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...
Inquiry-Based Teaching in Life Sciences
The Inquiry-Based Teaching in Life Sciences MOOC is meant to enhance life science teachers' pedagogical competences and practices, and improve their conceptual understanding of life science to help them further establish and disseminate IBSE.The course starts on 12 March 2018. You can enrol here.
Administering School ICT infrastructure: developing your knowledge and skills (2nd edition)
This course brings ICT together administrators to hear about current practices and new developments, to learn from each other and to reflect on their work through a mix of over 20 specially commissioned video case studies produced by practitioners, live webinars with expert input, and stimulating, enjoyable and relevant activities and discussions.The course starts on 15 January 2018. You can enrol here. Please also join the Twitter conversation #ICTadminMOOC and the course Facebook group.
Online Safety (new and updated edition)
The Online Safety MOOC aims to empower primary and secondary teachers and give them a better understanding of the opportunities, risks and challenges presented to children and young people, and their parents and teachers, in the online world of the 21st century. Teachers will learn about a variety of topics such as media literacy, cyber bullying, online relationships, sexting, online hate speech and radicalisation, and will be provided with high-quality resources to address these issues.