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Linq 2013 session_blue_3_key_conet

  1. 1. - www.eun.orgIntroducing KeyCoNetCaroline KearneyEducation Analyst & Project ManagerEuropean Schoolnet
  2. 2. European policy networkon the implementationof key competencesin school educationIMPACT ON POLICIES (recommendations)KNOW HOWPRIMARY & SECONDARYGENERAL EDUCATIONEUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF 8 KEY COMPETENCES:1. COMMUNICATION IN MOTHER TONGUE2. COMMUNICATION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES3. MATHS, SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY COMPETENCES4. DIGITAL COMPETENCE5. LEARNING TO LEARN6. SOCIAL AND CIVIC COMPETENCES7. SENSE OF INITIATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP8. CULTURAL AWARENESS AND EXPRESSIONScopeSubject/knowledge basedCross-curricular areasThese key competences are all interdependent, and the emphasis ineach case is on:• critical thinking• creativity• initiative• problem solving• risk assessment• decision taking• constructive management of feelings
  3. 3. Website, literaturereviews, casenotes/studies, PLVs,videos, countryoverviews, newsletter,webinar, onlineconsultation onrecommendations etc.Spread ofstakeholders incountries coveredOther EU countriesCurriculum reform,pilot project, schoolexperiment, nationalstrategy, publicdebate, legislation,etc.Phases, role ofvariousstakeholders,evaluation, etc.IdentifyinganalysingmappingKCD INITIATIVES&IMPLEMENTATIONSTRATEGIESIncreasingnetworkinfluencethroughdisseminationand membershipC o r e r e m i t : i d e n t i f y i n g a n d a n a l y s i n g emergent s t r a t e g i e si n i m p l e m e n t i n g k e y c o m p e t e n c e s i n t o e d u c a t i o n r e f o r m s ,a n d p r o d u c i n g r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s .Two main working areas
  4. 4. How to implement a holistic approach for an effectivechange in the student curriculum?TeachertrainingStudentassessmentLearningresourcesSchoolorganisationMajor focusEnablers? Obstacles?
  5. 5. Case notesApril-June 2012May-Sept. 2013Case studiesFeb-April 2013Jan.-March 2014IDENTIFYCountry overviews & EUmappingDec.2012Dec. 2013Dec. 2014RECOMMENDATIONSNov. 2014K e y C o N e t w e b s i t ePeer studyvisits/reportsNov. 2012Sept. 2013June 2014VideosDec.2012Oct.2013Sept. 2014Identifying existingnetworksL i t e r a t u r e r e v i e w( U p d a t e d a n n u a l y )InitiativesMarch /April 2012Jan.- May 2013ANALYSE DISCUSSIncreasingmembership/widedisseminationILLUSTRATE DISSEMINATENational networkingeventsMethodology & outputsWebinars Onlineconsultation
  6. 6. Policy•BMUKK (AT)•DGESCO (FR)•AKOV (BE - nl)•CEJA (ES)•NCCA (IE)•TIGER LEAP (EE)Research•Uni. Helsinki (FI)•Uni. Jyväskylä (FI)•EIESP (FR)•IFE (FR)•Uni. Oslo (NO)•Uni. Lisbon (PT)•Uni. Minho (PT)•UNED (ES)Practice• INSP.GEN (FR)• REKTORS-AKADEMIEN (SE)• JA-YE (BE)Partners
  7. 7. AssociatesGrowing number ofassociate members from:Various stakeholdergroupsDifferent countriesacross the EUCan you identify a countryor organization missingfrom the KeyCoNet maps?Is your organizationinterested in joining &filling the gap?
  8. 8. BenefitsNetwork, exchange & learnfrom KCD stakeholdersacross EUInfluence KCD policy throughhaving your say on thenetwork’s recommendationsAccess to KeyCoNet’s webinars,LinkedIn community, internalworking docs & all outputsCommitmentsBe committed toKey Competence DevelopmentParticipate in anonline consultation on KCDrecommendationsDisseminate KeyCoNet outputs
  9. 9. KeyCoNet outputsBrochureNewsletterLit. Reviews &SummaryPeer Learning VisitReport & VideosCountry & EUOverviewsCase Notes &Case Studies
  10. 10. Visit our website & consult our outputs!All outputs are available on theKeyCoNet USB Key