Unlocking the Power of AI is a new EU Code Week MOOC that aims to provide teachers with a basic understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its potentials and challenges in education. Through the four modules of the MOOC, we will examine AI resources, tools and technologies that can be safely implemented in your daily teaching practice to enhance teaching and learning. We will explore the use of educational data and how it interacts with teaching and learning. We will reflect on ethical implications of AI’s use in the classroom. At the end of the course, the participants will prepare their own AI-related learning activity, ready to be put into practice. This MOOC will be organized around the concept of blended learning with onsite study-groups working alongside the online course.
Join us and unlock the power of AI together with peers from the EU Code Week community and beyond. Engage in meaningful discussions about the benefits, potentials and risks of the use of AI in the classroom and experiment with new AI tools and resources.
You can follow the course at your own pace. We will open one module at the beginning of each week, but there are only a few deadlines you need to pay attention to (those for the quizzes and/or the peer-review activity).
Europeana is one of European Schoolnet’s projects promoting the crucial role of cultural heritage in education. Indeed Europeana is Europe’s digital platform for cultural heritage, providing free online access to over 58 million digitised items drawn from Europe’s museums, archives, libraries and galleries.
Over the past five years, Europeana encouraged the innovative integration of digital cultural heritage in education. The material composing the Teaching with Europeana handbook is the result of teachers’ diligence, commitment and creativity in highlighting the importance of cultural heritage in their teaching. The handbook is available in 7 languages and includes the work of 7 Maltese teachers.
In January of 2020, a group of educators from St. Nicholas College participated in a workshop at European Schoolnet, Brussels, in connection with our Erasmus Project Leadership for Change (L2C). In the video below, you can see our educators’ work and contributions. For more information about our project, please visit our project site on: http://l2c.eun.org/.
Camilleri, Suzanne: St Nicholas College Rabat Middle School, Malta
Cohen, Ana: Agrupamento de Escolas de Alcanena, Portugal
Due to the efforts to limit the Covid-19 outbreak, teachers (and the school world in general) are facing unprecedented challenges to keep education ongoing. We’d like you to know that the European Schoolnet Academy has your back and remains fully operational, ready to support you! Continue reading →
St. Nicholas College is currently engaged in the Erasmus + project, Leadership for Change (L2C). This project aims to help schools move away from the traditional vertical leadership model, which proclaims the primacy of the head of school, and to move towards shared leadership, fostering a new culture in schools in which teachers, students and potentially parents willingly take responsibility for leadership in the school community. More information about L2C can be found on the official project website: http://l2c.eun.org/home.
Reference to Letter Circular DDLTS 11/2019 – Take a SELFIE, all schools (including schools that did not reply to the referred Letter Circular) are now being encouraged to register and to actively participate in SELFIE. Continue reading →