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Get ready for the new Learning Snacks after summer
Living Schools Lab will organise more Learning Snacks after the summer break. A total of six new online webinars have been scheduled for September. The webinars are open to all those interested and signing up is easy through a web form. The snacks will be a great way to kick off a new school year with new ideas!  
  • LSL schools' ICT audit 2014, 9 September 2014: Roger Blamire (Senior Manager, Policy and Practice at European Schoolnet) will present some of the key findings from surveys completed recently by principals and teachers in the Living Schools Lab project.
  • Mindcrawler - EEG controls Lego robots, 15 September 2014: Hermann Morgenbesser, from Klosterneuburg International School (Austria) will show the basics of the interaction between brain and robots using an EEG interface. A Lego robot (NXT) will be remotely present and controlled by EEG using the Internet.
  • LSL whole school recommendations, 19 and 30 September 2014: Diana Bannister, from the University of Wolverhampton (UK) will present some of the key findings from the research in the LSL project which have led to these recommendations, targeted to both school and system levels. The webinar on 30 September will have a particular focus for Head Teachers.
  • Rethinking teaching and learning with 21st Century Skills, 22 September 2014: Maria Teresa Godinho, from the Eça de Queirós secondary school in Lisbon (Portugal) will introduce some of the key concepts of 21st century skills and show some of the work developed with her students. 
  • Introducing the CPD course for school leaders, 23 September 2014: Diana Bannister, from the University of Wolverhampton (UK) will present the course developed within the Living Schools Lab project. The course on collaborative school development is targeted to school leaders, head teachers, ICT coordinators, lead teachers, etc. 
  • LSL Validation service, 10 October 2014: In order to support research projects and ICT suppliers in overcoming the challenges of working with schools, Living Schools Lab has made research on validation processes and best practices. Jim Ayre (Senior Advisor, European Schoolnet) will run this webinar, which will be linked to the publication of the Validation Manual.