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Up-Scaling Creative Classrooms in Europe (SCALE CCR)

 Infografía Mainstreaming ICT - enabled innovation for learning in Europe



Main Outcomes:

A mapping framework of ICT-enabled innovation for learning:

image In the context of SCALE CCR project, the term ICT-enabled innovation for learning refers to profoundly new ways ofusing and creating information and knowledge made possible by the use of ICT, dealing with both formal and informal learning in school settings and in adult education. Elaborating on existing classifications and models of innovation, we have come to adhere to a mapping framework of five components that address key perspectives that are relevant for the purpose of the SCALE CCR project.

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The Creative Classrooms concept and reference parameters:

image The CCR multi-dimensional concept (8 key dimensions and 28 reference parameters) intends to capture the essential elements of Creative Classrooms which can be seen as 'live ecosystems' that constantly evolve over the time, mainly depending on the context and the culture to which they pertain. Focus is on the innovative pedagogical practices and on the systemic approach that is needed for the sustainable implementation and progressively scaling up of ICT-enabled innovative learning environments. See more at the related journal paper and report


A set of policy recommendations for mainstreaming of systemic, ICT-enabled innovations in Education and Training (E&T)


A set of policy recommendations clustered into seven dimensions was developed during the project lifetime advocating a holistic agenda for education reform. The seven dimensions (referring to the SCALE CCR multi-dimensional concept) and the number of related recommendations are the following:

The recommendations were collected throughout the whole SCALE CCR project and were based on several consultations with educational stakeholders. See more at the JRC Scientific and Policy Report.