CNL logoIn the frame of the Creating New Learning initiative, the ETF has opened in June 2022 a call to collect practices in the area of innovative teaching and learning, with the aim to identify and valorise teaching practices that support new learning dynamics and that can serve as inspiration for teachers, trainers and policy-makers in the EU neighborhood and beyond. 

The call raised a lot of interest: we received 750 complete submissions from 62 countries all over the world.

The practices deal with a number of topics, covering different themes related to innovative approaches and methodologies in education, such as gamification, safety, social inclusion, students engagement, critical and design thinking, digital technologies and more. 

The submitted practices have been evaluated by an international jury, and 10 finalists have been invited to the ETF New Learning Event organized in Torino on 28-29 November 2022. 

During the event, three winners and two special mentions have been selected and awarded the ETF New Learning Award 2022.

🏆 Theater to strengthen ICT learning, Hédia Mhiri Sellami, Tunisia

🏆 Escape Room, Katerina Veljković, Serbia

🏆 STEM Stands Together, Selçuk Yusuf Arslan, Turkey


🎯 All the eligible practices will be included in the ETF innovative teaching &learning database.

🎯 All the eligible practices will be awarded an ETF Open Badge and will be displayed through the ETF Community of Innovative Educators.