Here in the sCoolEDU Support Community, all of our content is free to access. We strongly believe in sharing knowledge and expertise. However, if you want to take your participation in the learning community a step further, you can become a full member of the community.
This will give you a large advantage, allowing you to co-create knowledge and content with us. You can now do more than just reading along and replying: you can add wiki items to i.e. Safe & Net, create forum topics, share your best practices on the blog and join a designated Learning Lab.
Sharing Best Practices:
Have you tried out a new Media Literacy initiative? Or are your pupils naturals with powerpoint? Do you support your lessons with digital tools and interactivity? Lets us know and show us how you did it. This way, everyone can learn from it.
All educators, parents and children have ideas. Often great ones. But these ideas will not flourish if they stay in the mind of one person. That's why we ask you all to share your ideas with each other and brainstorm together towards innovation. Chances are, you will find likeminded souls to make your idea become reality.
Looking for tips on how to use digital means in your lessons? Or are you wondering if there are teachers from your local area interested in grouping up? There are no bad or wrong questions in this section. Remember: answering questions is a strong learning experience. So by helping others, you're also helping yourself.
But of course we don't stop there. You are most welcome to interact, co-create and comment throughout the entire sCoolEDU Support Community, such as in the Tutorials section or in the Safe & Net Wiki's.
By helping us improve our content and creating new items, you can earn points and badges, becoming a true sCool-Star. Learning becomes a fun game and before you know it, you'll be on top of the rankings.