The evaluation of this small-scale pilot focused on capturing and analysing change in practices and perceptions as a result of the use of Chromebooks in the six schools involved. The pilot was run by European Schoolnet for Acer and Google for Education.
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Whole-class display systems are increasingly found in schools, but are they up to the job? It's important to be sure that all students in the class can see clearly the content displayed, particularly if they are sitting towards the back of the class or have a visual impairment.
Scientix has launched a new competition for teachers of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects in primary and secondary schools. STEM teachers are welcome to submit their examples of using media in their STEM lessons through social media (Facebook and Twitter), using the hashtag #MEDIAinSTEM.
One of the FCL partners, Sensavis, will support the Swedish Municipality of Ekerö in its efforts to improve school education through integrating educational tools that can help teachers to increase motivation and learning in the classroom in order to include all students in the learning process.
Discover the FCL blog - Stories from the Future Classroom Ambassadors and the network of learning labs11/12/2015
The Future Classroom Lab blog is now open! In the blog you will find news and stories from the FCL network of learning labs and Future Classroom Ambassadors.
We are looking for 10 innovative secondary school science teachers to participate in an exciting research project commissioned by Texas Instruments (TI) DLP® Products on the impact of full, high definition 1080p DLP® projectors in supporting future teaching and learning of Science Subjects in secondary schools.
"BYOD Bring Your Own Device - A guide for school leaders" is a new publication by the European Schoolnet's Interactive Classroom Working Group (ICWG).
In line with its advocacy for a strong integration of coding in K12 education, European Schoolnet re-launched the 2014 survey on coding which is presented in the 2015 updated report about the school curricula and coding initiatives across Europe.
The European Coding Initiative is organising a high-level event in Brussels on Monday 12 October. The event will gather representatives from the European Commission, Ministries of Education, ICT companies and the civil society, along with young people and entrepreneurs, joining together as advocates for teaching and learning how to code both in formal and non-formal learning environments: at home, in school, at work, and in the wider community.