Introducing Tablets in Schools: The Acer-European Schoolnet Tablet Pilot Evaluation


Following the successful implementation of the Acer-European Schoolnet Educational Netbook Pilot in 2010/2011, Acer and European Schoolnet carried out a new pilot study on the use of tablet devices to enhance teaching and learning practices in 2012. This is an executive summary.

Briefing Paper - Issue n. 1


Issue n. 1 on the 'teacher effect' on the use of ICT in the classroom.

Developing Practical Guidelines for 1:1 Computing Initiatives


This set of practical guidelines has been developed by a team of experts at European Schoolnet following their work with 1:1 computing initiatives; in particular the experience gained in the practical implementation of the Acer-European Schoolnet Educational Netbook Pilot and the Acer-European Schoolnet Educational Tablet pilot.

Survey of Schools: ICT in Education


Based on over 190,000 responses from students, teachers and head teachers collected and analysed during the school year 2011-12, the survey provides detailed, up-to-date and reliable benchmarking of Information and Communication Technologies in school level education across Europe, painting a picture of educational technology in schools: from infrastructure provision to use, confidence and attitudes.

Science Education in European Schools: Selected Practices from the STELLA Catalogue


The STELLA project aims at contributing to the improvement of science teaching in European schools, with particular emphasis being placed on the stimulation of young people, especially female students, to undertake science studies and ultimately follow further careers within the science field.

European mapping of initiatives on the development of key competences


The initiatives related to key competence development described in this report differ in many ways, according to the nature of the key competences addressed, the implementation process used, the number of students and teachers directly concerned, the type of actors involved, and the duration and stage of development.

KeyCoNet country overviews: 14 countries


14 separated reports providing a national description contextualising key competence development (rationale, objectives): Austria, Belgium (Flanders), Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden.

The Web We Want - Young and Online: Activities for young people by young people


The internet is a place where curiosity and creativity can thrive and where you develop a wide range of skills in a seemingly less threatening manner. Nevertheless it holds certain pitfalls for the unwary. As in all other aspects of life, education is essential to foster more reflective ways of using online media.

KeyCoNet Literature Reviews


Literature reviews of the KeyCoNet project – a European policy network on the implementation of key competences in school education.

A journey through eTwinning


2012 eTwinning book on the eTwinning journey and what you can find in eTwinning.