SELFIE involves students, teachers and school leaders in a collective reflection on technology use. Its results can highlight issues including:
- in what areas is technology used effectively and where can the school improve?
- does the school have a vision for how it wants to use technology and, if so, do staff and students know what it is?
- what kind of training do teachers find most beneficial?
- where should funding be allocated?
SELFIE can help a school make informed decisions by reviewing and continuously improving how digital technologies are used for teaching, learning and assessment.
- available in 30+ languages
- easy to set up and answer questions
- private - no personal data is collected
- designed and tested with schools across Europe
What schools say
"It is a great opportunity for us, and it is very important that our viewpoints are valued. We are the key people for building, step-by-step, a better use of technologies for learning."
"We have clearer goals now and we are working to address the different viewpoints that we saw through the SELFIE school report".
"Students feel ownership of the decisions we've taken on digital technologies as they gave input and joined discussions on the results."
"SELFIE made consensus easier because it prompted us to have detailed discussions about digital learning."
"I think SELFIE is a very important tool as it invites the school communities to start a discussion on how they can improve the use of technologies. In this process it is very important to also hear the viewpoints of students. Because someone can think that they use technologies effectively in a school, but maybe students have a totally different opinion."