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  • 1. Educational netbook pilot www.netbooks.eun.org Dr. Riina.Vuorikari@eun.org, European Schoolnet OECD 1-to-1 computing in education Vienna, Austria Feb 22 2010 www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
  • 2. Outline of this presentation • What is European Schoolnet? • Acer-EUN pedagogical netbook pilot • Supporting teachers with pedagogical scenarios • European Schoolnet’s review on national laptop and netbook initiatives www.netbooks.eun.org 2
  • 3. European Schoolnet (EUN) • Created in 1997, based in Brussels • Network of 31 European Ministries of Education (MoE) or national educational authorities • Promotes the use of ICTs in school • Leads the way in bringing about change in schooling through the use of new technology www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 4. What does the Acer-EUN pedagogical netbook pilot entail? www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 5. Six countries participating www.netbooks.eun.org 5
  • 6. Timeline and set-up On-going • Pre-pilot: January to June 2010 – 10 classes per country = all in all 60 classes – 5 teachers per class = 50 teachers per country = all in all 300 teachers involved • Pilot: September 2010 to June 2011 – 50 classes per country = all in all 300 classes – 5 teachers per class = 250 teachers per country = all in all 1500 teachers involved www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 7. Schools and equipment • Each participating school has a netbook team: 4-5 teachers, ICT coordinator and school head • School receives – Netbooks for learners (± 27) – Notebooks for teachers (5) – School: desktop (mini server, wifi) + monitor www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 8. What is expected from teachers? Plan a pedagogical project where the teachers and the pupils use netbooks in an educational context • Different possibilities: – 2 or more teachers work together to create a cross-curricular project where pupils use netbooks across subjects – each teacher create their own pedagogical project • A variety of contexts: – use netbooks in school vs. at home – individual use of netbooks vs. collaborative use www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 9. Actors of the pilot in each country 2. 4. 1. 3. 5. www.netbooks.eun.org 9
  • 10. How will it all work? (1) Prepilot Preparation of evaluation framework Equip schools & new schools Online community Feedback on netbooks & & digital resources pedagogical scenarios www.netbooks.eun.org 10
  • 11. How will it all work? (2) Full-scale pilot Prepilot Preparation of Report and rich case Equip schools evaluation framework studies & new schools Online community Online community Feedback on netbooks & Data gathering & & digital resources & digital resources pedagogical scenarios evaluation www.netbooks.eun.org 11
  • 12. Netbook pilot evaluation framework • Can netbooks improve teaching and learning both inside and outside of schools? • How are they used by teachers and learners in educational contexts: in school vs. out of school use individual use vs. collaborative use educational use vs. leisure use (inspired by Heeok Heo and Jeonghee Seo, NML study on South-Korea) www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 13. Supporting teachers with pedagogical scenarios www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 14. Pedagogical support and resources www.netbooks.eun.org www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 15. Pedagogical scenarios Formal netbooks in school out of school Context individual collaborative individual collaborative on-line off-line on-line off-line on-line off-line on-line off-line Learners Teacher’s tasks Parents,? www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 16. Pedagogical scenarios in schools www.lreforschools.eun.org • Using digital learning resources (e.g. reference material, science experiments, language learning material) www.etwinning.net • School collaboration • Connecting to the school Virtual Learning Environment • Working with Interactive White Boards • Communicating between schools and parents www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 17. Scenarios for teachers’ tasks • Administrative tasks • Lesson planning (alone and with others) • Variety of ways to alternate – the delivery of a lesson – possibilities for homework • Pupils’ assessment • Communication with pupils and parents • Professional development opportunities www.netbooks.eun.org 17
  • 18. European Schoolnet’s Insight report: Review on national laptop and netbook initiatives (coming out at http://insight.eun.org) www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 19. Review on national laptop&netbook initiatives in school (Insight Report, 2010) Target Public Public-Private Incentive programmes Teachers ESTONIA (MoE) POLAND (MoE, Interkl@asa, IBM) MALTA Laptop for teachers (4000 teachers out of 15000) Notebook for education Primary School Teachers equipped with laptops Notebooks at reduced prices for teachers receive incetives to get IWB Students GREECE * (MoE and MofEconomy) FRANCE (MoE and private enterprises) research working group to analyse laptops for students and A Wi-Fi laptop for every student (opportunity to buy implementation (2007 data) laptop on credit) ISRAEL PORTUGAL (MoE and INTEL) - Internet based learning for students with special Initiativa Magalhaes (laptop for 1st year primary school educational needs (special individual programmes) children - nationwide) SPAIN - Escuela 2.0 (nationwide, each 5t One class ESTONIA** (MoE) Laptop for students (from 5 selected schools, one class from each) Whole School CZECH REPUBLICH (MoE) HUNGARY (MoE and INTEL) Education for competitiveness Student laptop programme (winner institutions of a call (nationwide, project-based grant system for schools) for proposal) HUNGARY** PORTUGAL** (MoE and INTEL) Intelligent School Programme Schools, Teachers and Laptops 20.000 notebooks spread to educational institutions (also (nationwide, project-based grant system for schools) IWB and PCs) UK ISRAEL - Northern Ireland (65.000 laptops for grant-a - Whiteboard (providing schools Families UK** PORTUGAL - Home Access Programme (targeting the most einitiativas disadvantaged families, nationwide) (incentives to buy laptop at low price for everyone, - Home Access Programme (in England, grant-aided more than 750 thousand people targeted) families) www.netbooks.eun.org
  • 20. Questions? www.netbooks.eun.org Contacts in EUN riina.vuorikari@eun.org caroline.kearney@eun.org www.netbooks.eun.org