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    • MOSEP - More Self-Esteem with my E-Portfolio Development of a train-the-trainer course for e-portfolio tutors a Leonardo da Vinci Project
    • The Problem: Drop-outs! Benchmark 2010
    • Requirement: Upskilling! “ 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)‏
    • “ Every act of conscious learning requires the willingness to suffer an injury to one’s self-esteem. That is why young children, before they are aware of their own self-importance, learn so easily.” Thomas Szasz
    • MOSEP - Details
      • 10 parters from 7 EU-countries:
        • Austria Germany
        • France United Kingdom
        • Lithuania Poland
        • Bulgaria
      • Duration: 2 years (August 2006 – July 2008)
      • Funding Programme: Leonardo da Vinci (Pilot Projekts – A/06/B/F/PP – 158.301)
      • Website: http://www.mosep.org
    • MOSEP - Aims
      • The age group of 14-16-year-olds will be familiarised with e-portfolio as a method for self directed and life-long learning.
      • Teachers will be traines to support young learners 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
    • MOSEP - Outcomes
      • MOSEP Study – Grab your future with an e-portfolio
      • MOSEP course for teachers, trainers and vocational counsellors freely accessible http://wiki.mosep.org
      • MOSEP pilot testing and evaluation of the training course
      • 4th EduMedia conference: Salzburg June 2008
    • MOSEP - Solution
      • Raising awareness using methods of Self Organised Learning with e-portfolios
      • Materials are delivered as a „buffet of resources“ rather than a „ready-to-serve meal“ (using a Wiki)
      • Materials are software- and platform independent, focusing on the didactical method and consulting process
      • Materials are self-explanatory and fit for different target groups and sectors
      • Materials are available online (www.mosep.org) or offline (on a DVD).
    • Skills – needed by eP tutors
      • | Play – the capacity to experiment with one’s surroundings
      • | Performance – the ability to adopt alternative identities
      • | Simulation – the ability to interpret and construct dynamic models of real-world
      • | Appropriation – the ability to meaningfully sample and remix media content.
      • | Multitasking – the ability to scan one’s environment and shift focus
      • Distributed Cognition – the ability to interact meaningfully with tools
      • | Collective Intelligence – the ability to pool knowledge and compare notes
      • | Judgment – the ability to evaluate the reliability and credibility of sources.
      • | Transmedia Navigation – the ability to follow the flow of stories and information
      • | Networking – the ability to search for, synthesize, and disseminate information.
      • | Negotiation – the ability to travel across diverse communities
    • Teachers should be able to ..
      • | articulate the difference between assessment OF learning and FOR learning;
      • | implement classroom-based assessment FOR learning strategies;
      • | provide specific and detailed feedback to learners about their learning;
      • | support student reflection through modelling and research-based practices;
      • | create an environment that facilitates students’ deep learning.
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    • Structure of the course
    • MOSEP Toolbox: http://www.mosep.org
      • Contact:
      • Wolf Hilzensauer
      • Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft
      • Jakob Haringer Str. 5
      • 5020 Salzburg / Austria
      • [email_address]
      • http://www.salzburgresearch.at
      • http://www.mosep.org