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CCL literature review updated

The updated CCL literature review (v.2- April 2015) takes into account new evidence published...

Second round of CCL pilots: 2nd Peer Exchange workshop

  Update on trends in education, exchange and creating own outputs The second CCL Peer...

Observation visits report and case studies available!

The "Exploring the creative use of tablets in schools" report summarising the findings...

CCL final webinar: recording and presentations

The main results of the CCL project were presented in a webinar on 4 June. The webinar recording is...

Interview with policy-makers: lessons learned from the CCL project

The CCL project partners share their views on the project's lessons learned.

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Developing learning stories for creative tablet pilots

One of the corner stones of the Creative Classrooms Lab project are the pedagogical scenarios that the teachers will implement within their class. In preparation for the pilots, the scenario development started during the 1st policy makers workshop (21 May 2013) and continued in the Scenario Development workshop involving the project partners and national lead teachers.

The participants of the workshop exchanged views and ideas on the meaning of two terms central to the project: creativity and innovation. The teachers assessed how innovative the ICT use of their school already was, using the innovation maturity model developed in the iTEC project.

In the afternoon session, the participants worked to develop learning stories on the basis of the four policy scenarios on the topics Content creation, Flipped Classroom, Collaboration and Personalisation. The policy makers who had participated in the outlining of the original scenario worked with the lead teacher from their country. The goal was to develop more concrete ideas on activities for the classroom on these four topics. 

The learning stories will be finalised over the summer and implemented by the 45 pilot teachers in their classrooms from November on. As an official kick-off for all the teachers in the project, there will be an introductory webinar held on 25 June.

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