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Overview and Analysis of 1:1 Learning Initiatives in Europe

30/06/2013 - Anja Balanskat, Diana Bannister, Benjamin Hertz, Ester Sigillò, Riina Vuorikari

The report presents 31 recent 1:1 initiatives that involve approximately 47,000 schools and 17,500,000 students in primary and/or secondary education across 19 European countries. 1:1 learning initiatives are equipping students of a given school, class or age group with portable devices (e.g. laptops, netbooks, tablets or smartphones) for learning purposes. Such initiatives exist already for quite some years (e.g. One Laptop Per Child) and increasingly, governments and other educational stakeholders in Europe and elsewhere are investing further in the wider roll-out of 1:1 devices. Major questions are arising however on the sustainability, impact, costs, renewal and mainstreaming of such initiatives, especially now when educational budgets are under pressure in Europe due to the economic climate.

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Typereport
LanguagesEnglish
Audiencecounsellors, educational authorities, policy makers, researchers, teachers
TopicsInnovation
Tags1to1 initiatives, 1to1 pedagogy, policy support, technological devices, teachers, training
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