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  • Catalonia
  • Catalonia's educational World + ICT implementations
    • Catalonia = 6.000.000 people
    • 2500 public schools
    • 5,6 PC per primary and secondary students
    • 2003: wideband in all schools
    • 2006: Projecte Heura (Ivy Project) , Internet access at the classrooms
    • Internet a l'aula (Internet to the Classroom) Program: it includes monetary helps to acquire laptops
  • ICT in education: Catalonia's way
  • 20 years working to spread ICT educational uses
    • 1985: PIE (Educational Informatic Program)
  • 20 years working to spread ICT educational uses
    • 1985: PIE (Educational Informatic Program)
    • 1997: XTEC (Catalonia's Educational Telematic Network). An information site adressed to the teachers community. It offers educational resources as well.
    • http://www.xtec.cat/
  • 20 years working to spread ICT educational uses
    • 1985: PIE (Educational Informatic Program)
    • 1997: XTEC (Catalonia's Educational Telematic Network). An information site adressed to the teachers community. It offers educational resources as well.
    • http://www.xtec.cat/
    • 2001: edu365.cat
    • A site for students and families
  • 20 years providing teachers' training
    • In order to give competencies:
      • basic (ICT literacy),
      • advanced (those that give autonomy, selfconfidence and increase creativity) and
      • specific (those that are related to specific roles: schools' leaderships, administration, ICT schools' coordinationships... )
  • Goals Cava history 1
  • Goals
    • To provide to the educational professionals
      • knowledge in order to increase the ICT key of their pupils competencies ;
      • pedagogical skills in order to embed the ICT in the classes:
    • “ Going from the ICT to the learning and knowledge technologies through sharing and building this knowledge. ”
  • Virtual courses
    • Continuous increasing inscriptions
  • In the beginning, a static campus
  • Nowadays...
  • Nowadays...
    • we're looking for a dinamic e-learning environment
    • Perhaps something like that?
  • The ICT power : the 'undernet' of the XXI education
  • The ICT power : the 'undernet' of the XXI education
    • Tunning > flexibility, adaptation, personalization
    • Interactivity
    • Development of the autonomous learning and thinking capacity
  • Teacher's new role From this To this
  • Teacher's new role
    • Dynamisator and encourager
    • Team's coach ( ‘From everyone according to his capacities, to everyone according to his needs' )
    • Task organiser => collaborative work
  • Pupils' new role
  • Pupils' new role
    • Active
    • Integrated in a team
    • Able to express themselves in several formats, media and languages
  • Future challenges in ICT teachers training I
  • Future challenges in ICT teachers training I
    • To train teachers on collaborative tools:
      • Blogs
      • “ Quaderns virtuals” Virtual notebooks
      • Virtual e-learning environments: Moodle, Intraweb project
      • Podcasting
    • To create virtual exchange experience environments between teachers to improve the peer learning .
  • Future challenges in ICT teacher training II
  • Future challenges in ICT teacher training II
    • Using already existing experiences of collaborative work: Lacenet, WebquestCat, AEIC, ACTE, iEARN ...
  • Future challenges in ICT teacher training III
  • Future challenges in ICT teacher training III
    •  Describing the specificity of the formation|training in virtual environments and other tools
    •  Elaborating education specific formative itineraries, from initial training, that culminate with an ICT accreditation:
      • With the EUN coordination.
  • From here ...
  • to here!
  • ICT in education: Catalonia's way
  • Thank you! Laia Martín , cap de Formació en TIC Cristina Santamaria Formació en TIC Departament d'Educació Generalitat de Cayalunya