EUROPEAN SCHOOLNET OBSERVATORY BLOG

 

The Observatory is intended to highlight evidence in the area of innovation in education, especially:

  1. statistics evidence (e.g. Survey of Schools: ICT in Education)
  2. evidence from practice (and policy)
  3. evidence from research (e.g. literature review on the KeyCoNet project)

European Schoolnet Observatory is primarily designed to provide evidence about the use of technology to improve teaching and learning for decision makers in Ministries of Education, practitioners in schools and other ICT in education professionals at national, regional or local level across Europe.

Explore trends, evidence, and policies on innovation in education. Three ways to know more:

Briefing Papers 

European Schoolnet Observatory is currently working on a series of Briefing Papers to present the findings of the Survey of Schools: ICT in education on a specific topic and related them to the results of European Schoolnet projects on the topic. 
  
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Observatory Blog

The Observatory team cooperatively contributes to our blog with comments, experiences and views on educational trends, key international reports, and major events on innovation in education. Follow our views on global trends and current debates. Don't miss the conversation on Twitter #observatory_eu.

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Country Reports on ICT in education

The country reports on ICT in education are updated annually with Ministries of Education in 28 countries according to a common framework provided by European Schoolnet. They are in-depth descriptions of national developments in five core areas: 1) The Education Context; 2) ICT Policy; 3) The Curriculum and ICT; 4) Digital Learning Resources and Services; 5) Teacher Education for ICT.

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Trends in Educational technology

Outlined in these pages is a number of trends in educational technology and practice that, consensus suggests, will have an impact on teaching and learning in the next five years. Browse through useful resources and trends in three areas: 1) Trends in teaching and learning, 2) Emerging technologies and 3) Trends identified by teachers and students.

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