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110914 svea presentation_concede_conference

  1. 1. Promoting Web 2.0 Uptake for Organisational and Personnel Development in VET and Adult Training Oeiras, 14 September 2011 www.svea‐project.eu www.svea‐project.eu
  2. 2. What is SVEA?SVEA addresses the collaboration and web 2.0 skills of teachers and trainers inboth Vocational Education and Training (VET) and adult training institutions,with a special focus on personnel and organizational development. o Promotion of the web 2.0 uptake in VET and Adult Training o Focus: Goals ✓Strengthen the trainers’ know‐how ✓Strengthen the use of Web 2.0 in VET and Adult Training Institutions o Activities: ✓ Collaborative Online‐Platform ✓ Web 2.0 Training programme www.svea‐project.eu
  3. 3. What is SVEA – European Partners www.svea‐project.eu
  4. 4. Needs Analysis The SVEA regional needs analysis is a result  of 5 regional analyses conducted in the SVEA  consortium regions.  The analysis was structured in four phases: o Stakeholder mapping o Desktop research  o Phone interviews o Regional round table workshopshttp://www.svea‐project.eu/fileadmin/_svea/downloads/SVEA_Regional_Needs_Analysis_01.pdf www.svea‐project.eu
  5. 5. SVEA Regional Analysis: Main Findings Barriers in the uptake of web 2.0 in VET and Adult training: Cultural / Acceptance  Lack of students motivation  Lack of acceptance  The mixing of work and social life  Strong reservation Structural / Institutional  Institutional policy  Lack of money and time  Legal responsability Technological  Digital gap  Usability  Lack of safety www.svea‐project.eu
  6. 6. SVEA Regional Analysis: Main Findings Benefits in the uptake of web 2.0 in VET and Adult training: Cultural  High level of collaboration  Chance to acquire new knowledge very quickly Structural / Institutional  Cost effective delivery of courses online  Flexibilty of learning: anytime, anywhere  Course and tools learner‐oriented  Building of a learning community Technological  Development of new underpinning knowledge and practical skills integrated with  existing professional work‐based competencies  Improved technical infrastructure www.svea‐project.eu
  7. 7. Scenario for an Optimized Implementation of Web 2.0 Tools in VET and Adult TrainingTo respond to the needs identified during the analysis SVEA has: Developed a collaborativeonline platform to be usedby learners and trainers Developed web 2.0 training which are offered to VET and adult training trainers from May 2011 onwards www.svea‐project.eu
  8. 8. SVEA Platform SVEA Platform is built using Open Atrium and has been designed to be easy-to-use and intuitive.  Platform in open source model  Create and edit content in different forms  Use the power of Drupal as a framework  Create subprojects with Features www.svea‐project.eu
  9. 9. Core Functionalities of the SVEA Platform Dashboard Blog NotebookCase Tracker Shoutbox Calendar www.svea‐project.eu
  10. 10. New Developed Functionalities Bookmarks Filedepot Todo‐ListePrivate Messaging  Questionnaire Social Network MultilingualismSystem www.svea‐project.eu
  11. 11. Web 2.0 TrainingThe SVEA learning modules aims to support the trainers from VET and adult training institutions to actually use those social media tools within their training systems.The SVEA learning modules are designed: as part of a teacher‐supported online or  blended learning course for individual learning as well as group‐based collaborative learning www.svea‐project.eu
  12. 12. Web 2.0 Training ModulesThe SVEA Learning modules cover the following topics:o Online Learningo Facebooko Blogging and Microbloggingo Video Sharing (You Tube)o Document Sharing (Google Docs)o Social Bookmarking (delicious)o Wikiso Web 2.0 Communications www.svea‐project.eu
  13. 13. Web 2.0 Training ModulesWhat main points are covered by each training module?o Introduction to the tool itselfo Examples of how to integrate the tool in training activitieso Practical tasks and reflection activities www.svea‐project.eu
  14. 14. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  15. 15. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  16. 16. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  17. 17. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  18. 18. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  19. 19. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  20. 20. Success Factors to Reach High-Quality Learning Resultso Respecting the target groupo Selection of adequate toolso Usabilityo Adoption of new roles  a) Trainer b) Learnero Clear strategy to implement web 2.0o Course type and structure www.svea‐project.eu
  21. 21. How to Structure a Training – SVEA‘s ExamplePre‐WS Start‐WS Online Week 1‐2 Online Week 3 Closing‐WebinarIntroduction to  Presentation  Expert group  Working groups:  Reports from the the training SVEA project  work: integration of  groups on the  new skills into  project Presentation of  Basis of e‐ Familiarisation  the working  development each participant learning and web  with Tools group by  2.0 developing a  Reflection,  training concept  evaluation Use of the SVEA  E‐Portfolio using the new  platform experienced  Clarification of  tools in the 2  open questions weeks before E‐Portfolio SVEA‐Platform: Notebook, Blog, Shoutbox, Private Messages, Groups, Fileshare,  Questionnaire www.svea‐project.eu
  22. 22. Measuring of High-Quality Learning Resultso Quantity / Quality o Participation/contribution to content development onlineo Factual knowledgeo Problem solving abilityo Measurement of social competenceo Willingness to cooperate www.svea‐project.eu
  23. 23. What comes next? o September 2011: Training in the partners‘ regions, constant  monitoring and improvement of the training modules o October 2011: Training modules for download in all partners‘  languages o November 2011: Publication of Guidelines on how to integrate  Web 2.0 in VET and Adult Training o 23 November 2011: Next Generation Learning Conference in  Brussels o December 2011: SVEA Platform download available www.svea‐project.eu
  24. 24. Petra Newrly  Cristina GallardoMFG Baden‐Württemberg,  Fundecyt, Breitscheidstr. 4,  C/ Montesinos 28 D‐70174 Stuttgart  E‐06002 Badajoz Email: newrly@mfg.de,  Email: cristina@fundecyt.es, www.svea‐project.eu www.svea‐project.eutwitter.com/SVEAproject twitter.com/SVEAproject www.svea‐project.eu

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