The latest installment in the Future Classroom Lab interview series sees Janet Looney, Director of the European Institute of Education and Social Policy, give her views on the trends shaping the future of education: outcomes vs inputs, learning transversal skills, key competences, and classroom-based formative assessment.
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- Europeana DSI-4 National Webinar in English - Teaching with Europeana: be inspired by teachers' learning scenarios 01.04.2019
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The Creative Classrooms Lab will run a series of webinars to present topics related to the educational use of tablets. The topics include for example special needs education, flipped classroom, personalised learning and collaboration.
"If you are going to innovate, you have to think about everything around, all around the system, you have to think about how can I make changes to my system to make ICT to help my system better."
Can classroom design have an effect on students' learning progress? The final results of a holistic, multi-level analysis carried out by the School of the Built Environment in University of Salford say yes.
A group of innovative school leaders are meeting as part of a Future Classroom Lab initiative, supported by Microsoft and Promethean. In this first phase, the group is sharing and discussing programmes that have been useful in helping them lead change in their schools. In June, the aim is to share their best practice to help others.
Looking for a single point of entry for European-level actions and initiatives for schools? A new website, the School Education Gateway, is here with information and resources in 23 languages!
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.
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.