Enhancing creativity and innovation in my classroom is the title of a course organized at the Future Classroom Lab of European Schoolnet in Brussels from 1-5 July 2019. 35 participants coming from 9 different countries have enrolled.

This blog wants to inform as well as involve anyone interested.

Meet the trainers:

Arjana Blazic is a language arts teacher, education technology adviser and e-learning designer. Currently she is working as a Teacher Trainer with the International Expert Team for Curricular Reform at the Croatian Ministry of Science and Education. Arjana holds a Master of Education from the University of Zagreb and a Course Designer Diploma from the CARNet e-Learning Academy. She is a recipient of the 2014-2015 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Award at Penn State University, where she successfully completed a one-year academic and professional development program. Arjana is author and founder of award-winning projects and online and onsite teacher training courses. She has written articles about teaching and learning with technology, teacher professional development and building teacher capacity. She has won awards in different competitions, such a Microsoft Partners in Learning, National eTwinning Prizes, Europe @School, and Edublogs. Arjana speaks at conferences, hosts teachmeets, moderates Twitter chats and leads workshops, seminars and webinars. .

Bart Verswijvel is a Belgian educator and expert trainer who works as a Pedagogical Adviser for European Schoolnet. Bart’s special interest is in whole-school approaches to the use of information and communication technology and the ways in which sustainable, growing networks of teachers are developed to enhance technology integration in teaching and learning. Bart promotes and investigates innovative teaching practices and new ways of continuous professional development for teachers. Bart is an international keynote speaker and a leader of workshops, Teachmeets and Twitterchats. He is the pedagogical lead of the Future Classroom Lab, the concept of a flexible learning space. He also coordinates the EUN network of Future Classroom ambassadors and the emerging network of Future Classrooms. For European Schoolnet Bart Verswijvel is currently active in projects like ITELab, Selma and eTwinning.

Bart Verswijvel holds a master’s degree in Germanic Philology and a post-graduate in E-learning and Digital Didactics.