The magazine summarises the developments and results of the iTEC project up to date. The articles that follow provide an overview of the iTEC project to date: its scenarios, innovative Learning Activities and tools, its mix of vision and practice, its engagement with partners and communities, its outcomes and results, and its remarkable journey towards widespread sharing and adoption.
Within iTEC, educational tools and resources have been piloted in over 2,000 classrooms across 19 European countries with the key objective of providing a sustainable model for fundamentally redesigning teaching and learning. iTEC’s aim is to bring about systemic change, not through radical technological advances, but through progressive adoption of innovative Learning Activities that effectively use and exploit both existing and emerging technologies in order to better equip the children of Europe for the challenges of work and society through the 21st century.
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- European Schoolnet
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- iTec, Future Classroom Lab