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iTEC FINAL VIDEOS
iTEC PROJECT SUMMARY
In iTEC (Innovative Technologies for Engaging Classrooms, 2010-2014), European Schoolnet worked with education ministries, technology providers and research organisations to transform the way that technology is used in schools.
One of the teachers in the iTEC project, Kerry Shoebridge, a physical education teacher at Shireland Collegiate Academy, UK, tells how she started to apply technology in her lessons using the iTEC resources. Read her interview and many more in the Future Classroom Lab Magazine
Warren Barkley, the Chief Technology Officer for SMART Technologies, talks in this interview on technology in schools, speed of change, collaborative and other skills needed in future jobs, and scaling up the the best pedagogical practice across schools.
The head master of the Odda secondary school in Norway, Sven Olaf Brekke, tells how his schools and teachers got involved in the iTEC project and how it has impacted the whole school spirit. Read his interview and many more in the Future Classroom Lab Magazine
Martin Sillaots from Tallinn University and Sergio G. Cabezas from the Autonomous University of Madrid tell how they have applied the tools and concepts developed within the iTEC project in teacher training.
Hermann Morgenbesser is the Austrian National Coordinator in the iTEC project and he has participated in the development of some of the most innovative teaching scenarios in the project. Read his interview and many more in the Future Classroom Lab Magazine
The pupils in Istituto Comprensivo di Cadeo in Italy used iTEC's 'Tell a Story' Learning Activity to create video biographies of famous personalities.
Teachers and pupils from Ashmole Academy, London, speak about how the school is working with the iTEC project to develop innovative teaching practices. Ashmole Academy first got involved with the project through Promethean, an iTEC partner.