On 8 May 2019, Howest student Tibo Desoete and international coordinator Frederik De Laere presented the DLAB project in the Future Classroom Lab in Brussels, on an eTwinning event for teacher trainers. They gave an overview of the project, showed a lot of materials that have been developed and talked about the way of planning [...]
A reflection on a jam-packed week, with lecturers, teachers and students from Denmark, Norway and Belgium, all gathered together to plan the 2019 online course looking at ‘what if the sea level rises?’, exploring language and culture in a future setting
Kyungpook National University in South Korea visit Howest in Belgium to learn about the DLAB project
A delegation of the Kyungpook National University in South Korea visited Howest in Belgium to learn more about the DLAB project.
The DLaB Erasmus+ project held its second international day of this academic year, based on exploring language and communication within the sustainable cities of the future theme. Classes at Northampton International Academy and Castle Primary worked with partner classes in Norway, Denmark and Belgium to think about the questions, 'What if we lost our language?' [...]
DLAB was recently voted one of the best eTwinning projects in Denmark in 2018
Anders Petersen at Læreruddannelsen Aalborg, Denmark writes about his experience at the The Big Bang Conference
On the first DLAB CLIL project day, pupils built sustainable houses starting from the question ‘How can we survive on water?’.
A MESH Guide looking at how technology can facilitate high quality social learning in online and blended environments within teacher education.
An online seminar on Collaboration and Communication in eTwinning Projects based on work from the Digital Learning across Boundaries Erasmus+ project
The Digital Learning across Boundaries Erasmus+ project held its first International Day of this year on the theme of sustainable cities and language learning.