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Presented by Brian Holmes at the Annual EDEN Conference in Valencia, 2010

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ICT for Education in Europe and the new EU2020 Strategy - Policy and Practice, Part 2 ICT for Education in Europe and the new EU2020 Strategy - Policy and Practice, Part 2 Presentation Transcript

  • ICT for Education in Europe and the new EU2020 Strategy - Policy and Practice Brian Holmes Head of Department Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture Valencia, Spain 11 June 2010
  • ICT for Education in Europe Practice
    • Studies
    • Examples of actions funded: eTwinning and KA 3 (ICT)
    • Looking ahead
    http://www.slideshare.net/holmebn/holmes-eden-keynote
  • Studies Studies related to ICT (1 of 2)
    • Studies managed by the Agency for DG EAC
    • Impact of technology in primary schools- STEPS (EACEA/2007/04)
    • Indicators on ICT in education (EACEA/2007/17)
    • Impact of ICT and New Media on Language Learning (EACEA/2007/09)
    • http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/studies/studies_en.php
    • Studies carried out by the Agency - Eurydice
    • Education on Online Safety in Schools in Europe
    • http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/thematic_studies_en.php
  • Studies Studies related to ICT (2 of 2)
    • Studies carried out by the JRC-IPTS for the Commission
    • Learning in informal online networks and communities (EUR 24149)
    • Learning 2.0: the Impact of Web 2.0 Innovations on Education and Training in Europe (EUR 24103)
    • The Impact of Social Computing on the EU Information Society and Economy (EUR 24063)
    • Review of Learning in ICT-enabled Networks and Communities (EUR 23991)
    • New Ways to Learn New Skills for Future Jobs (ongoing)
    http://is.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pages/Publications.html
  • Examples of actions funded Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013 ICT Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities – Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European association s Transversal Programme 4 key activities – Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination and exploitation of results (valorisation) Grundtvig Adult education Leonardo da Vinci Erasmus Higher education & advanced training Comenius School education Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities – Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European association s Transversal Programme 4 key activities – and exploitation of results (valorisation) Grundtvig Adult education Leonardo da Vinci Vocational education and training Erasmus Higher education & advanced training Comenius School education Comenius School education
  • Examples of actions funded eTwinning http://www.etwinning.net/ Some facts (March 2010): 69 000 schools involved 91 000 registered users (mainly teachers) 10 000 ongoing projects 13 000 completed projects
    • From shared projects to a community of teachers
    • Sharing experience, good practice and resources
    • Online communities of practice
    • Online Learning Events
    Network of relationships between eTwinning teachers
    • Priorities 2009 & 2010
    • Multilateral projects
    • Identifying and implementing innovative uses of ICT for lifelong learning, in particular for groups at risk of exclusion
    • ICT as a catalyst for innovation and creativity in lifelong learning
    • Networks
    • Addressing transversal issues for linking up and connecting learning communities through ICT in an innovative way
    • Reinforcing the links between ICT, creativity and innovation skills
    • Emphasis on web 2.0, social networking, innovation and inclusion
    Examples of actions funded Key Activity 3 - ICT
  • Word Cloud from KA3 project descriptions in 2009 Produced using http:// www.wordle.net / .
  • Examples of actions funded KA3 - 2009 selection
    • Input - Eligible applications
    • 198 multilateral projects
    • 13 networks
    • 86M€ of funding requested
    • Output - Funded applications
    • 25 multilateral projects
    • 1 network
    • 11M€ of funding
    (success rate 13%) (success rate 8%) (increase of 19% over planned budget)
  • Examples of actions funded KA3 - 2010 selection 240 applications received (223 multilateral projects 17 networks) Types of organisation involved
  • Looking ahead Challenge for future KA3 projects
    • Need for future projects to focus on:
    • Innovative pedagogical approaches that embrace social networking
      • Complementing and reinforcing formal learning, providing valuable social-emotional support
      • Bridging the worlds of work, education and training
      • Helping learners to develop autonomy, digital and media competences
    • New assessment methods that recognise the value of collaboration and peer learning
      • Recognising learners’ contribution to group work
      • Supporting self-assessment, peer reviews and group assessment
    • Tackling the socio-economic digital divide
      • Supporting groups at risk of exclusion
      • Sharing good practice, developing foresight scenarios and recommendations
  • Looking ahead Challenge for the Commission Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities – Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European association s Grundtvig Adult education Leonardo da Vinci Erasmus Higher education & advanced training Comenius School education Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities – Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European association s Grundtvig Adult education Leonardo da Vinci Vocational education and training Erasmus Higher education & advanced training Comenius School education Comenius School education Transversal actions may disappear in the future programme Transversal Programme 4 key activities – and exploitation of results (valorisation) – Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination Transversal Programme 4 key activities and exploitation of results (valorisation)
  • Looking ahead Challenge for the Commission How to fill the void and continue supporting innovative, ICT enabled projects that address lifelong learning? Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities – Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European association s Grundtvig Adult education Leonardo da Vinci Erasmus Higher education & advanced training Comenius School education Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities – Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European association s Grundtvig Adult education Leonardo da Vinci Vocational education and training Erasmus Higher education & advanced training Comenius School education Comenius School education Transversal actions may disappear in the future programme
  • Looking ahead EU workshop
    • ICT and Digital media for key competences
    • Workshop D4, 11:30 - 13:00, today
    This workshop will explore how European Union policy is encouraging the development of new skills for new jobs and personal wellbeing in a digital age. It will include practical examples of EU funded projects that are using digital media-rich environments to develop key competences.
  • Thank you! Lifelong Learning Programme: The Executive Agency: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/index.htm http:// ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/index_en.html DG Education and Culture: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/index_en.html ‘ Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow. ’ William Pollard http://www.slideshare.net/holmebn/holmes-eden-keynote