Welcome to SELFIE PTK

SELFIE Pedagogical Innovation Assistant Toolkit (SELFIE PTK)

SELFIE PTK is a comprehensive package assisting schools to develop a SELFIE-based action plan for effective digital age learning. SELFIE PTK provides step-by-step guidelines for reviewing SELFIE results and setting priorities and goals, developing a SELFIE-based action plan, implementing and evaluating that plan.

A video sneak peek of the SELFIE PTK​

From schools’ self-evaluation of their digital capacity to producing and implementing a SELFIE-based Action Plan.

“Using SELFIE, schools receive a rich pool of data. What they need is help in interpreting and using their SELFIE results to formulate concrete actions for strengthening their digital capacity. This is a job for the SELFIE Pedagogical Innovation Toolkit, or more simply SELFIE PTK!!!”


Besides this web-based environment, SELFIE PTK is also available for schools to download in a pdf format with link to resources (button “Download Guide”). You can also download both the guidelines and all the supporting material (button “Download Toolkit”).


Brochure with key elements of SELFIE PTK for dissemination purposes.

Pilot implementation

SELFIE PTK is to be formally piloted by each of the SHERPA partners in their respective countries: Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Greece and Italy. Schools involved in this testing phase, to be run between November and December 2021, will be using specifically localised versions of SELFIE PTK adapted to their context. 

From Reflection To Innovation -

To help schools further their digital capacity with SELFIE, the SHERPA project is developing a MOOC (Massively Open Online Course) called “Empowering your school´s digital capacity: from reflection to innovation action plans”.

SHERPA Partners

The SELFIE PTK has been produced by the Cyprus Pedagogical Institute (CPI) and the Italian Research Council’s Institute for Education Technology (CNR-ITD) as part of SHERPA – SELFIE HElpeR & Pedagogical innovation Assistant (Erasmus+ Project Card)

International Hellenic University, AETMA LAB (Greece)

Project Coordinator

Cyprus Pedagogical Institute


National Research Council Of Italy – Institute For Educational Technology (Italy)​


Tallinn University – Centre for Educational Technology (Estonia)


Finnish Institute For Educational Research – University Of Jyväskylä (Finland)


Open Technologies Alliance - GFOSS

Affiliated Entity of AETMA LAB

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