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Virtual Schooling & the Future of Education               Is there a European way?PIXEL Conference, The Future of Educatio...
How do you imagine Virtual       Schooling?
?
LACK OF                  CONTROL ON     IT IS NOT FIT                  CONTENT AND   FOR EUROPE!   ISOLATION?        PUPIL...
What is a virtual school?“a state approved and/or regionally accredited school that offers secondary creditcourses through...
VISCED project aim• Make an inventory and carry out a transnational  appraisal of Virtual Schools and Colleges in  Europe ...
VISCED project• Open to researchers and policy makers• All outputs published on public wiki• Bi-monthly newsletter• 2-year...
Virtual Schools in Europe• A broad review of  existing initiatives  across Europe (& the  world)• Eight case studies &  a ...
Virtual Schools in Europe: WHY?INCLUSION as the main driverschool-phobic, excluded, dropout, travellers, young parents,pre...
Virtual Schools in Europe: HOW?• Blended to face2face, classroom• Phenomenon-based learning (the  paradox of virtual vs re...
Virtual Schools in Europe: WHO?• Public Initiatives• Private providers• Civil society        Public, private and not-for p...
Some Virtual Schools• Audentes > Estonia• Bednet      > Belgium• Briteschool > England• European Virtual Schools > Europe•...
So what about European Virtual Schools?• Fulfil uncovered needs• Tell us something on ICT for learning• Are bound to the l...
Some Policy Issues•Do existing Legislative Frameworks disadvantage virtual schooling?• Are there tensions between sovereig...
Want to know more? www.virtualschoolsandcolleges.infoWiki: www.virtualschoolsandcolleges.eu        Bi-monthly newsletter  ...
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About the VISCED Poject:
The VISCED project carried out an inventory of innovative ICT-enhanced learning initiatives and major ‘e-mature’ secondary and post-secondary education providers for the 14-21 age group in Europe. This entailed a systematic review at international and national levels including a study into operational examples of fully virtual schools and colleges. The outputs of this work have been analysed and compared to identify relevant parameters and success factors for classifying and comparing these initiatives.
See http://www.virtualschoolsandcolleges.info/

The Future of Education International Conference

7-8 June 2012
Florence, Italy
This annual international event aims to promote transnational cooperation and share good practice in the field of innovation for Education.
www.pixel-online.net/edu_future2012

http://www.virtualschoolsandcolleges.info/news/visced-presented-future-education-conference-florence
Daniela Proli from Scienter gave a presentation about VISCED on behalf of the consortium entitled “Virtual Schooling & the Future of Education Is there a European way?”, leaflets were also distributed at this event.

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    1. 1. Virtual Schooling & the Future of Education Is there a European way?PIXEL Conference, The Future of Education,Florence, 7-8 June 2012
    2. 2. How do you imagine Virtual Schooling?
    3. 3. ?
    4. 4. LACK OF CONTROL ON IT IS NOT FIT CONTENT AND FOR EUROPE! ISOLATION? PUPILS PROTECTIONINDIVIDUALISM ? THE FACE TO FACE CONTACT IN LEARNING!VS COMMUNITY BUILDING? LACK OF DISTANCE SOCIALISATION LEARNING FOR KIDS AND TEEN AGERS???
    5. 5. What is a virtual school?“a state approved and/or regionally accredited school that offers secondary creditcourses through distance learning methods that include Internet-based delivery”(Clark (2000) “an institution that teaches courses entirely or primarily through online methods (wikipedia) “educational facilities that are not a physical location, but rather are located on the Internet. The primary difference between a virtual school and a stand- alone brick and mortar school is the latters physical interactions among teachers, staff and students. www.ehow.com
    6. 6. VISCED project aim• Make an inventory and carry out a transnational appraisal of Virtual Schools and Colleges in Europe (& the world) age 14-21• Investigate Innovative ICT-enhanced learning/teaching exemplar initiatives• Consult stakeholders, engage with the schools• Produce Policy Recommendations
    7. 7. VISCED project• Open to researchers and policy makers• All outputs published on public wiki• Bi-monthly newsletter• 2-year project started on 1 January 2011• Funding by European Commission through Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)
    8. 8. Virtual Schools in Europe• A broad review of existing initiatives across Europe (& the world)• Eight case studies & a European Colloquium of EU «Virtual Schools»
    9. 9. Virtual Schools in Europe: WHY?INCLUSION as the main driverschool-phobic, excluded, dropout, travellers, young parents,pregnancy, bullying, in care,hospitalized, etc
    10. 10. Virtual Schools in Europe: HOW?• Blended to face2face, classroom• Phenomenon-based learning (the paradox of virtual vs real school!)• Learner-centred
    11. 11. Virtual Schools in Europe: WHO?• Public Initiatives• Private providers• Civil society Public, private and not-for profit providers associations,• NGOs Public (16) Private (15)• Differently framed Not For Profit (7) Public/Private (2) within national Non-Commercial (1) systems
    12. 12. Some Virtual Schools• Audentes > Estonia• Bednet > Belgium• Briteschool > England• European Virtual Schools > Europe• Interhigh > Wales• iScoil > Ireland• Notschool > England/UK>• Otavanopisto > Finland• Rīgas Tālmācības vidusskola > Latvia• Satellite Virtual Schools > England• Sofia Distans > Sweden• Varmdo Distans > Sweden• Wereldschool > Netherlands
    13. 13. So what about European Virtual Schools?• Fulfil uncovered needs• Tell us something on ICT for learning• Are bound to the local context and rooted in the community• Most and for all, don’t like to be labelled as «virtual schools»
    14. 14. Some Policy Issues•Do existing Legislative Frameworks disadvantage virtual schooling?• Are there tensions between sovereign states and EU (State v Federal?)?• Quality assurance? Common standards? Autonomy and innovation? Are these exclusive?• Accreditation? Cross-border recognition? Who ‘owns’ the qualifications?• Funding? Cross-border funding?• Attitudes to Open Educational Resources? Govt? EC? Content providers?• Public Opinion? Is this how Virtual Schooling is viewed in some countries...
    15. 15. Want to know more? www.virtualschoolsandcolleges.infoWiki: www.virtualschoolsandcolleges.eu Bi-monthly newsletter Thank you! dproli@scienter.org
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