How to improve completion and assessment in scalable online courses for teachers - The findings from the TeachUP policy experimentation


This report provides an overview of the findings arising from the TeachUP policy experimentation from a policy-making perspective.

Continuous professional development, professional capabilities and innovative teaching practices among European teachers.A second level analysis of TALIS 2018 data set


The present report has been commissioned by European Schoolnet, aiming to bring innovation in teaching and learning across education systems. Such transformation of education processes for 21st century digitalized societies is done by identifying and testing promising innovative practices, sharing evidence about their impact, and supporting the mainstreaming of teaching and learning practices aligned with 21st century standards for inclusive education.

STE(A)M IT Integrated STEM teaching State of Play


The aim of this Integrated STEM teaching State of Play is to provide anoverview of the existing scientific and grey literature research on the topic while laying the foundation for the development of the first Integrated STE(A)M education framework.

Peer versus expert assessment: How to make assessment in online teacher training work


The main research question in this report is the following: in scalable online courses, is peer assessment a viable approach to assess learning achievements and is it an appropriate alternative to expert assessment?

European Schoolnet's 2019 Annual Report


This report documents European Schoolnet’s activities during 2019, highlighting the organisation’s main achievements and lessons learned.

Building learning labs and innovative learning spaces: Practical guidelines for school leaders and teachers


The Future Classroom Lab (FCL) aims to be an inspirational learning environment, challenging visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms. One of the clearest indicators that the FCL has a positive impact are evidence of increased support and interest from Ministries of Education for alternative learning spaces and the creation of large numbers of local learning labs in several European countries.

 How SELMA is driving online change


After two years of collaborative effort to tackle online hate speech, the SELMA project is drawing to a close. The SELMA Digital Book “ How SELMA is driving online change” draws upon the experiences and successes of the many people who became involved in the project.

Report on the integration of space mission results in STEM lessons


This report presents a package of 23 activities including hands-on activities, computer-based activities and experiments, but also six webinars and three EduTeasers (which are short educational videos recorded with researchers to introduce certain activities) dedicated to secondary education teachers.

eSafety Label+ Manifesto: Lessons learned and how to move forward...


‘eSafety Label+: Become the next eSafety Champion’ is an Erasmus+ project aiming to mobilise and foster the exchange of knowledge and best practices among a wide community of European teachers and other school actors to better equip schools for a safe and responsible digital future.

If not in Schools, where? Learn and Practice Democracy in eTwinning


eTwinning promotes skills that are necessary to achieve a democratic culture such as autonomous learning, analytical and critical thinking, listening and observing, empathy, flexibility and adaptability, linguistic, communicative and plurilingual skills, co-operation, and conflict-resolution. Through these skills, eTwinning highlights the benefits of active citizenship and demonstrates that teachers can contribute to the creation of sustainable democracies.