1. I.S.L.E Erasmus Network, “Innova6on Prac6ces” Workshop, University of Maribor 11-‐15 March 2013 ! TalentCampus Sebas6en CHEVALIER Professor, University of Bourgogne, Dijon, France Project Manager
2. TalentCampus Investments for Future Programmes ANR-‐11-‐IDFI-‐0035
3. PRES Bourgogne Franche-‐Comté: Founda6on for Scien6ﬁc Coopera6on • 54,000 students – 2,200 doctoral candidates – 11,000 master students – 6,000 engineering students • 76% members A et A+ • 3,500 faculty members and researchers 3 UTBM
4. PRES Bourgogne Franche-‐Comté: Founda6on for Scien6ﬁc Coopera6on • founded by decree on December 15th 2010 as a Founda6on for Scien6ﬁc Coopera6on • gathering all players from Bourgogne and Franche-‐Comté: universi1es, engineering schools, teaching hospitals and healthcare centres, na6onal research centres (CNRS, INSERM), business concerns and regional or local authori1es • to federate academics and private companies in order to elaborate development strategies for the two territories within the next 20 years. “Research and developments, crea6on of spin-‐oﬀ, innova6on, and pedagogy are the heart of the Founda6on for Scien6ﬁc Coopera6on”.
5. “TalentCampus: novel approaches and environments to help learners reveal, develop and capitalise their talent”
6. What do we mean by talent? • A capacity for achievement or success • A talent is NOT a natural ability or the top of the class! • Talent is connected with the idea of joy “Talent involves a par6cular ability, combined with speciﬁc resources and a dis6nc6ve style, applied to a given ac6vity and ocen performed with pleasure in a remarkable way.”
7. TalentCampus ? • A pedagogical programme supported by the PRES Bourgogne Franche Comté and its Founda1on for Scien1ﬁc Coopera1on • Accredited by the French Government within the Investments for Future Programmes • Obtained a ﬁnancial support of 5.3 Million Euros for 8 years • Cer6ﬁed within the 5 ﬁrst innova1ve projects for Educa1on in France in 2012
8. Objec1ves ? • To develop competences complementary to academic ability • SoI skills: leadership, behaviour in society, emo6onal intelligence, stress management,… • To encourage “excellence through “diﬀerence” • Key principle: social, age and disciplinary diversi1es
9. Audience/Target • Teenagers from high school, students (undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD), employees (juniors and seniors), job seekers • All disciplines and cultures • Strong connec6on with companies: lifelong training and learning
10. Hard skills Soc skills Who you become… Leadership Crea6vity Self-‐conﬁdence … Keys for success: diversity, innova6ve pedagogy and evalua6on
11. TalentCampus, a truly innova1ve approach to training for talents from all walks of life • Proposed in the format of Winter, Spring and Summer schools • Designed for groups of 20 to 30 learners (target: 100 learners/session) • Diﬀerent programmes adapted to learners: – ‘revealed talents’: those aware of their capabili6es and ap6tudes but who experience diﬃculty in exploi6ng them – ‘hidden talents’: those who have talents but who are not yet completely aware of them.
12. TalentCampus, a truly innova1ve approach to training for talents from all walks of life • classes rarely take place in the classroom and may well be out in the open air! • courses are based on innova1ve learning (ac6ve learning, collabora6ve learning, project-‐based learning) • learners take away with them a tool kit to help them implement their talent (network of talented and an accredita6on recognising their competencies) • Ambassadors!
13. TalentCampus : several sessions /year Summer school Saturday for talents Label “TalentCampus” Winter school Spring school
14. !A galaxy… Missions Locales Centres de culture scien6ﬁque !
15. • 10 days • Dijon and Besançon • Limited to 20-‐25 learners • Laboratory for innova1on (“project factory”) • Strong evalua1on -‐ evolu6on of social competencies -‐ courses -‐ impact of TalentCampus on behaviours, trajectories and dynamic within the group of learners Summer school 2012
16. First summer school: 2-13 july 2012
17. 23 par6cipants aged 17 to 57 (13 female, 10 male) The 23 par6cipants were made up of: • 1 high school student • 15 students from diﬀerent disciplines (sciences, educa6on, management, engineering, communica6on) • 2 doctoral students (chemistry, communica6on) • 2 employees • 3 unemployed Summer school 2012
18. Evalua6on carried out by • IREDU (Ins6tute for Research in the Sociology and Economics of Educa6on, CNRS / Université de Bourgogne) for the quan6ta6ve aspects • Joseph Jacotot Interna6onal Ins6tute for the qualita6ve aspects A scien6ﬁc paper has been published in order to es6mate the impact of the evalua6on of learners on their ability to take into account their competences (Bauchet & Morlaix, IREDU laboratory 2013). Evalua1on
19. Evolu6on of intra-‐personal competencies before and acer TalentCampus 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 6.00 Concentra6on Self-‐esteem Reac6vity Mo6va6on Spirit of ini6a6ve Tenacity Before TC Acer TC
20. Evolu6on of interpersonal competencies before and acer TalentCampus 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Oral expression Negocia6on Team spirit Apen6onal abili6es Codes in society Ability to live in society Before TC Acer TC
21. What’s new?5 permanent people are now working daily onTalentCampus-Winter school: 18-22 February 2013 (Besançon)-Spring school: 15-19 April 2013 (Dijon)-Summer school: 1-12July 2013First summer school full in English: July 2014!
22. Winter school: 18-22 February 2013 (Besançon)Talent and Orienta6on Serious game Talent and “white card ” Talent and 5 senses Talent and self-‐condidence Talent and theather Talent and communica1on Talent and Surprise Talent and Music
23. “Innova1on in the Teaching of Sustainable Development in Life Sciences in Europe” • ISLE consor6um is willing to propose something new and will focus on a theme that has not been inves1gated enough, • Sustainable development requires huge changes to work on an interdisciplinary way, • New prac6ces and tools in educa1on !
24. “Innova6on in the Teaching of Sustainable Development in Life Sciences in Europe” !