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Overview and analysis of 1:1 learning initiatives in Europe

Anja Balanskat (), Diana Bannister (), Benjamin Hertz (), Ester Sigilló () and Riina Vuorikari
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Anja Balanskat: European Schoolnet
Diana Bannister: University of Wolverhampton
Benjamin Hertz: European Schoolnet
Ester Sigilló: European Schoolnet

No JRC81903, JRC Research Reports from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: This report presents the analysis of 31 recent 1:1 learning initiatives, which equip students of a given school, class or age group with a portable computer device. Overall, the analysed initiatives involve approximately 47,000 schools and 17,480,000 students in primary and secondary education across 19 European countries. Based on desk research (analysis report on 1:1 initiatives and a literature review), in-depth expert interviews and stakeholder consultation in an expert workshop, the implementation strategies, the financing models and the pedagogical frameworks of these initiatives are analysed. Policy options for mainstreaming 1:1 initiatives that focus on the notion of 1:1 learning rather than 1:1 devices and successfully promote technological, pedagogical and organizational innovation are also proposed, contributing to the Europe 2020 strategy to modernize Education and Training across Europe.

Keywords: 1:1 learning; 1:1 computing; Innovation & Creativity in Education and Training; Europe 2020 Strategy; Digital competency; Learning; ICT-enabled innovation for learning (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I20 I21 I28 I29 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 168 pages
Date: 2013-05
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