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



Novigado webinar #1: Active learning and innovative teaching in flexible learning spaces

Novigado webinar on active learning 20 April 2020

What was this webinar about?

Schools and teachers are in a key transition phase where the increasingly technology-rich learning environments and student-centric pedagogy are gaining ground in current practices. The focus of teaching is shifting from content to developing key competences. Schools and teachers are also directly impacted by developments about modernising or transforming physical learning environments.

The recently launched Erasmus+ -funded Novigado project delves into these challenges and aims to support schools through an active learning model and the opportunities brought by the ICT and new learning environments. Novigado will organise a series of webinars to connect with stakeholders that wish to be part of a participative network of practitioners who engage in exchanges and professional development around teaching in innovative learning environments.

Our experts share our initial reflections on active learning: what is it about, what are the benefits and challenges, and how is it connected to learning environments and the use of ICT?

The webinar is organised in collaboration with the European Schoolnet’s Future Classroom Lab and supported by the network of Future Classroom Ambassadors. The participants will receive a certificate.

Watch the recordings and the presentations:

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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