Brussels, 6 April, 2016. Available now: the free ENABLE resource pack to provide teachers and families with the skills, knowledge and confidence to promote the well-being of young people.

Having strong skills in areas such as languages, arts, mathematics and science is no longer enough to thrive in a rapidly evolving, technology-mediated world. Critical thinking, problem-solving, resilience, cooperation and curiosity are increasingly becoming fundamental skills.

The project LangOER just published a collection of open educational resources created by the teachers participating in its training sessions

During the STEM Discovery Week, from 22 to 29 April, share with the world why STEM Education and careers matter! Register your event to have it displayed on the STEM Discovery Map and become a member of our community! How?

Developing critical thinking skills is fundamental to all learning and it is a key competence all citizens need in order to succeed in lifelong learning throughout their personal and professional lives.

We are delighted to announce that European Schoolnet will participate in the 2016 Global Leadership Week which will take place between 25 - 29 April.

The team at European Schoolnet is deeply saddened by the loss of so many lives today in the attacks which took place in Brussels. We would like to express our sincere condolences to the families and friends of the victims.

Are you interested in key competences and their assessment? Do you want to know more about European Schoolnet projects for teachers? Then join the 1st TASK workshop "TASK in progress"! The workshop will take place on 10 May 2016 from 10:00h – 17:00h, in the premises of European Schoolnet in Brussels, Rue de Trèves 61.

The European Schoolnet is delighted to have participated in the Media & Learning Conference 2016. We would like to kindly thank everyone who visited our stand to learn more about our work, projects and publications

Brussels, 11 March 2016 Our societies face many global challenges such as climate change, health, pollution, resources depletion. Science can contribute to solving them. With that aim in mind, the European Commission recently pushed forward the concept of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) to foster and facilitate research and innovation in an inclusive, societally-oriented way.