Teachers in the Digital Age
Nives Kreuh
@nkreuh
Ljubljana, 24. 4. 2014
Context
- Schools curricula reform (2003 – 2008)
- Key Competencies for Lifelong Learning
(2004)
- E-development groups (N...
E-education project
Vir: Martin, A. in Grudziecki, J. (2006): DigEuLit: Concepts and Tools for Digital Literacy Development
DIGCOMP: A Framework for developing and understanding Digital Competence (Evropska komisija 2013)DIGCOMP: A Framework for ...
Seminar / Consultancy
Semin Consultancy
12-15 participants up to 5 participants
16-24 hours 4 hours
blended learning appro...
Types of Consultancy
Leadership
Consultancy
Workshops
for teachers
Technical
support
RESULTS in E-EDUCATION project
•The E-competency Standard Framework (2010) – 6 e-
competencies designed and described
•The...
•36.574 participations in courses (20.296 participants out of 25.000
teachers).
•14.920 worshops for 39.073 participants
•...
19
Framework for designing e-student
books
• regulation changes
• framework
• 4 pilot e-books (2012)
• multimedia and
inte...
20
E-student books
• Development and upgrade of existing e-material
• Test portal: http://eucbeniki.sio.si/test/iucbeniki/...
E-student books
Test portal
for
e-student
books
Natural Science and mathematics,
2013-2014
Social Science and Languages,
2014/2015
4th grade Matematika, naravoslovje in t...
around 100 schools, 700 teachers, 2500 students (4th
grade to 2nd
year)
involved
out of
app. 860 schools (2000 units), 25 ...
On the way …
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Following the needs of today’s society and the development and needs of learners, the project E-competent teacher within E-Education defines and describes the digital competencies or e-competencies that represent the basic level of digital literacy. They refer to teachers, pre-school teachers, ICT co-ordinators, school principals and deputy school principals. Our seminars mostly focus on the first level of digital literacy since they support the development of digital competencies. Partly, the second level is also included because the blended learning seminars enable participants to put into practice the knowledge they gain on various strategies, approaches, content and materials. By doing so, they apply the acquired competencies to their professional field. The results of the evaluation we have already done show that since 2009 there were 36.574 participations at the seminars (20.296 participants out of 30.000 teachers in Slovenia), 14.920 workshops with 39.073 participations, more than 70% of principals attended 1 or more leadership courses 99,3% schools were participating in the project, 285 members of development teams and 760 trained collaborators were involved in the project.

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  1. 1. Teachers in the Digital Age Nives Kreuh @nkreuh Ljubljana, 24. 4. 2014
  2. 2. Context - Schools curricula reform (2003 – 2008) - Key Competencies for Lifelong Learning (2004) - E-development groups (NEI, 1998) - Computer Literacy Programme (1994)
  3. 3. E-education project
  4. 4. Vir: Martin, A. in Grudziecki, J. (2006): DigEuLit: Concepts and Tools for Digital Literacy Development
  5. 5. DIGCOMP: A Framework for developing and understanding Digital Competence (Evropska komisija 2013)DIGCOMP: A Framework for developing and understanding Digital Competence (Evropska komisija 2013)
  6. 6. Seminar / Consultancy Semin Consultancy 12-15 participants up to 5 participants 16-24 hours 4 hours blended learning approach Face to face and online E-competencies assessment examples of good practices
  7. 7. Types of Consultancy Leadership Consultancy Workshops for teachers Technical support
  8. 8. RESULTS in E-EDUCATION project •The E-competency Standard Framework (2010) – 6 e- competencies designed and described •The Way to E-competency (2012) – the model of training courses •20 various subject areas included •52 courses in virtual classrooms (blended learning and competences assessment)) •38 self-assessment courses •63 various workshop programmes
  9. 9. •36.574 participations in courses (20.296 participants out of 25.000 teachers). •14.920 worshops for 39.073 participants •More than 70% principals went through the principle courses •285 members of development teams, 760 collaborators •99,3% schools included in the project •The SIO portal •More than 2000 on-line communities •Web surveys •E-card of competencies •Software with examples of good practice
  10. 10. 19 Framework for designing e-student books • regulation changes • framework • 4 pilot e-books (2012) • multimedia and interactive
  11. 11. 20 E-student books • Development and upgrade of existing e-material • Test portal: http://eucbeniki.sio.si/test/iucbeniki/ • Quality assurance – authors – reviewers – consultants – Testing in pilot schools
  12. 12. E-student books
  13. 13. Test portal for e-student books
  14. 14. Natural Science and mathematics, 2013-2014 Social Science and Languages, 2014/2015 4th grade Matematika, naravoslovje in tehnika 5th grade Matematika, naravoslovje in tehnika, gospodinjstvo 6th grade Matematika, naravoslovje, gospodinjstvo 7th grade Matematika, naravoslovje Nemščina 8th grade Fizika, kemija, matematika Slovenščina, nemščina, likovna umetnost, geografija, zgodovina, angleščina , glasbena umetnost 9th grade Fizika, kemija, matematika Slovenščina, nemščina, likovna umetnost, geografija, zgodovina, angleščina , glasbena umetnost 1st year Kemija, matematika Slovenščina, likovna umetnost, geografija, zgodovina, angleščina, glasbena umetnost 2nd year Kemija, matematika 3rd year Kemija, matematika
  15. 15. around 100 schools, 700 teachers, 2500 students (4th grade to 2nd year) involved out of app. 860 schools (2000 units), 25 000 teachers, 225 000 students (kindergarten, primary, secondary)
  16. 16. On the way …
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