iTEC is about designing the future classroom. The project brings together teachers, policymakers, pedagogical experts - representatives from each stage of the educational process - to introduce innovative teaching practices.
Pupils in Florence, Italy, use iTEC learning activities to learn about other countries and cultures.
Pupils in BG Klosterneuburg International School, Austria, learn about the law of resistance in science class using iTEC learning activities.
Pupils in Odda ungdomsskole, Norway, learn the principles of trigonometry outdoors using iTEC learning activities.
Pupils at UPS Haluk Ündeğer secondary school, Istanbul, Turkey, use the iTEC learning activity 'Observe and design' to redesign the buildings at their school.
Pupils at Collège de Sèvres, France, use blogging tools and new media platforms to learn English.
Lord Puttnam, Chancellor of The Open University and award-winning filmmaker, addresses the EMINENT conference in Genoa, Italy, on the future of the education process and bringing innovative education projects to scale.
The iTEC project is based on three closely-related, but distinct concepts: Learning Scenarios, Learning Activities, Learning Stories.
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