Four CCL approaches - A new brochure available
24 March 2015 16:58
In the Creative Classroom Lab project, policy-makers and teachers developed scenarios for the use of tablets in schools. The scenarios are visions for the future classroom that address trends and challenges facing schools. Learning stories are sets of concrete classroom activities. Both were developed using the Scenario Development Toolkit developed in the earlier iTEC project.
The brochure provides an introduction into the four main teaching and learning approaches underpinning the seven learning stories developed and piloted by 45 teachers from 8 countries:
- Content Creation
- Flipped Classroom
- Personalised learning
Download the brochure here (PDF)
The other results of the project include
- Scenarios and learning stories developed during the project.
- Video case studies illustrate the implemented learning activities and were produced by CCL partners and teachers.
- The insights gained from the CCL project have been integrated into an online course (MOOC) in the European Schoolnet Academy in April 2015. The course includes modules on how tablets can support new learning approaches such as content creation, collaborative learning, personalised learning and the flipped classroom
- The final report from observation and documentation of practice includes case studies, practical examples of scenarios and recommendations for education ministries and schools moving forward with tablet implementations and the use of 1:1 technologies. To be available on the CCL website.