High-level representatives from businesses and the education sector gathered today to discuss how to advance and scale up business-education cooperation to improve Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies and careers in Europe.


2017 has been a special year for European Schoolnet, as we have celebrated 20 years of transforming education, together with all our members and stakeholders across Europe and beyond. Having begun as a network of 18 Ministries of Education in 1997, we currently have 31 members, all united in our mission to test promising innovative practices, share evidence about their impact, and support mainstreaming effective teaching and learning practices for all students.

European Schoolnet is delighted to welcome back Nancy Knowlton and Tony Cann to the Future Classroom Lab with their new companies (Nureva and Learning by Questions), set to be important players on the educational technology scene.

Launched at EMINENT 2017, the 'Open Book of Educational Innovation' examines how innovation, especially technology-inspired innovation is defined, showcasing over a hundred ground-breaking initiatives in schools across Europe.

European Schoolnet reflects on its past and launches its vision for the future in our new anniversary publication: ‘Driving Innovation in Education - How far we have come and where we are going'. Find out what European Schoolnet's key achievements have been to date, and also what are our future priorities.

The STEM Alliance High-Level Event "Advancing And Scaling-Up Education - Industry Collaboration" will be held on Thursday 7 December 2017, from 08.30 AM to 02.00 PM at the Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace Hotel in Brussels.

The Future Classroom Lab face-to-face training courses on technology-enhanced learning are designed to support teachers' professional development for today's teaching challenges and the classrooms of the future.

Are you interested in introducing Bring Your Own Device innovative practices in your school? Then check out the new 'Bring Your Own Device for Schools: Technical Advice for School Leaders and IT Administrators' report.

Innovation

Do you believe all students should be engaged in the lessons and have access to better education? Do you think that digital skills are key competences that needs to be mastered, as nowadays they become as important as literacy and numeracy? Then check out the DIS-CODE project

In its fourth issue of the “ICT in STEM Education Impact and Challenges series, the STEM Alliance highlights the importance of partnerships.

Projects