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Polish E-ducational Policy


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Polish E-ducational Policy

  1. 1. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />StudyVisit MODN 2011<br />Alicja Wujec Kaczmarek and Renata Nycz<br />
  2. 2. TeacherE-training<br />‘Standards of teachertrainingin ICT’ 2003<br />prepared by theBoard of Media and ICT EducationatPolishMinistry of Education<br />Obligatory for allteachers<br />Theknowledge of terminology, hardware, software and theteachingmethodswhichapply ICT<br />ICT as an element of teachertraining<br />The role and use of ICT inthesubject field<br />
  3. 3. TeacherE-training<br />‘Standards of teachertrainingin ICT’ 2003<br />Humanistic, ethical, legal aspects of theuse of ICT<br />ICT as thedidactictoolinsubjectteaching<br />Stages of teacherprofessional development and ICT (PolishMinistry of EducationDirective, 2004) <br />requiretheability to apply ICT skillsinteaching<br />
  4. 4. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />New syllabusbase<br />Introducestheelements of ICT on alllevels of educationfromtheelementarylevel to thehighersecondaryschoolinallsubjects<br />Example: foreign lgs<br />I and II phases of education: afterthe 3rd grade a pupil isable to usepicturedictionaries, booksin multimedia form<br />
  5. 5. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />afterthe 6th grade a pupil isable to usethesources of informationin foreign lgwiththeuse of ICT (encyclopedia)<br />III phase of education: a student isable to write a short and simpletext eg. e-mails, canreact to an e-mail in a written form and usethe multimedia sources of information; a student hasvocabulary and lgskills to talk about science, technicalinventions, ICT and media.<br />
  6. 6. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />IV phase of education: a student usesthe multimedia sources of informationwiththeuse of ICT technologies<br />Althoughthenewsyllabusbasehasbeenintroducedintoschoolsthereis no legal regulationsconcerninge-ducation<br />
  7. 7. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />Step 1: Introduction of computer labsintoPolishschools on alllevels of educationfinanced by EFS<br />Step 2: Teachertrainingintheuse of ICT<br />Step 3: Purchase of necessary software<br />coordinated by thePolishMinistry of Education<br />The first phaseendedin 2008.<br />
  8. 8. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />Projectsaimedatcreatingeducationalplatforms on differentlevels of education: lowersecondaryschools, highersecondaryschools and universities<br />Introduction of e-learnigorblended learning systems (especiallyattheuniversities)<br />In 2010 introduction of e-learning and blended learning on thelowerlevels of education<br />
  9. 9. PolishE-ducational Policy<br />E-classregistersinlower and highersecondaryschools<br />to managetheadministrative and didacticwork of theteachers<br /> to communicatewithparentsepeciallyinvocationalschools<br />financed by theschoolsindividually<br />
  10. 10. E-school<br />Project ‘E-school’ in 2010 for lower and highersecondaryschools<br />Theaims of theproject<br />Introduction of computer equipment of newgeneration, e-books, interactivewhiteboards, digitalcameras<br />Offeringtheteacherstheaccess to didactic materials in electronic form<br />Test generators to preparetestsin paper and electronic forms<br />
  11. 11. E-school<br />Thepossibility of carring out differenttestscorrectedauthomaticallywiththetables of results<br />Classe-registers for thestudents and theteachers, thematic fora for teachers and students, the Internet information system for theparents<br />In the first phase of projectthedidactic materials will encompassthefollowingsubjects: Maths, Physics, Chemistry<br />
  12. 12. Innovativevocationalschool<br />Project ‘Innovativevocationalschool’ in 2009 financed by EFS OperationalProgrammeHuman Capital Programme<br />Theaims of theproject:<br />Teachertrainingin modern teachingmethods<br />Equippingschoolsinnewest hardware and software<br />
  13. 13. Innovativevocationalschool<br /><ul><li>Improvingthequality and attractiveness of vocationaleducation
  14. 14. Supportingtheschoolprogrammeswhicharedirected to equaltheeducationalchances and improvingtheeducationalprocesswith ICT tools
  15. 15. Preparingtheteachers to conductcurricular and extra-curricularclassesaimedat development of ICT keycompetences
  16. 16. Development of interdisciplinaryprojectswith ICT tools</li></li></ul><li>Innovativevocationalschool<br />Theteachers will haveadditionalclasses for atleast 1000 studentsinthe form of modules. Twentyvocationalschoolsfrom Opole provincewiththeirstudents, teachers and heads will participateintheproject.<br />
  17. 17. E-Academy of Future<br /><ul><li>e-Academy of Futureinoverregionalprogramme of development of keycompetenceswiththeemphasis on science, ICT, foreign languages and enterprise. ItfinancedwithEuropean Union funds.
  18. 18. Itisaimedatthestudents and teachers of lowersecondaryschoolsfromthewhole Poland. 200 lowersecondaryschools, 1500 teachers oraz 15000 first yearstudentswhohavebeguntheireducationinschoolyear 2010/2011 will take part intheproject.
  19. 19. It will last for 3 yearsfromthe 1st September 2010 tilltheend of schoolyear 2012/2013</li></li></ul><li>School 2.0<br />Theprojectinitiated by Gazeta Wyborcza isaimedattheteachersfromalleducationallevewlswhofeeltheneeed to introduce ICT intoPolishschools. Theteacherswhowhant to teachtheirstudentshow to use electronic sources of information and the Internet in a creative and responsibleway. Theprojecthelps to developcriticalthinkingskills, selecting and verifyinginformation and usingtheoreticalknowledgeinreal life situations.<br /> <br />
  20. 20. School 2.0<br />Codes 2.0(examples of goodpracticehow to use ICT technologiesworked out duringdebates and discussionsinschools<br />ICT tasks (theways to test and introducecodes 2.0 duringthelessons and athome)<br />Educationalprojects (themethodpromoting student authonomy, creativity and cooperation<br />SchoolFestivals 2.0 (theways to celebratetheschoolachievementsinthe field of ICT<br />Expertsdebates and conferences<br />Workshops and training for theprojectparticipants.<br />
  21. 21. ProblemswithE-ducation<br />No legal regulations<br />Insufficient financial support, lack of modern equipment and the Internet accessinnumerousschools<br />Mentalbarriers (teachers, headteachers)<br />Inadequateteachertraining<br />Disappearingprojects: One laptop for one pupil<br />
  22. 22. Thankyou for yourattention<br />