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Supporting Schools with the ICT Challenge

SUPPORTING SCHOOLS WITH OTHE ICT D CHALLENGE Across Europe, we are seeing an increase in the adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools. ICT-based educational learning is increasing! 95% 71% 96% 75% 95% The % of schools with broadband in Europe 71% has risen school 2006 2011-12 2006 2011-12 2006 2011-12 GRADE 4 GRADE 8 GRADE 11 (16-17 years old) (9-10 years old) (13-14 years old) Emerging technologies in the classroom include: MOOCS Virtual Learning Mobile Apps for Learning Analytics Game-based Massively Open Online Courses Environments Education Learning What are the challenges that teachers face? Adoption of technology brings with it a whole new range of eSafety challenges. Here are just a few: Illegal or ! Online Cyberbullying Password offensive online privacy Protection material C) Copyright/ plagiarism Data protection Online behaviour and security and reputation Are teachers confident in dealing with these issues? 6 oUT OF 10 TEACHERS 4141411111 have not received training for ICT use in the classroom. A bright outlook • in the EU would like to have 70% OF TEACHERS professional development of their ICT skills How can the eSafety Label support your school? What is the eSafety Label? • Free tool to help keep up with ICT integration in the classroom • European-wide eSafety accreditation and support service • Equipping schools with resources to develop eSafety confidence Certified Through a few simple steps Complete an eSafety Label Self-Assessment Questionnaire 1 The questionnaire is an easy way for schools to evaluate how they are addressing eSafety infrastructure, policies and practices based on international standards. 2 Receive an Action Plan A practical guide to develop your level of eSafety practice further. Gain Accreditation for your school 3 Accreditation as a Bronze, Silver or Gold 'eSafety Label Certified' school. Benefits for your school Cortified Benchmark against Access an ever-growing Exchange best practices Share your accreditation schools in your country set of resources and with other schools and status with parents and and across Europe tools: eSafety advice experts on a range of the local community and guidance, fact eSafety issues sheets, checklists and templates To find out more visit Who is involved in the Label? The eSafety Label is a multi-stakeholder project supported by a number of leading companies including Liberty Global, Microsoft, Telefonica, European Education Ministries from Belgium-Flan- ders, Cyprus, Greece and Portugal, and European Schoolnet and its National eSafety centres. Microsoft Telefonica LIBERTY GLOBAL European Schoolnet direção-geral seducação • Survey of Schools: ICT in Education - - pg 130 Sources • Emerging Educational technologies - • Opening up education: Innovative teaching and leaming for all through new Technologies and Open Educational Resources- Safety eSatety

Supporting Schools with the ICT Challenge

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Across Europe, there is an increase in the adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools which has led to a whole new range of eSafety challenges for teachers. The eSafety Labe...


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