Novigado partners

Coordinator:

 

Think! Foundation (Think), Poland

https://www.think.org.pl/english

Think! Foundation (full name: THINK! Foundation for Development of Knowledge Society) was established in 2007 in Warsaw, Poland. It is a non-profit non-governmental organization majoring in the fields of social communications and education. The aim of the Foundation is supporting the personal development of young people and adults through educational programs and information and communication technologies.

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European Schoolnet (EUN), Belgium

http://www.eun.org/

EUN Partnership – European Schoolnet (hereafter EUN) – is a network of 34 Ministries of Education (MoE) from across Europe, leading educational innovation at European level. As a major international think tank, EUN operates key European services in education on behalf of member MoE, the European Commission, and industry partners. We act as the interface between education policy and practice, and as the facilitator of ‘the network of networks' – bringing MoE, schools, research and industry into contact for fruitful exchange and collaboration. Founded in 1997, the organisation is based in Brussels and counts about 70 staff and experts.

 

Agrupamento de Escolas Fernando Casimiro Pereira da Silva (AEFCPS), Portugal

https://aefernandocasimiro.wordpress.com/

Agrupamento de Escolas Fernando Casimiro Pereira da Silva (AEFCPS) is a cluster of public schools with extensive experience with the development of pedagogical practices. By working on a better alignment between educational practices and societal dynamics, they intend to promote an educational culture that promotes inclusion to all students, collaborative and project work, and a new way to assess students that, although takes into account results, focuses on the educational process. It counts about 1050 students from kindergarden to 9th grade and its staff is 120 teacehrs and 50 non-teaching assistants.

 

Réseau Canopé, France

https://www.reseau-canope.fr/

As a national public organisation linked to the French Ministry of education, Réseau Canopé is a key player in the French speaking educational landscape. Throughout its activities, Canopé supports the educational community and works towards the collective goal of helping all pupils to succeed in school. As a public publisher, creating educational printed and digital resources, Réseau Canopé provides highly versatile teaching resources and tailored services to answer the needs of the educational community, policy makers as well as companies involved in technologies for education and seeking to provide their services or products in France.

 

Lycee Pilote Innovant International (LP2I), France

http://www.lp2i-poitiers.fr/

Lycée Pilote Innovant International (LP2I) has been an international and innovative school for more than 30 years. It is a leading school in terms of ICT integration, and it has embraced the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) approach with its 500 students and 60 teachers, in order to transform both its school organization and everyday pedagogy. The school is quite often at the source of national dissemination projects such as interdisciplinary modules, digital portfolios or flexible time and learning space management. LP2I has also been inspired by the EUN's Future Classroom Lab and is one of the first schools to set up their own learning lab in France.

 

The Directorate General for Innovation and Educational Technologies (YEĞİTEK), Turkey

https://yegitek.meb.gov.tr/

The Directorate General for Innovation and Educational Technologies (YEĞİTEK) is a unit of the Turkish Ministry of National Education responsible for studies supporting the technology use, integration and mainstreaming of technologies in education. It has been coordinating the projects and studies conducted on the use of information and communications technology in education. Organizing teacher trainings on innovative methodology, STEM education, and ICT use in classrooms are among the main activities of this department. So far over 400.000 teachers have been provided with in-service trainings on the use of technology in education, and the number is increasing. 250 people are working in the Directorate General, including teachers, engineers and experts working in the field of pedagogy and ICT.

            

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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