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Action 68 in Sweden flag Sweden

Member States to mainstream eLearning in national policies

Indicator Status Evidence
Is e-learning present in national programmes and action plans? Yes In the national strategy, ICT for everyone, a Digital Agenda for Sweden. http://www.sweden.gov.se/sb/d/2025/a/181914
Is e-learning present in national curricula? Yes SKOLFS 2010:261 Curriculum for the compulsory school, preschool class and the leisure-time center 2011: http://www.skolverket.se/2.3894/publicerat/2.5006?_xurl_=http%3A%2F%2Fwww4.skolverket.se%3A8080%2Fwtpub%2Fws%2Fskolbok%2Fwpubext%2Ftrycksak%2FRecord%3Fk%3D2687 For Upper secondary school: 1. Regulation (SKOLFS 2011:144) on the curriculum for the Upper secondary school 2. Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:14) on the qualification objectives for national programmes in Upper secondary 3. Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:261) on syllabi for Upper secondary school
Are there training initiatives (for teachers, enterprises) using eLearning tools on the national level? Yes The Swedish National Agency for Education offers training in ict for teachers: http://www.pim.skolverket.se/xp/ http://www.multimedia.skolverket.se/ “Lärarlyftet” – further training for teachers.
Are there dissemination initiatives for awareness raising in place? Yes The Swedish National Agency for Education has a current assignment to promote the development and use of information and communication technology (ICT) in preschools and schools.
Are there national projects on creative classrooms and creative learning environments in place? No

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External contribution

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