The project addressed important topics of inclusion and equity as well as ICT, new technologies and digital competences. It also focused on new innovative curricula and educational methods.
The activities involved around 450 educators and teachers in 50 schools. A hundred stakeholders also participated in the project.
The project primarily emphasized ICT, but its multidisciplinary approach, key competence development, and the potential to connect formal, non-formal, and informal learning as project outcomes enhanced inclusion, participation, and cooperation.
By individualizing learning, schools and teachers are enabled to create innovative and tailored learning spaces, adapted to each pupil while making the most of available resources. The project's output is not limited to a particular subject or grade but can benefit any learner throughout their educational journey.
By involving teachers in the project, EMPOWER2LEARN was able to provide tailored content and training for teachers, thus enhancing their skills and competences.
Impact and output
New practices and creative methods of teaching with personalized learning will certainly contribute to the development of ICT across a range of curriculum areas.
- Project locations
- Project category
- Primary education
- Project year
Utbildningskontoret, Norrköpings kommun
Education Development Trust
- United Kingdom
Stichting Hogeschool van Arnhem Ennijmegen Han