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Selection of the Creative Classrooms Lab pilot teachers almost completed

The selection of the schools and teachers who will be implementing the pedagogical scenarios for tablets in the next school year has been almost completed. In total 45 teachers from 9 countries will experiment with their students with the use of tablets supported by the innovative scenarios developed by the Creative Classrooms Lab project.

Most of the selected teachers work at secondary schools, but some work at primary schools. While the majority of the teachers already have several years of experience with 1:1, some also just started to use 1:1 pedagogy with their classes. More importantly, all the students they teach have already tablet computers allowing for 1:1 computing (a device for every student) or will receive tablets before the start of the first pilot. The majority teaches science subjects and mathematics, but there are also some language, arts and sports teachers taking part. Most of their students are between 10 and 18 years old.

Each country has also a dedicated lead teacher, who will take part in the scenario development and will support the other teachers in the implementation of the pilot and encourage them to develop and share learning activities based on the pedagogical scenarios. The selected lead teachers took part already in the first scenario development workshop together with the project partners in Brussels on 6-7 June 2013.