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
‘ 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)
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)
Most learning informal ? https://admin.acrobat.com/_a54419374/informl