In this section you find information on the iTEC results, deliverables, articles and other outcomes.
School pilot evaluation
The iTEC project is being delivered over four years (2010-2014), involving five cycles of design and testing of learning activities. Evaluation is an integral part of the cycle assessing the potential of the iTEC learning activities and identifying supporting factors and barriers. Read evaluation results here
Papers, articles and presentations
The iTEC partners have published articles on the work done and findings within the project. Some of the articles, papers and presentations are available online. Read more here
iTEC has established a set of processes to help schools and other key stakeholders in educational reform to create and deliver a viable vision for teaching and learning in the future classroom. These processes have been packaged as toolkits which can be adapted and used in reforming education – from national, policy level, to school and classroom level – taking into consideration the social, political and technical diversity across Europe.
The public deliverables are available for download here.
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Download of research data
The iTEC learning activities developed within the project are provided to teachers across Europe to run large scale school pilots in five succeeding cycles. At the end of each cycle, all participating teachers are to complete an online questionnaire and the national co-ordinators conduct approximately three case studies in each country involving lesson observation and interviews with teachers, head teachers, ICT co-ordinators and students.
The iTEC project offers the research data for the use of other researchers (both qualitative and quantitative data) under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. All information has been anonymised.
"All data" includes:
- The data in both SPSS and Excel formats
- A copy of the questionnaire(s)
- A document explaining how the data was collected and coded.
- Survey "Teachers questionnaire" (cycles 3 and 4)
- Two surveys: "Teacher Questionnaire" and "About You and Your School" (cycles 1 and 2)
Qualitative data includes:
- Teacher and student focus groups
- Lesson observations
- Teacher, head teacher and ICT co-ordinator interviews
- Country-based case studies
Download (all files as .ZIP)
By downloading the data you agree to respect the CC License.