The Creative Classrooms Lab (CCL) project, a two-year policy experimentation on the innovative use of tablets in schools, will hold its final conference in form of a capacity building workshop on 25 March 2015 in Brussels.
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- Programming for the 21st century classroom 09.10.2017
- ITELAB webinar: Preparing Student Teachers for the Future Classroom 19.10.2017
- Hands on Hack - Coding jam at the Future Classroom Lab 2017 20.10.2017
- Scientix webinar: The importance of 21st century skills and industry 4.0 in STEM education 25.10.2017
Within the past months any new industry partners have joined the Future Classroom Lab. With their innovative solutions and expertise, these companies allow European Schoolnet to further extend their outreach to teachers, educational institutions and other relevant stakeholders.
Dr. Lennie Scott-Webber, Director of Education Environments at Steelcase Inc., talks about design resolutions that empower learning. See the interview to find out how evidenced-based design methodologies and knowledge of how we learn can be used to create better learning environments.
On 11 December the European Commission celebrated a conference "Education in the Digital Era" for high-level European policy-makers. Several Ministers of Education and other senior decision-makers attended the conference in Brussels.
On 9th November, the Chinese National Institute of Educational Sciences, a division of the Chinese Ministry of Education, launched its "Future School Programme". The Programme is designed to support Chinese schools in adopting 21st century pedagogies and the use of technology in the classroom. At the heart of the Programme is the first Asian Future Classroom Lab which was opened during the launch event for the Future School Programme.
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.
Warren Barkley, the Chief Technology Officer for SMART Technologies, talks in this interview on technology in schools, speed of change, collaborative and other skills needed in future jobs, and scaling up the the best pedagogical practice across schools.
What will learning look like in 2020? How do you see the classroom in five years from now? How will technology be used to support teaching and learning?
Read the results of the pan-European iTEC project in the second FCL magazine. This issue is available in five languages.
European Schoolnet Academy provides free online courses for teachers' professional development. Sign up for new courses starting in autumn 2014: games in schools, computing and 21st century competences.