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iTEC scenarios are short narrative descriptions of preferable learning contexts which are set within a model learning environment.
The intention is to both inspire teachers and provide them with the tools and training to carry out new practices which facilitate more engaging classrooms.
The scenarios take account of the different elements within the learning environment such as the resources, tools and services they use, the interactions they have, the tasks they encounter and the aims of their activities. Read more >>
Summary of Teachers' Survey
iTEC teachers’ survey and students’ Power League activity:
As part of the iTEC process developing technology-based scenarios of future classrooms through a collaborative process, two tools were developed to gather information from teachers and students that could contribute to developing scenarios.
A survey was distributed to teachers that enquired about their attitudes and perceptions of the use of technology in classrooms, and an online voting activity was used with students to learn about their preferences for the future classroom. More than 1,200 teachers across Europe completed the survey and the online activity gathered more than 284,000 votes.
This report describes the development and distribution of these two tools, outlines the results and findings from both, and offers recommendations for the iTEC project based on these findings.