Trends survey - What will the future classroom be like?


25/09/2014

What will learning look like in 2020? How do you see the classroom in five years from now? How will technology be used to support teaching and learning? Teachers, make your views heard!

In many ways, teachers and students are better placed than industry, policy-makers and educational technology researchers to identify significant trends affecting education: they experience at first hand how new devices and tools are being used and can tell which pedagogies best exploit their potential. This is why we want to hear your opinion! All teachers, educators and anyone interested in the future of teaching and learning are welcome to reply to this survey. All answers are anonymous, but you can leave your email and name if you want to be contacted. Take five minutes of your time to complete this survey in one of the following languages and help shape the future classroom:

To get inspired, you can visit our Observatory section and read some examples of trends identified by users of the Future Classroom toolkit in the iTEC project and online courses in the European Schoolnet Academy, or you can also have a look at the emerging technologies highlighted.

The results will be published in the Observatory section later in 2014 and the analysis will be shared also with with industry, policy-makers and researchers. Read more about the Future Classroom Lab at http://fcl.eun.org and about European Schoolnet and trends.

 

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