Novigado "Active learning and innovative teaching in flexible learning spaces" is a new project starting in autumn 2019. The objective of the project is to support schools and related stakeholders in the transition from a conventional and teacher-centered classroom into teaching practices that promote active learning with the support of innovative learning environments and the use of relevant ICT. Read more here.
The Mentoring for School Improvement (MenSI) project will carry out a pan-European investigation into how different approaches to mentoring can support the mainstreaming of innovative digital teaching practices in primary and secondary schools. Read more here.
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IMPACT EdTech will establish a start-up incubator-accelerator to help European digital education innovators to bring their digital learning solutions into the market, focusing on those solutions that can contribute to extending personalised and inclusive educational models that support the development of the skills that are relevant in today's world. Read more here
EDURegio project is the follow-up project of Future Classroom Lab Regio, a strategic association among regional educational policy-makers and European Schoolnet. The network stems from the need to foster digital competences and digital citizenship at the regional level to share good practice among regional policy-makers. EDURegio implements and develops Digital Education Action Plan (DEAP) actions at regional level to face common challenges and assist in establishing a solid European education policy. Read more here
The purpose of the project is to contribute to the professional development of teachers in the fields of technology, innovative pedagogy, interdisciplinary learning scenarios in flexible learning environments at EU level, and to support studies carried out at national and international level. This project, which is carried out by the MoNE and is implemented with the contributions of 7 European member partners, has largely the same objectives as the practices of innovative and flexible learning environments supported by the European Schoolnet. Read more here.
Take the action! Piloting LEGO Education® solutions with FCL Ambassadors and Learning Labs
LEGO Education® together with European Schoolnet (EUN) have set up a pilot project to experiment with, and champion, the effective pedagogical use of LEGO Education® solutions with the active engagement of the Future Classroom Lab (FCL) network and community. LEGO Education® and its local partners will provide educational solutions and train participants throughout the project life, while, in parallel, dissemination activities, local training opportunities and workshops will be organised for a wider audience. Read more here
Europeana is Europe's digital cultural heritage platform. It currently provides access to over 58 million digitised items from more than 3500 European libraries, museums, archives and galleries. The Europeana DSI-4 project continues the work of the previous three Europeana Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs). Read more here.
- Social Media Literacy for Change (sml4change)
- Future Classroom Lab Regional Network (FCL Regio)
- Initial Teachers Education Lab (ITELab)
- Triseum Validation Pilot
- TASK: Teacher Assessing Key Competences in School
- Europeana DSI-2
- Texas Instruments DLP®
- Products Pilot Program
- Chromebook Teacher Professional Development and Evaluation Programme
- School Leaders Working Group
- Samsung Professional Development Programme
- Creative Classrooms Lab - Pan-European policy experimentations with tablets
- iTEC - Designing the future classroom
- Living Schools Lab - A whole-school approach to ICT in teaching and learning
- CPDLab - Teacher professional development for the digital age
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