Recognising the increased need of enabling students to learn at their own pace; and in a way that suits them, the Interactive Classroom Working Group has focused its 2016 working plan particularly on different approaches to personalising learning.
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A two-day workshop "Make learning accessible: Special Educational Needs in my classroom" took place at the Future Classroom Lab on 16-17 June 2016, and it brought together over 20 people from ten countries to share experiences in Special Educational Needs (SEN) and explore innovative approaches and technologies to support learners with additional learning needs.
As a collateral of the EU Code Week debate on Making every week a Code Week, the Coding Initiative welcomed all the meeting participants to an hands- on coding faire in the Future Classroom Lab.
Coding allows us to write our stories with technology. The more we know about it, the more we are capable to actively contribute to our today's society.
European Schoolnet and the Future Classroom Lab (FCL) will open their doors to regional and local representatives during the "European Schoolnet FCL Open Day" which will take place in their offices in Brussels on Wednesday, 12th of October 2016. This Open Day will be a side event to the European Week of Regions and Cities.
The recording of the webinar on "Flipped Classroom strategy supporting work with refugees", organised by the Future Classroom Lab in collaboration with Sensavis, an FCL industry partner, is now available.
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.
Abingdon School is part of the Future Classroom Lab's TI DLP® Products research project. During a recent visit to the school's new state-of-the-art Yang Science Centre, Science Coordinator, Richard Fisher, explained how they work with local primary schools, as well as youth organisations such as the Scouts, Brownies and Cubs to engage young people in science as an outreach centre of Science Oxford.
How to develop school's learning culture of sharing practice and to engage teachers in coaching and mentoring? How schools and teachers can use video to reflect, analyse, research, share practice and collaborate? The Future Classroom Lab partner, IRIS Connect gives a response to these questions in the webinar that took place on 19 April 2016.
What were the steps and challenges the team form Lab 21.0 had to go through to set up this newly launched innovative learning space. Find more in the 'How to set up a learning lab' webinar recording.