Upcoming Future Classroom Lab Webinars


Future Classroom Lab is organising a series of webinars addressed to policy-makers, innovative teachers, school leaders, teacher trainers and anyone who is interested in discovering new ways to enhance teaching and learning. See details about three webinars taking place in June 2016.

  • Flipped Classroom strategy supporting work with refugees

1 June 2016, 17.00-17.45 CEST (Brussels time)

The recent large influx of refugees into Sweden has forced Swedish schools to develop new pedagogical approaches to ensure that all new students are provided with: immediate access to education; opportunities to quickly learn Swedish; and learning activities that are both fun and engaging. Learn in this webinar how the Kvarnbackaskolan elementary school in Gnesta has adopted a flipped classroom strategy using Sensavis 3D classroom, a visual learning tool, in order to meet the new challenges posed by the migrant crisis. 
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  • STEM & CODING: engaging students in the classroom and beyond

15 June 2016, 17.00h (CEST, Brussels time)

It has been a common desire among teachers to expose students to coding and engineering, building up knowledge and skills needed for many careers and even more so in the future in terms of social skills. In this webinar, we will see how initiatives around Texas Instruments technology can expose students to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and Coding experiences that develop students' abilities to collaborate, think creatively, solve problems and to become the innovators for the world of tomorrow.
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  • Connected learning lab - How to work with stakeholders and travel with a learning lab

20 June 2016, 16.00h (CEST, Brussels time)

In this webinar, we will be listening to Jørund Høie Skaug, the Future Classroom Lead Ambassador for Norway, talking about how to work with different stakeholders in the Future Classroom Lab, as well as we will get some tips on how to reach a wider audience with a mobile version of the FCL lab.
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