Category: mSchools

UNESCO acknowledges mSchools as one of the best mobile learning programmes in the world

UNESCO has selected mSchools among 170 projects from over 40 countries as one of the best public-private partnership programmes worldwide in mobile learning, digital transformation and inclusion. «The fact that UNESCO has picked mSchools among so many different experiences proves that we are a solid reference programme, » says mSchools director Albert Forn. With the […]

mSchools Toolbox: learning how to integrate apps and educational experiences into the classroom

 With +1,600 teachers that actively use the platform, a +1,000 application collection and 300 evaluated classroom experiences, Toolbox has become an educational content referent in Catalonia. The online platform has turned into a space where the educational community can evaluate and share contents that foster the use of digital resources. It also intends to encourage […]

mSchools Student Awards 2018 welcome the talent of Catalan schools

On 9 June, students from throughout Catalonia gathered for one of our favourite events of the year ‒ the mSchools Student Awards ‒ a competition that honours and rewards the best technological projects created by Catalan students in three categories: App Education, Mobile History Map and Scratch Challenge. The event welcomed 118 finalist projects and […]

mSchools rewards young digital talent on its fifth anniversary

Over 550 Primary, Secondary, Higher Secondary and Vocational Training students have competed in the 3 categories (App Education, Mobile History Map and Scratch Challenge) of the mSchools Student Awards Sustainability, biodiversity, cuisine, gender equality, mathematics applied to cities, literature and sex education were the major themes of the projects created by the young developers. Barcelona, […]

Warming up for the 2018 mSchools Student Awards!

The 5th mSchools Student Awards will take place on 9 June at La Farga activity centre in L’Hospitalet. This contest acknowledges the work done by students and teachers over the academic year with prizes for the best projects in the mSchools programme and their different initiatives. The mSchools Student Awards is divided into three categories […]

Teachers learn innovative classroom methods at the mSchools workshops held at YoMo

On 27 and 28 February, mSchools took part in the second edition of YoMo Barcelona, the first youth mobile festival that combines science and design with mobile technology. More than 10,000 students and 4,000 teachers enjoyed the workshops, talks and interactive activities centred on the STEAM fields (science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics). This […]

The new Changing Education Together initiative by mSchools accompanies education centres in their digital transformation processes.

For the fourth year running, mSchools gathered school administrators and experts in the sector to debate the digital future of education during the Changing Education Together (CET) one-day seminar held within the framework of the GSMA Mobile World Congress. Under the title of “Leading Digital Transformation in Schools”, the attendees were the first to discover […]

Catalan education centres visit Brussels to learn about innovation in the classroom thanks to the mSchools Mobile Learning Awards

“The whole experience was really interesting. I met and made contacts with teachers from other countries.” That is how student teacher Nil Clusella Moya summed up his visit to Brussels, where he took a course on new teaching methods using technological resources in the classroom. Clusella was one of the winners at the 2017 edition […]

Mobile Learning Awards: teachers, school management teams and parent-teacher associations compete in educational innovation

“Submitting our project to the Mobile Learning Awards and being selected as the winners has been a fantastic experience. We are now much more visible and can share our best practices with other schools – particularly those attended by students with many difficulties and very few resources.” That is how Julio Domínguez, Director at Escola […]

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