Accelerating EdTech Start-Ups in Europe


the report Accelerating EdTech Start-Ups in Europe to help people understand how the EdTech landscape is evolving across Europe and how organisations such as European Schoolnet are supporting their acceleration through different initiatives (FCL, EU funded projects).

Data4Learning: ChatGPT and the role of AI in assessment


Discover the power of Chat GPT and its impact on assessment in education.

Data4Learning: How can teachers best use and make sense of data in education?


This webinar series focuses on the meaningful and ethical use of digitally processed data for student learning. The webinar series is planned to take place between October 2022 and June 2023.

Data4Learning: What does the use of algorithms mean for the autonomy of teachers?


This is a summary of a webinar that discusses data-driven practices in education.

Effective use of learner-generated data in teacher training activities


This report contains an analysis of the effective use of learner-generated data with a specific focus on teacher training.

Data4Learning: The platformisation of education, capturing data & testing


Interested to know what experts discussed on data in education? In October 2022, European Schoolnet held the first webinar of its recently launched “Data4Learning” Series. The summary of the discussions highlights the main arguments brought up during the exchange on the topic “The platformisation of education, capturing data & testing”. This year, after each webinar, we will be sharing a summary of the discussions. When the initiative is over, a final report will also be published including all summaries and outlining the lessons learnt across the entire series. Read the first the summary.

Re-imagine school education beyond Covid-19


The report Re-imagine school education beyond Covid-19 describes the collective learning experiences of speakers and participants during a series of high-level webinars organised by European Schoolnet entitled “Re-imagine school education beyond Covid-19” between December 2021 and June 2022.

European Schoolnet Academy: Evaluation Report 2021


This report is the 2nd annual report for EUN Academy and it examines the aggregated data from all EUN Academy courses that were run in 2021.

Guidelines for teaching & learning online as part of the “new normal”


The following report outlines a set of guidelines and examples of what is considered as effective practices for online learning in primary or secondary school settings.The guidelines build on the extensive academic literature that examines online learning in general, the more limited literature on online learning in primary and secondary school settings, and reports and guidelines prepared by a variety of educational, non-governmental, and governmental organisations either prior to the pandemic or as support for teachers during the pandemic.

Reviewing Computational Thinking in Compulsory Education


In recent years, many European countries have revised their statutory compulsory education curriculum, introducing basic Computer Science concepts. This has paved the way for the development of students’ Computational Thinking (CT) skills. Further impetus in this direction is coming from the European Commission´s Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027, where quality Computing Education is a key element under the priority “Enhancing digital skills and competences for the digital transformation.”