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European Schoolnet: Collaboration and
Exchange in technology enabled education
Premysl Velek
11 September 2013, Informatio...
1. SURVEY OF SCHOOLS: ICT IN EDUCATION
2. COLLABORATION THROUGH ICT
3. INNOVATION IN ICT-BASED EDUCATION
4. TEACHER TRAINI...
Transforming education in Europe
Network of 29 Ministries of Education
Support schools in bringing about the best use of ...
SURVEY OF SCHOOLS: ICT IN EDUCATION
Benchmarking access, use and attitudes to technology
in Europe’s schools
Detailed revi...
Students use ICT most frequently during lessons when they
are taught by digitally confident and supportive teachers,
rega...
Strenghtening public action – building capacity
for ICT pedagogical expertise at school level -
professional development ...
BRIEFING PAPERS
Present the findings of the Survey of Schools: ICT
in Education on a specific topic
www.eun.org/observator...
COLLABORATION VIA ICT - CONTENT EXCHANGE
• Learning Resource Exchange (LRE): federation of
resource repositories
• more th...
LEARNING RESOURCE EXCHANGE
• Exchange platform for national portals
• Public service for teachers/school
since 2008
http:/...
SCIENTIX REPOSITORY
www.scientix.eu/web/guest/resources
Content providers:
STEM education projects funded by EU programmes...
Scientix 1 2009 - 2012
Scientix 2 – start in 2013
Reaching out to national
teacher communities -
Scientix National Contact...
INNOVATION IN ICT BASED EDUCATION
Examples of Scientix projects:
Go-Lab and Global Excursion:
remote control and online sc...
 University of Cambridge (UK): Various kinds
of electronic microscopes
 Doñana (Spain): Cameras, microphones,
sensors fo...
Global excursion
Extended Curriculum for Science Infrastructure Online
• Provide access to e-Infrastructures and selected ...
Go-Lab
Global Online Science Labs – Inquiry Learning at School
19 partners, among which European Space Agency or
CERN
• Ac...
COLLABORATION VIA ICT - COMMUNITY FOR SCHOOLS
eTwinning, www.etwinning.net
• 208,210 Teachers
• 107,132 Schools
• 5,752 ac...
TRAINING IN ICT
fully equipped, reconfigurable,
teaching and learning space
Showcase of emerging and new
technologies supp...
TRAINING IN ICT
Courses in the Future Classroom Lab
 iTEC courses
 eTwinning CPD courses
 inGenious and Scientix worksh...
Thank you for your attention!
Info:
premysl.velek@eun.org
Scientix is financed under European Union's Seventh Framework Pr...
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Collaboration and Exchange in technology enabled education

  1. 1. European Schoolnet: Collaboration and Exchange in technology enabled education Premysl Velek 11 September 2013, Information and Communication Technologies in Education, Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, Czech Republic
  2. 2. 1. SURVEY OF SCHOOLS: ICT IN EDUCATION 2. COLLABORATION THROUGH ICT 3. INNOVATION IN ICT-BASED EDUCATION 4. TEACHER TRAINING TOPICS
  3. 3. Transforming education in Europe Network of 29 Ministries of Education Support schools in bringing about the best use of technology in learning Promote the European dimension in schools and education Raise the quality of education in Europe www.eun.org Brussels, Belgium
  4. 4. SURVEY OF SCHOOLS: ICT IN EDUCATION Benchmarking access, use and attitudes to technology in Europe’s schools Detailed review on ICT use in schools:  Carried out in 2012  190,000 responses  27 European countries
  5. 5. Students use ICT most frequently during lessons when they are taught by digitally confident and supportive teachers, regardless of equipment levels. Students use ICT for learning more outside than inside school. Around 70% of students are taught by teachers who have learnt about ICT in their own time. Most teachers still use ICT first and foremost to prepare their teaching and fewer use technology with students in lessons There are on average over 100 students per IWB Low use of digital resources: more that 50 % of students at all grades never (almost never) use such resources SURVEY OF SCHOOLS– MAIN FINDINGS:
  6. 6. Strenghtening public action – building capacity for ICT pedagogical expertise at school level - professional development opportunities for teachers Pedagogical support for teachers Professional collaboration among teachers www.eun.org/observatory/surveyofschools SURVEY OF SCHOOLS – BOTTOM LINE:
  7. 7. BRIEFING PAPERS Present the findings of the Survey of Schools: ICT in Education on a specific topic www.eun.org/observatory/surveyofschools
  8. 8. COLLABORATION VIA ICT - CONTENT EXCHANGE • Learning Resource Exchange (LRE): federation of resource repositories • more than 50 different content providers • more that 200,000 OERs • over 30 languages • Scientix repository: Resources in STEM education • 200 STEM projects • ~ 1,100 resources • Common core: inquiry based learning and the use of ICT in education
  9. 9. LEARNING RESOURCE EXCHANGE • Exchange platform for national portals • Public service for teachers/school since 2008 http://lreforschools.eun.org Travel well concept 1. Transnational topics 2. Knowledge of specific language not needed 3. Specific software not needed 4. Methodological support not needed 5. Intuitive and easy to use 6. Interactivity 7. Clear licence status
  10. 10. SCIENTIX REPOSITORY www.scientix.eu/web/guest/resources Content providers: STEM education projects funded by EU programmes or by various (inter)national initiatives • 200 STEM projects carried out in the past 10 years • Over 1,100 resources Translation on demand – user driven localisation of OERs: • 1,071 requests • 440 of them accepted
  11. 11. Scientix 1 2009 - 2012 Scientix 2 – start in 2013 Reaching out to national teacher communities - Scientix National Contact Points
  12. 12. INNOVATION IN ICT BASED EDUCATION Examples of Scientix projects: Go-Lab and Global Excursion: remote control and online science labs in science education
  13. 13.  University of Cambridge (UK): Various kinds of electronic microscopes  Doñana (Spain): Cameras, microphones, sensors for wildlife  SZTAKI (Hungary): Earthquake equipment, Digital production, ..  BIFI (Spain): Simulations, e-Equipement Global excursion Extended Curriculum for Science Infrastructure Online ViSH: Virtual Science Hub http://vishub.org
  14. 14. Global excursion Extended Curriculum for Science Infrastructure Online • Provide access to e-Infrastructures and selected labs & resources • Create teaching use cases, pedagogical & technical artefacts Rich media mash-up: • text, images, videos, • remote access elements: cameras, sensors, controlers
  15. 15. Go-Lab Global Online Science Labs – Inquiry Learning at School 19 partners, among which European Space Agency or CERN • Access to remote and virtual labs for schools • Access to research data and archives • Structured learning environment based on inquiry • Focus on pedagogical framework – IBSE • Integration into school curricula www.go-lab-project.eu
  16. 16. COLLABORATION VIA ICT - COMMUNITY FOR SCHOOLS eTwinning, www.etwinning.net • 208,210 Teachers • 107,132 Schools • 5,752 active projects
  17. 17. TRAINING IN ICT fully equipped, reconfigurable, teaching and learning space Showcase of emerging and new technologies supporting education
  18. 18. TRAINING IN ICT Courses in the Future Classroom Lab  iTEC courses  eTwinning CPD courses  inGenious and Scientix workshops Topics :  Use of Interactive Whiteboard  Esafety in teaching and learning  Future Classroom Scenarios  STEM in the future classroom  Creative use of multimedia http://fcl.eun.org yt
  19. 19. Thank you for your attention! Info: premysl.velek@eun.org Scientix is financed under European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Development. This publication reflects the view only of the author. The Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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