Developing Computational Thinking in Compulsory Education - Implications for policy and practice

23/12/2016

This report on Computational Thinking (CT) aims to provide a comprehensive overview and analysis of recent research findings and grassroots and policy initiatives for developing CT as a competence for the 21st century among schoolchildren, and also to highlight the implications for policy and practice.

Monitoring eTwinning Practice – A pilot project guiding teachers’ competence development

21/12/2016

The 2016 eTwinning Monitoring report presents the results of the pilot programme tracking the impact of eTwinning projects on teachers’ practice and competence development!

RRI in practice for schools (Handbook for teachers)

15/12/2016

This handbook for teachers has been created with the main aim of accommodating Research and Innovation (R&I) practices in schools, and particularly in the teaching of STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).

The e-Skills Manifesto 2016

06/12/2016

European Schoolnet and DIGITALEUROPE launched the fifth and final edition of the e-Skills Manifesto as part of the eSkills for Jobs 2016 campaign.

ICT in STEM Education - Impacts and Challenges: Setting the scene

24/11/2016

A STEM Alliance Literature Review on the impact of ICT in education.

Go-Lab introductory brochure

30/10/2016

An introductory brochure to the Go-Lab project, global online science labs inquiry learning at school for teachers, headteachers, and policy-makers.

Growing Digital Citizens - Developing active citizenship through eTwinning

26/10/2016

What is a 'digital citizen'? How involvement in eTwinning has helped participants, be they teachers or students, develop this sense of who they are in this digital world? eTwinning publication ‘Growing Digital Citizens’ is highlighting the impact of eTwinning projects on developing active citizenship.

Go-Lab: Integrated validation and evaluation report and recommendations – complete version

26/10/2016

The main aims of this deliverable are to provide a full analysis of the evaluation data that has been collected in the course of project’s final implementation year along with a set of recommendations targeting Go-Lab’s main audiences, i.e. teachers and schools.

Better Internet for Kids - 2015-16 in review

01/09/2016

This review provides an overview of the BIK project and describes some of the highlights of its last 18 months (from January 2015 – June 2016).

ENABLE resource pack for students, teachers, parents and campaigners

22/04/2016

ENABLE has recently published resources to provide school staff with the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to establish and lead an effective student Peer Support scheme in their schools as well as to help develop their students' social-emotional skills.

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