FCL training programme 2019 just released!


Future Classroom Lab launches the new training programme for 2019 and invites teachers from all around Europe to challenge their teaching practices and start innovating in their classrooms today!

For about six years now, European Schoolnet provides fee-based courses at the Future Classroom Lab supporting teachers in their ongoing professional development to meet the challenges of the 21st century's evolving education landscape.

The training opportunities include workshops and courses from 2 to 5-days, delivered in English and aimed at primary and secondary teachers and ICT coordinators, enthusiastic to enhance their teaching through new ideas, tools and pedagogies. Some courses are targeted to specific target audience, such as school leaders or STEM teachers.

Are you interested in introducing programming in your classroom? Do you want to find out ways of developing the digital citizenship of your students or enhance STEM practice in your school? Do you wish to explore methods of active, collaborative or inclusive learning with the use of interactive technologies or by flipping the classroom? Have a look at the list of courses scheduled for 2019 and seize the opportunity to join one!

  • FCL Winter Academy: Developing key competences through project-based learning

  • Collaborative projects for the future classroom

  • Interactive technologies for the future classroom

  • Enhancing STEM practice and strategy in secondary schools

  • FCL Summer Academy: Enhancing creativity and innovation in my classroom

  • Inclusive and diverse classroom

  • Programming for the 21st century classroom

  • Digital citizenship for the future classroom

  • Active learning in my school and classroom

If you are interested to join, see the practical information here.

If you are interested in funding opportunities by the Erasmus+ Programme (Key Action 1 - Mobility of individuals in the field of education and training), have a look at the Programme Guide and information provided by your National Agency. The new call for next year will be launched during October.


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