Active Learning Blog

Active learning blog

The Active Learning Blog created by the Novigado project focuses on active learning, innovative learning spaces and integration of ICT in present and future classrooms and schools. In this blog we will read stories written by the project partners, Future Classroom Ambassadors, FCL network labs, teacher trainers, invited experts, etc. If you would like to submit a story to be published, please send it to



Learning Scenario Tool - Introductory webinar

Future Classroom Lab and Novigado are happy to introduce you to the new Learning Scenario Tool. Build your own scenario from scratch or explore ready-made activities and adjustable examples that will help you create your scenarios for active learning in your classroom. Want to know more? The tool is already available on the Future Classroom Lab website!

The Novigado scenario tool helps you to engage your students as active and committed learners. Add activities, specify methods and tools, and share the result with colleagues. The best way to let students take their learning into their own hands! Throughout the development of your lesson plan or learning scenario, the tool helps you to provide your best pedagogical work with expert-made activities and insightful statistics.

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If you missed the past webinars you can find the recordings online:

Learning journals: developing reflecting skills for active learners, 6 April 2021

Good practices in Flexible Learning Spaces in Portugal: what has been done in spaces in pandemic times? 31 March 2021
Co-design with teachers and students, 17 September 2020

Designing Post-COVID Learning Spaces, 18 June 2020

Active learning and innovative teaching in flexible learning spaces, 20 April 2020

Key Info

  • Funding: Erasmus+ Programme Key Action 2 (School Education - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices)
  • Start time: 01-12-2019
  • Duration: 30 months
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The Novigado project is funded with support from the European Commission's Erasmus+ Programme. This publication/website reflects the views only of the author, and the EC cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.