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  1. 1. E-Community of Practice for extra-curricular learning modelsE-CoP167127- LLP - 1 - 2009 - 1 - IT - KA1 - KA1ECETB<br />
  2. 2. Round table Agenda<br />14.00-14.30 E-CoP introduction<br />14.30-15.30 Presentation of results (ideas and focus points for extra-curricular learning models)<br />15.30-16.00 Coffee break<br />16.00-17.30 Round table – Which learning models for the future?<br />17.30-19.00 Happy hour<br />
  3. 3. Overview<br />Lifelong Learning Programme<br /> Support for European Cooperation in Education and Training <br /> Trasversal programme<br />KA1 - Policy Cooperation and Innovation<br />Part B: Support for transnational cooperation in the development and <br />implementation of national and regional lifelong learning strategies<br />
  4. 4. The overall project<br />Starts on February 1, 2010 <br />Ends on Jenuary 31, 2011<br />5 european partners<br />4 countries represented <br />
  5. 5. The partnership<br />Centro METID - Politecnico di Milano, Italy<br />Fondazione CEFASS, Italy<br />Centre de coordination et de gestion des programmes européens (CCG), Directorate- General of Education of the Belgium Ministry (Communauté française), Belgium<br />Volkshochschule im Landkreis Cham e.V., Deutchland<br />The Department of Interactive Media and learning, Umeå Universitet, Sweden<br />
  6. 6. Why E-CoP<br />Partnership points of interest...<br />Investigate how to maintain students at school and improve their scholastic results<br />To valorise and potentiate the exchanging experiences of knowledge-transfer practices with the objective of reaching methodologies able to be flexible enough to adapt to different local realities<br />
  7. 7. E-CoP idea<br />Which is the element that has been successful in keeping students and school, enthusiasm them to learning, and improve their scholastic results?<br />more interactive way of teaching and learning that lets students become active actors of their educative career<br />Innovative learning experiences and/or models<br />
  8. 8. 8<br />Why Extra-curricular?<br />Learning Week Model<br />target   young students from 14-18 years old <br />contents   mix of curricular and extracurricular/interdisciplinary/vocational contents<br />practical-oriented the teaching staff may provide experiences directly from the labour market<br />In reality extra-curricularisanexpressionstronglyconnectedwithItalian reality: in all the othercountries innovative teaching and learning are more integrated in education system<br />
  9. 9. Main project phases<br />Shared vision on issues eraised <br />Shared definition of innovative <br />learning model<br />a group of people who share an interest, a craft, and/or a profession. <br />Community of practice life<br />Identifying some of the most interesting innovative learning<br />sharing and analizing different experiences<br />Compare stranghts and weaknesses on different national experiences<br />
  10. 10. E-CoP specific objectives<br />E-CoP project enables online collaboration among partner institutions and European professionals in order to:<br /><ul><li>Investigatehowtoincrease/maintain a high level of participation in educationprogrammes, thusreducing the high drop-outratesbyreintegratingyoung people socially and professionally;</li></ul>• Improve the quality of learning outcomesforlearners/studentsbydiscussingaboutdeveloped innovative learningmethodologies and bydesigningguidelinesfor the delivery of quality learning;<br />• Establishnetworksbetween the project partners’ in order to promote a self-reinforcingexchangeof experiences<br />
  11. 11. Thankyouforyourattention!<br />