The e-Skills Manifesto 2015


The e-Skills Manifesto 2015 outlines the road ahead for Europe to achieve its digital future – from the digital transformation of the economy, to new insights for business and policymakers through big data, to accelerating growth and fostering innovation and competitiveness through eLeadership.

Scientix 2 Results: How Scientix adds value to STEM education


This publication deals with all aspects of the Scientix project - the community for science education in Europe - ranging from the resources it provides to STEM educators, to the events the project has made possible and the knowledge and practices it has helped disseminate.

Scientix: Supporting Collaboration in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education in Europe since 2010


This e-book is a fun read for anyone who would like to know the Scientix project - the community for science education in Europe - through a graphic and easily understandable presentation in less than 5 minutes.

Formal and Non-formal Educational Programmes on Digital Skills and Competences: Best Practices and Recommendations


The publication, prepared within the work of the Secretariat of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs, presents a summary of best practices and case studies of formal and non-formal educational programmes, which focus on engaging and training pupils, students and young people in ICT.

Designing the future classroom Nº3 - Bring Your Own Device: A guide for school leaders


"BYOD Bring Your Own Device - A guide for school leaders" is a new publication by the European Schoolnet's Interactive Classroom Working Group (ICWG).

eTwining Ten Years On: Impact on teachers' practice, skills, an professional development opportunities, as reported by eTwinners


Ten years have passed since the eTwinning action was first launched, and this report marks the occasion by taking stock of the programme’s key achievements and areas in need of further development, through an analysis of a large-scale survey of eTwinning teachers launched at the end of 2014.

Computing our future: Computer programming and coding - Priorities, school curricula and initiatives across Europe


This report represents an updated overview of the formal integration of coding in school curricula across Europe, illustrated with examples of curricula integration by country. The report also looks at training provisions for teachers and highlights a broad spectrum of formal and informal coding initiatives offered to students.

School Bullying Phenomenon and Anti-bullying Programmes: The Enable Research Review


How prevalent is bullying in schools? What makes for an effective anti-bullying programme? What is the evidence for Social and Emotional Learning? To answer these questions and provide an overview of the wealth of work in this area, ENABLE partners have produced a report highlighting key studies, accompanied by a series of data sheets.

Innovation in your classroom - Learning with colleagues from across Europe


The “Innovation in your classroom” publication presents an overview of the European Schoolnet Academy courses which cover a wide range of topics to support teachers in innovating their teaching practice and making more effective use of technology for teaching and learning, and spur interest in students.

Re-engineering the Uptake of ICT in Schools


The iTEC project developed a process that allows schools to rethink how they are currently using ICT, and which provides concrete guidance and tools to help them close what is being called the “mainstreaming gap”, where technology is not yet fully harnessed as a systemic part of everyday classroom practice that integrates learning both in and out of school.