"Rethinking school innovation for future-proof learning"

Date: 09-10 June 2022

The Forum is an hybrid event hosted at Doubletree by Hilton hotel, in Brussels and livestreamed on day 1.

Forum's hashtag: #SCHOOLIF22 #SchoolInnovationForum








In this year's edition of the School Innovation Forum, European Schoolnet offered key players, involved in the transformation of Europe's education, the opportunity to network, meet face-to-face and exchange views on "Rethinking school innovation for future-proof learning". The Forum was attended by a hundred people and offered the possibility for online discussions. 

Live Stream

The Forum has brought together European Schoolnet community (educators, policy makers, industry partners, research and Ed Tech), FCL's main stakeholders, as well as relevant project partners.

Watch the live stream of the forum and get the latest insights on topics such as the importance of innovative classroom design, practical concerns in integrating technologies in the classroom, issues related to the ethical use and integration of technology in the classroom, strengthening public-private partnerships and collaboration, especially in the post-COVID19 period.

  • • Key experts from both the public, private sector as well as academia were invited to share expertise and discuss specific issues during the first day of the Forum.
  • • On the second day, participants engaged in more in-depth discussions in smaller groups where they  shared their expertise on topics of interest with the objective of sharing good practices, forging collaborations between stakeholders, and looking into opportunities to feed in the work that EUN is doing on particular subjects.

Learn more about the latest achievements and future vision of European Schoolnet's Future Classroom lab and celebrate with us its 10th anniversary. The Forum is an opportunity for this community to reiterate and strengthen its commitment and support to the idea of the Future Classroom Lab as an inspirational learning environment that challenges experts, policy makers, and practitioners to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology, and design in the classroom.


Find out more about the 2022 edition of the Forum in the video below.