FCL 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.

Webinars 2017: Building a Future Classroom

European European Schoolnet's Future Classroom Lab has inspired many teachers, schools and organisations to create their own lab or learning spaces. The Future Classroom Lab now organizes of a series of webinars where these learning labs will share their experiences and tell the story of the building of the lab. You can fill in this form to express your interest and to be to be notified about the webinars. Each time a webinar takes place you will receive the link to attend. The duration of a webinar is between 30 and 60 minutes.


  • Building a Future Classroom Lab - Jørund Høie Skaug (Rom for lek, Oslo, Norway) – 23 January 2017 at 17.00 CET
  • Building a Future Classroom in a K12 school - Carlos Cunha (Sala de Aula do Futuro, Setubal, Portugal)  - 8 February 2017 at 12.00 CET
  • Building a Future Classroom in a K12 school - Hélène Braund (La Salle ACTIF, Petit Quevilly, France) – 15 February 2017 at 15.00 CET
  • Future Classroom for Special Needs Education - Chad Smith (Future Classroom Laboratory, Texas, USA) – 24 February 2017 at 15.00 CET
  • Beta School Future Classroom Lab: Redesigning the Teaching & Learning process - Karina Batat (Beta School- the Israeli FCL, Petah Tikva, Israel) – 2 March 2017 at 12.00 CET
  • The Future Classroom Lab for Teacher Training - Neuza Pedro & João Filipe Matos (Future Teacher E-ducation Lab, Lisbon, Portugal) – 10 March 2017 at 10.30 CET
  • Building a Future Classroom in a K12 school - Ben Bastiaensen (FC @ Talentenschool, Turnhout, Belgium) – 23 March 2017 at 14.00 CET

Other upcoming webinars

There are no upcoming webinars available at this moment. Please complete the registration form if you would like to receive information about upcoming webinars. 

Past webinars

How to create a Future Classroom Lab at your school - Jørund Høie Skaug (Rom for lek, Oslo, Norway)

What should a school consider when planning a lab for doing projects with games, coding, Virtual Reality, 3D-design and printing, and other technologies? Is your school Future Classroom ready? In this webinar participants learnt about experiences with a mobile Future Classroom Lab in Norway, and got some ideas to set up your own lab, either with a decent budget - or on a shoestring budget.

The impact of high definition projection in the classroom (Results of Texas Instruments DLP® Products Pilot Program), 29 November 2016

The webinar informs about the benefits and things to watch out for, if you are introducing high definition projection in your classroom. The final webinar recording is in 3 parts – the first part explains the process (10 mins); in the the second part, the teachers participating in the research share their views (30 mins); in the third part, the evaluator summarises the project's research results (20 mins).

Connected learning lab - How to work with stakeholders and travel with a learning lab, 20 June 2016

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.

STEM & CODING: engaging students in the classroom and beyond, 15 June 2016

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.

Flipped Classroom strategy supporting work with refugees, 1 June 2016

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 in order to meet the new challenges posed by the migrant crisis.

Scientix & STEM alliance webinar: SAFuturo - the inquiry based-learning nest, 28 April 2016

In this webinar Carlos Cunha, Scientix's Ambassador for Portugal, will describe how the Sala de Aula do Futuro (SAF) was built in Portugal, what are the objectives of this learning space and what they have achieved so far. The speaker will also present some data about the use of SAF so far and some examples of activities that can be run at this learning space.

How to set up a learning lab - practical example from Lab 21.0, Belgium, 21 April 2016

Lab 21.0 is a recently opened 'learning lab' at the secondary school RHIZO Lyceum OLV Vlaanderen, Belgium. It forms part of the school-wide innovation project School 21.0. The learning space was completed in early 2016 and officially opened by the Flemish Minister of Education, Mrs. Hilde Crevits, on 18 March 2016. During this webinar the project coordinator, Tim Vuylsteke, shared the team's experience of planning, setting up and launching the Lab 21.0.

Developing professional learning to ensure sustained improvements in schools and educational systems, 19 April 2016

IRIS Connect is a collaborative professional development platform for teachers empowering them to reflect on and share practice with their peers. It's used currently in 20% of English secondary schools and it is deployed in 15 countries in the EU and other parts of the world. This webinar will cover a brief background to the research and proposition which lies behind the development of IRIS Connect to ensure improvements in schools.

What is "collaboration" and how can it be taught? 16 March 2016

Alongside science, reading and mathematics, from 2015 PISA will examine a fourth strand on "collaborative problem solving". In this context, there is an increasing need for all K-12 stakeholders to reflect on what we mean by collaborative learning and how teachers can best introduce and support this as part of their normal classroom practice. During the webinar SMART Technology revealed how collaboration has been taking place between UK primary and Canadian secondary level students in the One Million Lights project via an international workspace that uses the company's innovative SMART amp technology.

Design of Learning Spaces, 15 Feb 2016

The webinar on "Design of Learning Spaces" was organised by European Schoolnet. The presenter Peter Barrett from the University of Salford, UK, explained about recent research project on the design of learning spaces, the HEAD Project (Holistic Evidence and Design). The project had given clear evidence that well-designed primary schools boost children's academic performance in reading, writing and maths.

BYOD Guidelines for school leaders, 16 December 2015

In this webinar Jill Attwell presents the key points of the publication called "BYOD Bring Your Own Device - Guidelines for school leaders". The report was done by the European Schoolnet's Interactice Classroom Workking Group. Download your copy of the publication and read more at: