How over three years, the DLaB project will explore three themes: technology outdoors, STEM to STEAM and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). All to promote digital learning across the boundaries of the physical space of classrooms, across curriculum subjects, across languages and cultures and across national boundaries.
Tina Wright, who attended the Technology Outdoors MOOC, writes on how the many activities covered within the MOOC have inspired her into new ways of looking at the outdoors
The Technology Outdoors course, launched in May 2017, was a huge success and drew a global audience of over 450 applicants from more than 30 countries across the world. This is the first of three MOOCs that explore ways to integrate technology within education.
A write-up of the experience of English Students who attended the trip to Norway in April 2017
A five-day DLaB visit to Østfold University College in Norway to create an online course on the theme of Technology Outdoors.
Recent research from the University of Northampton found that learning outdoors greatly impacts on young children’s development and can, as a result, boost their future attainment.
Twenty-six local primary school children who had a wild time exploring indoor and outdoor learning with technology.
A UK meeting saw over 50 people from nine partner organisations visit Northampton for a five-day digital PLAYDATE (People Learning and Asking ‘Y’).
How the Erasmus+ project, ‘Digital Learning across Boundaries’ (DLaB) will connect educators from partner organisations in Denmark, Norway, Belgium and England as they explore the use of technology within education.