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Presentation of the MOSEP-Project (More Self-Esteem with my E-Portfolio)

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  • 1. MOSEP: MORE SELF-ESTEEM WITH MY ePORTFOLIO LEMAIA 2008 18 February, 2008, Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna, Austria Mag. Gerlinde Buchberger, MA Paedagogische Hochschule für Niederösterreich, Baden, Austria Development of a train-the-trainer course for ePortfolio tutors A Leonardo da Vinci Project
  • 2. Presentation Outline
    • Adolescent dropouts
    • Background facts and figures
    • Informal, non-formal learning
    • Documenting learning
    • MOSEP project :
      • project partners
      • aims
      • course concept
      • module structure
      • present project phase
  • 3. School, college, university dropouts ! Albert Einstein Winston Churchill Bill Gates Steve Jobs Failures ?? Photo by C!b0rg5 Photo by Tienda Photo by Oishi Kuranosuke Photo by monkey.net
  • 4. EU: Early school leavers Eurostat (2007) Europe in figures – Eurostat yearbook 2006-07 Benchmark 2010
  • 5. Low-skilled workforce
    • Almost a third of the
    • European labour force
    • is low-skilled
    • (80 million people) .
    • (EU Commission, 2005)
  • 6. Necessary upskilling by 2010
    • “ By 2010 only 15 % of newly
    • created jobs will be for people
    • with basic schooling, whereas 50%
    • will require highly skilled workers”.
    • (EU Commission, 2005)
    • “ Half the EU workforce (some 100
    • million people) require upskilling,
    • a gap that cannot be closed through
    • classroom instruction alone, but will
    • require e-learning scenarios”.
    • (Urdan et al, 2005)
    http://www.high-point.net/workforce/index.cfm
  • 7. Eurostat (2007) Europe in figures – Eurostat yearbook 2006-07 Youth Education Attainment Level Benchmark 2010
  • 8. Drop-outs again STANDARD, 15/16 September, 2007 Bill Gates and Steve Jobs – two celebrity dropouts – would not have made it to the top in traditional recruiting systems.
  • 9. 21 st century learning
    • How much of it will be
      • formal learning ?
      • non-formal learning ?
      • informal learning ?
      • face-to-face learning ?
      • distance learning ?
      • blended learning ?
      • m-learning ?
      • ???
  • 10. Informal & non-formal, technology-enhanced learning Multi-tasking Photo by sugarpond Photo by sugarpond Photo by computeramey Photo by computeramey Photo by sugarpond
  • 11. Informal, non-formal, technology-enhanced learning …
    • … gaining in significance - demand for acceptance
    •  ‘ Non-formal learning is the basis of all projects supported by the ‘Youth’ programme …‘school dropouts’ might prefer non-formal activities‘ .
    • ( European Commission, 2005)
    •  ‘ Non-formal education is of paramount importance to society in the EU. It must be recognised by institutions through curricula and by wider society as complimentary of formal education ‘ .
    • (Rome Youth Declaration 2007)
    •  Common European principles for the identification and validation of non-formal and informal learning . (EU Commission, 2004)
    • Numerous studies and publications underline the importance of “ digital competence“ and the impact of ICT on young people . (Molina, nd; Becta, 2007; EU Parliament & Council, 2006)
  • 12. Importance of informal learning Jay Cross , CEO of Internet Time Group and founder of the Workflow Institute Discrepancy between impact of formal learning and time & money spent on formal learning. https://admin.acrobat.com/_a54419374/informl (Click on the URL to listen to Jay Cross‘s presentation on informal learning)
  • 13. Most learning informal ? https://admin.acrobat.com/_a54419374/informl
  • 14. Networked Learning: PLL http://learningcircuits.blogspot.com/2005/11/characteristics-of-formal-and-informal.html
  • 15. Documenting learning with ePortfolios
  • 16.
    • MOSEP
    More Self-Esteem with my ePortfolio http://www.mosep.org http://wikieducator.org/MOSEP
  • 17. MOSEP-project: objectives Strengths - weaknesses Knowledge – Competences- skills Individual responsibility- more self-esteem Motivation for continuing school or vocational training
  • 18. MOSEP Project Partners
    • Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft – AT (coordinator)
    • EifEL – European Institute for E-Learning – FR
    • Kaunas University of Technology – LT
    • Landesakademie fuer Fortbildung – D
    • Paedagogische Hochschule Salzburg – AT
    • Paedagogische Hochschule Niederoesterreich – AT
    • Pontydysgu – Bridge to Learning – UK
    • SCAS -Student Computer Art Society – BG
    • University of Science & Technology Krakow – PL
    • Wolsingham School & Community College - UK
  • 19. MOSEP: Aims
    • The age group of 14-16-year-olds will be familiarised with methods
    • of eLearning and electronic portfolios as tools for life-long learning.
    • Youngsters will be supported …
      • to identify and reflect on their strengths and improvement areas
      • to better develop their skills and competences
      • to improve their self-presentation skills
      • to become aware of their potentials and in this way foster their self-esteem
      • to continue their school careers or vocational trainings
  • 20. MOSEP Project Development
    • MOSEP course development
    • Pre-Test in Wolsingham / UK (June 2007)
    • First review cycle: refinement of MOSEP course
    • Translation into languages of the partner countries
    • Technical implementation in partner countries
    • Testing phase in AT, BG, DE, LT, PL, UK (Winter & Spring 07/08)
    • Project evaluation (from April 2008)
    • Presentation of project results at 4th EduMedia-
    • Conference / Salzburg, June 2008
  • 21. General course concept
    • 1. Target groups: teachers/trainers, students
    • 2. OER-approach
    • Open Source ePortfolio software (e.g. Mahara, EduSpaces etc.)
    • 3. Platform independence
    • 4. Module structure
    • Foundation Module
    • 4 additional modules
    • 5. Course delivery face-to-face or via blended-learning
  • 22. Wiki-based course
    • WikiEducator & Multimedia for the development and presentation of “MOSEP-Train- the-Trainer course“
      • text video
            • audio podcasts
            • screencasts
    Click on the icon to download the study Click on the icon to watch the video Click on the icon to access the tutorials
  • 23. Structure of the course Source: SRFG 2007 Click here to access the MOSEP wiki
  • 24. MOSEP-Wiki Source: SRFG 2007 Zum Starten des Wiki hier klickeni
  • 25. MOSEP-Wiki: Foundation Module Source: SRFG 2007 Zum Starten hier klickeni
  • 26. e-Portfolio project at the Practice school / PH NÖ Inga Friedl, MA, and students / 4 A MA dissertation: evaluation of an e-Portfolio project
  • 27. References
    • Becta (2007) Impact Study of e-portfolios on learning.
    • http://partners.becta.org.uk/upload-dir/downloads/page_documents/research/impact_study_eportfolios.doc
    • Council of the European Union (2004) Draft Conclusions of the Council and of the
    • representatives of the Governments of the Member States meeting within the Council on
    • Common European Principles for the identification and validation of non-formal and
    • informal learning. Brussels: The General Secretariat of the Council.
    • http://ec.europa.eu/education/policies/2010/doc/validation2004_en.pdf
    • European Parliament (2006) Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the
    • Council of 18 December 2006 on key competences for lifelong learning . In: Official
    • Journal of the European Union , L394/10.
    • http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/site/en/oj/2006/l_394/l_39420061230en00100018.pdf
    • Eurostat (2007) Europe in figures – Eurostat yearbook 2006-07. Luxembourg:Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
    • http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-CD-06-001/EN/KS-CD-06-001-EN.PDF
    • EUYouthMagazine (2001) In their own words
    • http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/mag/15/en/page17.htm
    • European Commission (2005) Including all with the ‘Youth Programme’. Brussels:
    • Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC)
    • http://bookshop.europa.eu/eubookshop/FileCache/PUBPDF/NC5203772ENC/NC5203772ENC_002.pdf
    • Jeunesse Forum (2007) Rome Youth Declaration-25 März 2007
    • http://www.youth-event-germany.de/downloads/4-20-820/Youth%20Summit%20Roma.pdf
    • Molina (nd) Is ICT-based Innovation in Educational Systems Truly Important ? Overview of Key Develpments, Trends
    • and Policies Shaping Education in the 21st Century. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.
    • http://auxilia.e-inclusionsite.org/materials/document1.doc
    • Urdan, T., Weggen, C. and J. Lee (2005) Education Services, Class Notes.
    • Weekly Insights on the Education Market: 11 October 2005 . London: Baird US
    • Equity Research.
  • 28.
    • Kontakt:
    • Mag. Gerlinde Buchberger, MA
    • Pädagogische Hochschule Niederösterreich
    • Mühlgasse 67
    • A-2500 Baden, Austria
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Tel.: +43-(0)2252-88570-148 DW
    • Mobile: 0664-4025837
    Thank you ! © Gerlinde Buchberger 2008