching about or through collaboration remains rare in schools due to various reasons.
Application deadline extended to 26th February 2018-Looking for teachers interested in having first access to Europeana scenarios, learning activities, professional development resources05/02/2018
60 teachers from Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Spain covering a range of disciplines and curriculum topics are invited to join the Europeana DSI-3 project (September 2017 – August 2018).
FCL Regio Pedagogical scenarios & videos – Get inspired by innovative pedagogical approaches involving mobile learning and cloud computing in the classroom22/01/2018
During its second year, the Future Classroom Lab Regional network, working along with innovative teachers and ICT advisers, have developed future classroom scenarios and learning activities.
Adapting learning spaces is set to become an increasingly important issue for policy makers and school leaders, as it facilitates innovative pedagogies using technology in the classroom.
In Norway, there are currently several learning labs being established, inspired by the Future Classroom Lab.
It is widely accepted that active learning has received considerable attention over the past several years. Engaging the students with meaningful learning experiences that demand collaboration, problem solving and critical thinking not only sets the foundations for a more deep learning but also makes both the learning and the teaching enjoyable and challenging.
On 15-17 November 2017 the annual EMINENT conference took place in Brussels. EMINENT is organized by the European Schoolnet and is "…an expert meeting in education networking bringing stakeholders from across Europe together to discuss the next challenges and potential solutions to ensure an innovative education for all".
The international online hackathon "Coding Jam" took place on 20 October supported by the European Coding Initiative and the Future Classroom Lab Ambassadors. Find out here the winners and winning projects!
European Schoolnet welcomes back two major EdTech innovators whose new companies join the Future Classroom Lab29/11/2017
Technology plays an important role in schools, helping to transform teaching and learning. Educational technology, also known as ‘EdTech', depends, as many other sectors, on innovation. Innovation often comes from visionary thinkers with entrepreneurial mindsets who dare to put their ideas into practice. Two such people are Nancy Knowlton, founder of SMART Technologies, and Tony Cann, Promethean's founder, who joined the Future Classroom Lab at the outset. Today, European Schoolnet is delighted to welcome them both back to the Future Classroom Lab with their new companies, set to be important players on the educational technology scene.