a dream come true! i've been granted with the attendance TO A COURSE in the very heart of the european schoolnet academy for teachers, the future classroom laboratory, in brussels
Next stop, "Creativity and Innovation in my classroom", thanks to the eTwinning Learning Events 2017 competition. This July, I'll get the most of this course in the very heart of the European Union, Brussels. You can get more information about the Future Classroom Lab (fcl.eun.org/) clicking the images below. FCL is an amazing learning space for teachers that shows how can we create the optimal conditions in our classroom to improve the learning process in our students by using the last ICT resources. An unique and inspiring learning environment in Brussels, that challenges visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms. Learning by doing!
The European Schoolnet Academy is a platform where you can learn about innovation in the school and classroom through online professional development courses for teachers in primary and secondary schools.
The courses offered on this platform are completely free of charge. They will offer you an introduction to key concepts and ideas that are relevant to developing your practice and will provide you with the opportunity to discuss these ideas and share your experiences with your peers. We hope that by attending these courses and by engaging with your peers you will feel empowered and inspired to try out something new in your practice. Follow the link below
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future classroom lab.
Created by European Schoolnet, the Future Classroom Lab (FCL) is an inspirational learning environment in Brussels, challenging visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms. Through six learning zones, visitors can explore the essential elements in delivering 21st century learning: students' and teachers' skills and roles, learning styles, learning environment design, current and emerging technology, and societal trends affecting education.
Since the opening of the Future Classroom Lab in January 2012, European Schoolnet and its 30 supporting Ministries of Education have worked closely with a growing number of ICT providers to ensure an independently-funded and sustainable platform. Policy-makers, industry partners, teachers and other education stakeholders regularly come together in face-to-face training workshops and strategic seminars to develop visions for the school of the future and strategies on how to realise these.