MAPLE – Measuring Achievement and Progress of Pupils in Europe 2015-2017
Erasmus+ 2015: 2015-1-UK01-KA201-013582
The MAPLE project adapts and expands at EU level a UK-based model for baseline testing of IT competences in schools for children aged 10-16. By establishing a baseline and monitoring the progress, we help teachers and school managers plan their work and measure the effectiveness of their teaching methods. MAPLE is a tool which allows testing of pupils at any competence level, regardless of how their knowledge and skills were acquired, and records the results in a massive database, allowing various comparisons while preserving individual and school results’ confidentiality.
NTCenter’s partners in this project are organisations from United Kingdom, Netherlands, Spain, Czech Republic and Slovenia.