TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion

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Objectives

  • To develop and validate pedagogical arrangements wherein tablets are used for classroom differentiation and inclusion purposes
  • To explore and analyse tablet-usage for classroom differentiation and inclusion in primary and secondary schools in Europe
  • To strengthen in-service teachers (practitioners), pre-service teachers (future teachers) and teacher-trainers in using the tablets effectively in European classroom settings
  • To initiate international cooperation between experienced teachers and schools while sharing experiences and innovative approaches

Activities

  • Developing design-principles, design-templates and evaluation-criteria for the TABLIO Toolkit
  • Moderating Focus Groups with other experts in each partner country
  • Developing and validating new and innovative pedagogical digital classroom arrangements through Teacher Design Teams (TDTs)
  • Delivery of one international and several national bootcamps

Results

  • TABLIO Toolkit (design-principles, design-templates, evaluation-criteria and good practices)
  • TABLIO Best Practices – Collection, description and analysis
  • TABLIO Bootcamp International and national ones in all participating countries: Participants explore existing practices and analyse them by means of the design-principles and evaluation criteria

Partners

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/09/2016 – 28/02/2019

DG of reference

DG EAC, National Agency (Belgium), Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for School

Categories

Unit

School

Info & contacts

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E-mail

chiara.venturella@cesie.org

Visit the website

http://tablio.eu/
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