Hi and welcome to the European Schoolnet Academy.
The Academy is a platform where you can learn about innovation in the school and classroom through online professional development courses for teachers in primary and secondary schools.
The courses offered on this platform are completely free of charge. They will offer you an introduction to key concepts and ideas that are relevant to developing your practice and will provide you with the opportunity to discuss these ideas and share your experiences with your peers. We hope that by attending these courses and by engaging with your peers you will feel empowered and inspired to try out something new in your practice.
The Academy is very much an experiment and we rely on your participation and feedback to make this project a success. So please use this opportunity, learn and connect with your peers and let us know what you think.
We look forward to seeing you on one of the courses! Happy learning...
"Yes I can" – Empowering Student Learning
This course aims to enable teachers to support their students to better connect learning taking place in formal, non-formal and informal learning contexts. During the course, teachers will learn how to use personalized and collaborative learning as teaching approaches to empower their students in their learning.
This course is now open for registration. You can enrol by clicking the "Enrol in this course" button on the course landing page.
Europeana in your classroom: building 21st-century competences with digital cultural heritage
The Europeana in your classroom: building 21st-century competences with digital cultural heritage MOOC is meant to enhance teachers' cultural and digital competence and practices, improving their understanding of cultural heritage in order to more efficiently integrate it into their lessons and practices, regardless of the subject they usually teach.
The course starts on 30 April 2018. You can enrol here.
Opening Minds to STEM Careers (Rerun)
Demand for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) professionals and associated professionals is expected to grow by around eight percent between now and 2025. This means that Europe needs more young people to pursue STEM subjects and careers to become part of a much needed qualified workforce in the coming years. In the Opening Minds to STEM Careers MOOC, we will explore different ideas and we will introduce a number of tools to help you be an active actor in STEM career guidance processes.The course starts on 16 April 2018. You can enrol here. Please also join the Twitter conversation #STEMcareersMOOC and the course Facebook group.