From personal collaboration to institutional partnership
From self-referentiality to multi-stakeholders governance
Learning teachers Motivated learners Governance & Leadership Methods Contents Autonomy of Learners Curricula Reform New learning spaces Valuing informal learning Personalisation of learning paths Democratic School System Governance Substantial stakeholders’ involvement School leadership Partnership for Lifelong Learning More flexible regulations Valuing bottom-up innovation Quality approaches supportive to innovation Teaching as orchestration Active and context based learning Assessment supportive to learning Develop collaboration and inter-cultural communication skills Develop talents and creativity Use of full potential of ICT for learning Learning to learn competence Learning quality awareness Open educational practices Motivation / pleasure of learning Learning for life and citizenship Employability Value orientation and societal role Digital competences Key competences for LLL
Need for a substantial and participative involvement in the initiative of as many as possible stakeholders feeling the need to change and to share their transformation experience in a collaborative and value-oriented framework of action.
Common values = peace, democracy, sustainable development, respect for and valorisation of diversity, social cohesiveness, solidarity, participation, creativity and innovation.
The Learning School Initiative (LSI) wants to complement and facilitate existing funding sources (e.g. the EU Lifelong Learning Programme, World Bank subsidies and loans, National Governments Programmes, major Foundations worldwide) to build on existing results and to convey strategic investments on a synergetic programme recognised worldwide