Exhibition space

School Contributions

Kaunas Simonas Daukantas Progymnasium

3rd Upper High School of Nea filadefeia "Miltos Kountouras"


Moustaki school, Greece, R4C project

KOS Primary School, Greece, R4C project


Public school n33, Kutaisi, Georgia, goes digital

School : Osnovna šola Bistrica pri Tržiču, Slovenija – SELFIE tool experience

Public School of Georgia No 130, “the school of the future” project

SELFIE supports student and staff collaboration to develop online learning and active learning at Casteltroy college, Ireland

Colegiul Economic FSNITTI Timisoara – Education Unites Us

Muckross Park college, Dublin 6, Ireland

MOOCS and other resources

Diseña el Plan Digital de tu centro

Date: 25 October 2021

This MOOC, in addition to offering participants the opportunity to learn about the JRC’s European Framework for Digitally Competent Educational Organisations and how to use it in the process of school improvement, presents the updated self-reflection tool SELFIE, specifically designed to help schools to integrate digital technologies into teaching, learning and student assessment. It highlights what works in a school, where improvement is needed and what the priorities should be. More information here.

Empowering your school’s digital capacity: from reflection to innovation action plans

Date: from 1 November to 28 November 2021

This course is an online training proposal by the SELFIE HelperR & Pedagogical Innovation Assistant (SHERPA) Erasmus+ project with which you will get a clearer picture of how the learning community sees and feels about digital education in your school: how its members see to what extent digital technologies are embedded in your school’s educational context and how they feel about their competence and capacity to contribute. More information here.

School Education Gateway MOOC:
Building a School Digital Strategy with the SELFIE tool

Dates: 25 October / 1 December 2021

The course will help you to take a snapshot of your school’s current use of digital technologies and set out a path for improvement, thereby setting the foundation for a school digital strategy. The course shows participants how to use the SELFIE tool in their school and how to develop a more comprehensive strategy based on the results offered by the tool. School staff holding a transversal or leadership role is particularly encouraged to enrol.

Watch the classroom based video! More information here.

SELFIE Pedagogical Innovation Assistant Toolkit (SELFIE PTK)

SELFIE PTK (SELFIE Pedagogical Innovation Assistant Toolkit) is a comprehensive package assisting schools to develop a SELFIE-based action plan for effective digital age learning. SELFIE PTK provides step-by-step guidelines for reviewing SELFIE results and setting priorities and goals, developing a SELFIE-based action plan, implementing and evaluating that plan. More information here.


Other related projects

Digital School Awards

The Digital Schools Awards European pilot programme is focused on strengthening the professional profile of teachers by developing resources and learning experiences that are relevant and focused on enhancing digital education practices.

Schools and teachers who participate in the programme will have their practices acknowledged and will join a growing community of digital schools in Europe.

More information here.


Date: from 1 November to 28 November 2021

SHERPA is a two-year Erasmus+ project with a mission to strengthen the adoption and systematic use of SELFIE across Europe. SELFIE is the European Commission’s free, customisable self-evaluation tool helping schools to better understand their progress on digitally-enabled teaching and learning. SHERPA will provide schools with vitally-needed scaffolding for on-boarding SELFIE and will help them gain full benefits from their SELFIE report in terms of both strategy and practices.

More information here.


R4C is aiming at proposing an advanced support framework, as well as a set of core policy recommendations to schools seeking to introduce a type of holistic change that will ensure a meaningful uptake of sustainable innovation, with an emphasis on achieving improved learning outcomes as set by the Europe 2020 strategy. R4C highlights the potential of the SELFIE tool to act as a starting point by interconnecting ICT-based innovation with school openness for the development of an integrated plan to innovation.

Find out more here.


The DIGI-HE project explores different ways higher education institutions can boost their strategic approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching and enhance their capacity.

The goal is to encourage and support a reflection on institutional strategy development and enhancement, through good practice sharing and peer learning among university leadership, and to contribute to community building. The coincidence of the Covid-19 crisis has made these activities even more pertinent and urgent. 

Find out more here.

MenSI Project

The introduction of innovative ICT-based pedagogical methods and practices in EU schools will improve teaching and education in general. The EU-funded MenSI project will engage 120 EU schools in Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, Italy, Hungary and Portugal to promote whole-school digital innovation. The project responds to the general trend of mainstreaming ICT and the specific needs of small and rural schools, socially disadvantaged students and personalised learning. MenSI will investigate and assess mentoring theories and practices, build communities of practice based on four digitally advanced schools in every country, support and train pioneering schools in whole-school mentoring, and promote the networks through the Mentoring Policy Exchange platform and a Whole School Mentoring Massive Open Online Course.

Find out more here.

Initiatives that can help schools to implement their digital action plan


Scientix promotes and supports a Europe-wide collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals.

If you need more information, contact either the Scientix National Contact Point in your country or the Scientix central office at European Schoolnet.


EU Code Week is a grass-roots movement that celebrates creativity, problem solving and collaboration through programming and other tech activities. The idea is to make programming more visible, to show young, adults and elderly how you bring ideas to life with code, to demystify these skills and bring motivated people together to learn.

In 2021 EU Code Week will take place between 9 and 24 October.

More information here.


eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe. eTwinning is co-funded by the Erasmus+, the European programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport.

More information here.