Building on the previous Eurydice publications on information and communication technologies in schools in Europe, this report focuses on the evolution of ICT use in education and the changes it has brought about in national policies and practices concerning teaching methods, contents and evaluation processes. It examines the EU key competences as well as the promotion of transversal skills and the role of ICT in this process. It also sheds light on the strategies used in countries to train and support teachers in the use of ICT.
The 2011 edition provides a set of indicators and insights which can be used to strengthen the impact of ICT use to promote innovation in educational processes and to foster the creative development of students and their digital competences. The latter is one of the priority areas of the EU's Education and Training 2020 strategy.
Fuente: [elearning europa info]