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Presentation in Norway, 2008. ARION Study visit for education specialists and decision makers in the European Union and candidate countries. The first steps leading towards the Tenegen concept.

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  • ARION 2008, Norway Education and its tools Mária Hartyányi HUNGARY
  • Norway…
  • Me To You grandmother associate professor managing director mother mathematician wife gardener teacher teacher teacher
  • From where? ( Cental region of Hungary, small town with campus, historical sights) GÖDÖLLŐ Royal Palace University Szent István
  • Education
    • Graduated on Mathematics and Geography MSc (Faculty of Science)
      • Relational Databases (RDBMS , SQL )
    • Object Oriented Program Languages
    • Mathematical statistics
    • E-learning solutions, LMS,LCMS, Web 2.0
  • Work experiences
    • 25 years in higher education – associate professor ( Math, IT )
    • 20 years in adult education and in VET IT sector
    • Others
    • President examiner in VET
    • Institution and program accreditation expert Leonardo project evaluator
  • SW+HW Development Security Systems Multimedia Adult Education VET – IT professions E-learning ISO 9001
  • Prompt’s Partneship
    • EDU
    • National Institute for Vocational and Adult Education
    • Albacomp Zrt.
    • West-Hungarian University
    • Primary, secondary schools, universities
    • IT
    • Szent István University,
    • Hungarian National Museum
    • Royal palace
    • Central Police Station
    • Caterpilar, TEVA, Lear Corporation
  •  
  • Number of pupils/teachers Hungary: 10,6 EU average: 15
  • Changes in EDU System
    • In HE – Bologna process – „campus” oriented ap p roach
    • In compulsory education – primary, secondary schools („rationalization”)
    • VET – renew National Registry for Qualification
      • Modularization
      • KSC model (competence based)
      • „ learner path” oriented
      • Just in test phase!
  • E-learning - 2008 (Hasebrook, Hermann and Rudolph, Cedefop, 2003) „ Disillussionment in the US. Europe never get really started” „ Dropping the e and keeping on learning!” Anne Nevgri (2002)
    • EU initiatives to 2008
    • T he crucial points to improve the effectiveness of e-learning to achieve the Lisbon goals, are:
    • the quality of e-learning contents,
    • the quality of e-learning delivery (management)
    • to improve the technological, pedagogical competences, to encourage and prepare them to create e-learning material and to collaborative and guiding .
    !? (“E-learning Page Potentials in E-Learning in Lifelong Learning”, Thematic Monitoring Group 5, Sofia, March 2007.)
  • E-learning -background According to recent surveys the European schools have strongly improved the technical ICT infrastructure during the last years and almost all of them have internet access. We also find essential improvements concerning the basic ICT competencies of teachers.
  • Infrastructure – in Europe Number of computers/100 pupils Danmark 27 Norway 24 Netherland 20 FRONTRUNNERS
  • Infrastructure 14.8 16.4 VET 11.0 11.6 Secondary upper 7.1 7.8 Secondary lower 5.9 6.8 Primary schools 8.6 9.6 Average Among them with Internet access Number of computers /100 pupils Hungary
  • E-learning In spite of the positive tendencies, the e-learning methods have not been integrated in the schools’ pedagogical programme at the expected level, not even in the frontrunner countries.
    • EU initiatives to 2008 …. e-learning to achieve the Lisbon goals …
    • the quality of e-learning contents,
    • the quality of e-learning delivery (management), and
    • to improve the technological, pedagogical competences, to encourage and prepare them to create e-learning material and to collaborative and guiding .
    WHY? How to improve? !? (“E-learning Page Potentials in E-Learning in Lifelong Learning”, Thematic Monitoring Group 5, Sofia, March 2007.)
  • 10. What issues can be further explored and studied?
  • E-learning 1.0???
  • E-learning 2.0??? [1] Werner B. Korte, Tobias Hüsing: Benchmarking Access and Use of ICT in European Schools, Empirica, 2006, (http://www.empirica.biz/empirica/publikationen/documents/No08-2006_learnInd.pdf ) http://ec.europa.eu/information_society [2] D G. Oblinger, J.L. Oblinger: Educating the Net Generation, ( www.educause.edu/educatingthenetgen ) [3] I. Bessenyei: Network on web 2.0. – Connectivism, NETIS, 2007. ( http://www.netisproject.eu )
  • Networked learning??? “ learning and knowledge are social, personal, flexible, dynamic, distributed, ubiquitous, complex and chaotic in nature.” (Chatti, Jarke, Frosh Wilke 2007). http://www-i5.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/lehrstuhl/staff/chatti/download/WEBIST08_CDJV.pdf http://dbis.rwth-aachen.de/lehrstuhl/index.html http://www.rwth-aachen.de/go/id/hi/
  • E-learning in Hungary SDT - Sulinet Digital Knowlege Base
    • D igital curriculum database
    • C ontent management tool for teachers and students
    • L aunched in September 2004.
    • The goal was to create a complete curriculum database covering the
    • curriculum of grades 1-12
  • „ E-learning – the school of the future” – teachers’ further training programme URL: http:// nszfi.prompt.hu / user: nszfi , psw: nszfi
  • What to do?
    • Open Source Softwares
    • Creative Commons Licence
    • Networked learning!!!
    • Collaboration at EU level
  • Best practices (1)
    • World Wide Learn
    • http:// www.worldwidelearn.com
    • Founded in 1999, private
    • - Databases of online courses (in 2007, 16700 courses)
    • - BSC, MSC, MBA, PhD, short trainings
  • Best practices (2) World Wide Learn ECDL American Intercontinental University www.aiuonline.edu (Academic Programs)
  • Best practices (3) Massachusetts Institute of Technology http:// ocw.mit.edu
  • Best practice s (4)
    • LearnDirect - Anglia
    • http:// www.learndirect.co.uk /
    • Üzleti alapokon működő portál, sokkal szerényebb kínálattal mint az amerikai WorldWideLearn (DE: európai!)
  • Best practices (5) LearnDirect - Anglia
  • Best practices (6)
    • VideoLectures
    • http:// www.videolectures.net
    • Videolectures of the scientifical conferences (streaming).
    !
  • Thank you for your attention! Hartyányi Mária Prompt-G Educational Centre for Informatics H-2100 Gödöllő, Testvérvárosok útja 28. Web: www.prompt.hu Tel: (36) 28 430 695 Fax: (36) 28 415 434 Mobil: (36) 30 9960 472 E-mail: maria.hartyanyi@prompt.hu Skype: hmaria718 Blog: http://tanultani.blogspot.com