Building the Chilean Academy
                The first steps…


                 Singapore, june
                         ...
Goals and objectives

Goals

To develop systems for a sustainable Chilean Academy by which takes into
account both Chile’s...
Method and Methodology of Teaching and Learning

Method:

          E-learning asynchronous and b-learning

Methodology of...
Curriculum
N°           Courses                         Objectives                             Evaluations          Hours

1    Using...
Previous experience

In two thousand and six, five courses were implemented for telecentre
operators, coordinated by the D...
Axes supporters of the actual project




                         Training


                  Social
                   ...
Axes supporters of the actual project: Training


                                     Training




                      ...
Why?

1. In Chile shows a problem of inequality and inequity in
   training for the managers of Telecentres, which results...
What do the students of the academy?


Mr. Rómulo Elgueta, telecentre operator, Chile
What do the students of the academy?


Mr. Rómulo Elgueta, telecentre operator, Chile

“The academy should be teach how le...
Axes supporters of the project

                          SISTEMATIZACIÓN
              -Experiencias – Buenas prácticas -...
Axes supporters of the project




   RESULTADOS INVESTIGACIÓN
     -Sistematización – Estudios
      EXTENSIÓN CULTURAL
 ...
Axes supporters of the project




                                      PROFESIONALIZACIÓN
                              ...
Thank you very much

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Day2 Angelica Chilean Academy

  1. 1. Building the Chilean Academy The first steps… Singapore, june 2009
  2. 2. Goals and objectives Goals To develop systems for a sustainable Chilean Academy by which takes into account both Chile’s prior experience training operators and the recommendations and experiences of other telecentre.org National Academies.  Specific objectives 7.To attain administrative and economic sustainability of the Chile Telecentre Academy, through the design of an efficient management model 8.To develop and adapt training curricula based on telecentre operators’ needs and improve the breadth and quality of training available for Chilean telecentre operators 9.To develop parameters for formulating and implementing an e-learning training program for the telecentre operators. 10.To explore and understand how the Chilean telecentre operators would recognize themselves – and be recognized by others – as agents of change in their managing role of telecentres, as a result of training.
  3. 3. Method and Methodology of Teaching and Learning Method: E-learning asynchronous and b-learning Methodology of Teaching and Learning; - Self modules, assisted by content expert and monitoring - Socialization student/student, tutor/student, a through forums - Evaluation: Self-evaluation and case analysis. Certification: - Approval certificates issued by a university who have passed the basic training curriculum.
  4. 4. Curriculum
  5. 5. N° Courses Objectives Evaluations Hours 1 Using LMS platform Meet the virtual learning environment Self-evaluation 10 2 Workshop Projects Understand the methodology for the Self-evaluation of concepts 20 formulation of projects possible to be Case Analysis financed from public or private funds. Development of micro project 3 Curriculum Managing Managing Telecentro manner, thereby providing economic and social Self-evaluation of concepts Case Analysis 30 Telecenter sustainability of it. 4 Electronic Understand and apply the tools provided Self-evaluation of concepts 20 by ICT to enhance the democratic Case Analysis Democracy and processes of transparency, citizen Citizen Participation participation, accountability and fairness. 5 E-Government Understand the concepts associated with Self-evaluation of concepts 20 e-government to understand its Case Analysis implications and practical applications at national level. 6 Citizen atention Understand the importance of delivering Self-evaluation of concepts 10 quality care to the citizen partner, Case Analysis facilitating the efficiency of service. 7 Gender and Public Knowing the public policies associated Self-evaluation 10 with the achievement of gender equity Participation in forum Policy and equality. Evaluation of acquired concepts 8 Best Practices in Knowing experiences of good practices Self-evaluation of concepts 20 for dissemination and adoption. Case Analysis Telecenter TOTAL HOURS 140
  6. 6. Previous experience In two thousand and six, five courses were implemented for telecentre operators, coordinated by the Department of Telecommunications, issued by LMS and supported by printed manuals and CD.
  7. 7. Axes supporters of the actual project Training Social Extension Inclusion Research and Development ACADEMIA
  8. 8. Axes supporters of the actual project: Training Training BEFORE   Needs Analysis - Design Curriculum - Training of virtual trainers - Virtualization DURING Implementation training plan - Follow-up students and tutors - Certification AFTER Teaching Evaluation - Evaluating satisfaction - Evaluation Process
  9. 9. Why? 1. In Chile shows a problem of inequality and inequity in training for the managers of Telecentres, which results in an imbalance of capabilities, directly affecting users of the Center. 3. It is necessary to reshape the profile of the operator, solving the need for continuous training to achieve the social objectives pursued by the Telecentres, not only as places of access to ICT, but as gateways to the inclusion of social groups vulnerable in Chilean society.
  10. 10. What do the students of the academy? Mr. Rómulo Elgueta, telecentre operator, Chile
  11. 11. What do the students of the academy? Mr. Rómulo Elgueta, telecentre operator, Chile “The academy should be teach how learn to learn. It is essential for people who work in knowledge, the telecentre operator, in a society where we are bombarded with data and information, learn how to organize this knowledge to use it effectively. We are missing new strategies for the process to be successful,fluid and to be transferred to others. This means providing the individual of the community with a battery of tools to learn, developing their capabilities, preparing the way for learning to think in a full and creative way.”
  12. 12. Axes supporters of the project SISTEMATIZACIÓN -Experiencias – Buenas prácticas - Catastros ESTUDIOS PARA LA INNOVACIÓN - Estudios de impacto – Análisis de percepción INNOVACIÓN y DESARROLLO - Pedagógica – Tecnológica I+D Investigación y Desarrollo
  13. 13. Axes supporters of the project RESULTADOS INVESTIGACIÓN -Sistematización – Estudios EXTENSIÓN CULTURAL - Artes – Multiculturalidad Extensión (comunidad Telecentro)
  14. 14. Axes supporters of the project PROFESIONALIZACIÓN -Formación del Telecentrista INCLUSIÓN DIGITAL Inclusión - Apropiación significativa de tecnologías social -(e-gob, e-learning, redes sociales) EMPODERAMIENTO Conformación de redes
  15. 15. Thank you very much 2009

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