Get Online Week 2015: Are your lessons already online?
25.03.2015 - Today we have reached the middle of Get Online Week 2015 and already many people participated in exiting activities and events all over Europe. The idea behind the get Online Week is to address everybody and show how much advantages the Internet can have. That applies also to children, young people and of course teachers. On Twitter we want to know from teachers, if their lessons are already online and what tools do they include. We look forward to many responses and will report here.
The Get Online Week provides this year great activities for schools. For example in Berlin, Germany one school starts to give coding trainings to their students.In whole Europe many workshops take place to help kids with the Internet platform YouRock. Find out more ...
European Network for Teachers: VoiceS
16.03.2015 - The VOICE of European TeacherS (VOICES) network provides opportunities for contact, exchanges, cooperative projects, and ongoing learning and sharing to teachers all around Europe. Furthermore, the network brings together schools and teacher training institutes on topics like multiculturalism, early childhood education and more.
For more information about the network, please visit the website: www.european-teachers.eu Find out more ...
BITKOM study: Pupils want more teaching about digital topics
Picture by Lars Plougmann
25.02.2015 - The current BITKOM study report of "Digital School - Networked Learning" states: Pupils asked most for legal principles and behaviour tips on the Internet.
The Online Survey For Teachers Has Started
By Kevin Dooley
10.02.2015 - The Online4EDU survey for teachers has started today and the whole team is looking forward to many respondents. The survey plays a big role in designing and developing a curriculum to support teachers in their use of online collaboration tools. That is because the survey will gather information from teachers relating to their use of these tools and will help to shape the content of the curriculum. The survey is available in Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and German and it will take approximately 15 minutes.
Click here to participate in the Estonian survey.
Click here to participate in the German survey. Find out more ...