Abstract: Currently, it has been implemented and tested, in ten Portuguese schools grouping, a new model of technologies’ integration in education: the EduLab model. This model seeks to promote the development of digital literacy, knowledge and competencies of teachers and students involved in it by creating classrooms equipped by educational and technological resources. In addition, the EduLab model predicts teachers’ training and pedagogical accompaniment, seeking to encourage the adoption of innovative teaching practices, using the technologies that will lead to an improvement of the educational process. This study intends to assess the impact of the EduLab model on improving students’ learning ability in the School Grouping of Gafanha da Nazaré (Aveiro, Portugal), one of the groups of schools that integrate this pilot project. To this goal, it was used the survey technique and were applied two questionnaires: one for students of the second, fifth and eighth grades and another for teachers involved in the project. The majority of students in the second and fifth grades refers that they enjoy using these technologies having a positive impact on their learning. The students of the eighth grade are not so confident and, mostly, do not recognize that technologies provide them a better learning. Teachers involved believe that technology has a positive impact on students’ interest, motivation and participation. They also note that technologies support the development of disciplinary skills, promote the development of specific skills and an autonomous and student-centered learning.