Schools are the end-users of learning technologies and thus participate in the co-development of future innovations, gain competences in learning technology and provide feedback to procurers on the developed innovations. LEA School Labs co-design future learn tech innovations with students and teachers.
Benefits for schools in the LEA project
- Increased digital competence and a strengthened EU STEM / PLE profile.
- Democratic processes include schools as co-developers of future technologies which cater to their needs.
- Direct meetings in the classrooms between young EU citizens and the innovative industry.
- Direct dialogue with the market which develops digital tools for education.
This is your chance to meet the LEA experts in Brussels during the European Week of Regions and Cities. Meet LEA onsite on the 9th of October 2018! For the entire day, LEA will be present and available for you. Ellinor Wallin (LEA partner organisation EU Projektkunsult) will speak about Pre-Commercial Procurement: challenges faced by regions and cities.
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Learntech Accelerator Webinar series in Autumn 2018 LEA Webinars talk about innovation procurement in the learning technology field. In these webinars you will learn about innovation procurement instruments such as PCP, PPI, innovation partnerships, what is currently available in the learning technology market 2018 and how to apply for additional funding. In each webinar, Innovation
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If a school wants to be defined as being innovative, it has to be equipped with flexible, tailored and child-friendly spaces. This is an insight gained in the workshop “Spazi innovativi per l’apprendimento” Innovative spaces for learning that involved 24 designers developing new and innovative concepts for classrooms, canteens and courtyards in four schools in Turin, Italy,
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The LEA project group got together in Halmstad for a consortium meeting and a capacity building seminar. The LEA project coordinator, Kati Clements, went to the ACCESS4ALL international conference in Bucharest, Romania, to present the LEA project, talk about LEA key issues to conference participants, including LEA target groups (procurers and schools) and to find
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The LEA project group got together in Halmstad for a consortium meeting and a capacity building seminar. On June 18 and 19, all LEA partners met in Halmstad, Sweden, for a fruitful two-day event consisting of the project’s second consortium meeting and a capacity building seminar in which the participating organisations expanded their knowledge on
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LEA interacts at Swedish (Nordic) EDTECH industry market event On the 22 of May, the Swedish EDTECH industry and Jannie Jeppeson arranged a dynamic event during the Gothenburg Tech Week to unleash the potential of EDTECH, inviting speakers such as the following: Senior researcher Carl Heath from RISE. He talked about the challenge of fast
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LEA at ITK 2018 The Interactive technology in education conference (ITK) is a yearly event that takes place in Finland. It is a meeting point for learning technology professionals, schools, suppliers and other interested people who work in the Finnish educational sector. This year, the ITK took place from 11 to 13 April and was
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