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Student profile, autonomy and flexibility the case of portugal

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What is a successful student?
Areas of competence:
Language and Texts
Information and Communication
Reasoning and Problem-solving
Autonomy and Personal Development
Critical and Creative Thinking
Scientific and Technological Knowledge
Interpersonal Relationship
Individual and Collective Well-Being and Health
Aesthetic and Artistic Sensitivity
Body Awareness and Domain

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Student profile, autonomy and flexibility the case of portugal

  1. 1. João Costa, Secretary of State of Education Portugal STUDENT PROFILE, AUTONOMY AND FLEXIBILITY THE CASE OF PORTUGAL
  2. 2. 1. The challenges for Portugal. 2. The ongoing measures. 3. The contribution of Education 2030. FROM RETENTION TO THRIVING
  3. 3. 40 years of democratic school – 40 years of progress PORTUGAL 1974-2018 1961 2016 Preschool attendance 0,9% 88,4% Transition to ISCED 2 7,5% 87,2% High-school enrollment 1,3% 75,2% Iliteracy 25,7% 5,2%
  4. 4. 1. Retention and early drop out are still very high. 2. Almost 1/3 of the students do not conclude high school in expected time. Problem of justice and equity Poverty is the main predictor of retention MAJOR CHALLENGE
  5. 5. STRUCTURED RESPONSE National Program for Promoting School Success (PNPSE) Strategic action plans and municipal educational plans In-service training Students’ Profile Education Strategy for Citizenship Inclusive education (New law for inclusion) Autonomy and Curriculum Flexibility Qualifica Program Curricular guidelines Pre-school (Investment in Pre-school) Evaluation Model (Changes in assessments) Essential Curriculum
  6. 6. What is a successful student? Areas of competence: Language and Texts Information and Communication Reasoning and Problem-solving Autonomy and Personal Development Critical and Creative Thinking Scientific and Technological Knowledge Interpersonal Relationship Individual and Collective Well-Being and Health Aesthetic and Artistic Sensitivity Body Awareness and Domain STRUCTURED RESPONSE Students’ Profile
  7. 7. Students’ Profile implies diversification of assessment instruments. - Focus on formative assessment. - Introduction of performative assessment - Qualitative feedback on national assessment STRUCTURED RESPONSE Evaluation Model
  8. 8. Curriculum overload problem Ongoing work with teacher professional societies. Horizontalization of curriculum. STRUCTURED RESPONSE Essential curriculum
  9. 9. Local solutions Local projects 25% flexibility in organization STRUCTURED RESPONSE Autonomy and Curriculum Flexibility
  10. 10. Work in progress
  11. 11. 1. Global debate. 2. Urgent debate. 3. Common concerns: equity; overload; better future. 4. Synergies with other projects (PISA, TALIS). CONTRIBUTIONS

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