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  • Transversal skills
    Framework represents both 21st Century Student Outcomes Content Knowledge and 21st Century Themes Learning and Innovation Skills Creativity and Innovation Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Information Media and Technology Skills Information Literacy Media Literacy ICT Literacy and Life and Career Skills Flexibility Adaptability Initiative Self Direction Social Cross Cultural Skills Productivity Accountability Leadership Responsibility 21st Century Support Systems 21st Century Standards Assessment of 21st Century Skills 21st Century Curriculum and Instruction 21st Century Professional Development and 21st Century Learning Environments 21CLD The six rubrics of 21CLD 2013 21st Century Learning Design SRI https www sri com work projects 21st century learning design 21cld of 21st century learning each of which represents important skills for students for develop Collaboration Knowledge construction Skilled communication Real world problem solving and innovation Use of ICT for learning and Self regulation EnGauge 21 st century skills EnGauge 21 st century skills 2003 http pict sdsu edu engauge21st pdf based on two years of study represented the fresh serious new perspective required in light of recent historical events globalization and the idiosyncrasies of the Digital Age The following skill clusters when considered within the context of rigorous academic standards are intended to provide the public business and industry and educators with a common understanding of and language for discussing what is needed by students citizens and workers in the Digital Age Digital Age Literacy Basic scientific economic and technological literacies Visual and information literacies Multicultural literacy and global awareness Inventive Thinking Adaptability and managing complexity Self direction Curiosity creativity and risk taking Higher order thinking and sound reasoning Effective Communication Teaming collaboration and interpersonal skills Personal social and civic responsibility Interactive communication High Productivity Prioritizing planning and managing for results Effective use of real world tools Ability to produce relevant high quality products Each skill cluster is further broken down into representative skill sets which offer guidance on recognizing student performance in developing the enGauge21st Century Skills ATC21S ATC21S project in 2012 Assessment Teaching of 21st century skills http www atc21s org defined ten 21st century skills into four broad categories Ways of thinking Creativity and innovation Critical thinking problem solving and decision making Learning to learn and metacognition Ways of working Communication Collaboration and teamwork Tools for working Information literacy ICT literacy Living in the world Citizenship global and local DeSeCo DeSeCo project in 2003 Definition and Selection of Key Competencies http www oecd org pisa 35070367 pdf designed key competencies in three broad categories Using tools interactively The ability to use language symbols and text interactively The ability to use knowledge and information interactively The ability to use technology interactively Interacting in heterogeneous groups The ability to relate well with others The ability to cooperate The ability to manage and resolve conflicts Acting autonomously The ability to act within the big picture The ability to form and conduct life plans and personal projects The ability to assert rights interests limits and needs In 2014 based on DeSeCo Finegold Notabartolo http www hewlett org uploads

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  • ATS2020
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  • ATS2020 LITERATURE
    id 10272 Gülbahar Yasemin Christian Rapp and Jennifer Erlemann 2014 Social Media Toolkit Supporting Instructors to Create Social and Unbound Learning Spaces in Higher Education In Rummler Klaus Ed Medien in der Wissenschaft Lernräume gestalten Bildungskontexte vielfältig denken 599 607 Münster Waxmann https www waxmann com fileadmin media zusatztexte 3142Volltext pdf Heeren Bastiaan and Johan Jeuring Feedback services for stepwise exercises Science of Computer Programming 88 2014 110 129 http www sciencedirect com science article pii S0167642314000884 Henrick Gavin 2010 Some examples of Mahara usage Presentation at IMOOT 2010 WWW http www slideshare net ghenrick a case studies presentation Herber Erich and Andrea Ghoneim eds 2013 2015 EPortfolio for EUfolio Generic functional Specification http mahara eufolio eu view view php id 10270 Himpsl Klaus and Peter Baumgartner 2009 Evaluation of E Portfolio Software International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning iJET 4 1 16 http peter baumgartner name wp content uploads 2013 08 Himpsl Baumgartner 2009 Evaluation of E Portfolio Software pdf Hoeppner Kristina 2014 Mahara ePortfolios For Moodle Users Lecture recording from iMoot 2014 https www youtube com watch v 59jzvY42iJ8 Jenson Jill D 2011 Promoting Self regulation and Critical Reflection Through Writing Students Use of Electronic Portfolio In International Journal of ePortfolio Bd 1 Nr 1 49 60 2008 updated 2015 Guide Assessing e portfolios https www jisc ac uk guides e portfolios assessing e portfolios http www jisc ac uk guides electronic assessment management Johnson L Adams Becker S Estrada V Freeman A Kampylis P Vuorikari R and Punie Y 2014 Horizon Report Europe 2014 Schools Edition Luxembourg Publications Office of the European Union Austin Texas The New Media Consortium Available at 25 3 2015 https ec europa eu jrc sites default files 2014 nmc horizon report eu en online pdf Kalwaney Sonia S 2015 Bringing the teaching portfolio to the 21stcentury with OneNote https blogs office com 2015 10 13 bringing the teaching portfolio to the 21st century with onenote Kreuh N 2012 Ed The way towards e competency E Centre of the E Education Project No 7 2012 Bulletin Ljubljana available at 25 3 2015 http www sio si fileadmin dokumenti bilteni E solstvo BILTEN ANG 2012 screen pdf Microsoft in Education Using SharePoint and Office 365 for class projects and returning marking assignments http www schoolnet org za PILP office365 sharepoint education5 submissions html Microsoft Teacher Academy 2015 OneNote The Ultimate Collaboration Tool Online Course https mva microsoft com en US training courses teacher academy the ultimate collaboration tool an introduction to onenote 11414 l PLqIASQGB 2604668935 Mor Y Ferguson R Wasson B 2015 Editorial learning design teacher inquiry into student learning and learning analytics a call for action British Journal of Educational Technology 46 2 221 229 Narciss Susanne 2013 Designing and Evaluating Tutoring Feedback Strategies for digital learning environments on the basis of the Interactive Tutoring Feedback Model Digital Education Review 23 2013 7 26 http www phil uni passau de fileadmin dokumente lehrstuehle narciss Narciss S 2013 Designing and Evaluating Tutoring

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  • ATS2020
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  • Centre for Educational Research and Evaluation, Cyprus
    enabled to view it member Goal of partner in ATS 2020 project The CERE is a Co leader in WP5 and is therefore the partner responsible for the qualitative evaluation of the experimentation Along with the ERI and in close cooperation with all partner countries the CERE will develop the research design for the evaluation of the implementation of the project the CERE will focus on the qualitative aspects of

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  • ATS2020
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  • Partners
    pilot school in the school year 2016 2017 CVO Antwerpen will host the ATS2020 final conference in Brussels in 2018 Department of Interactive Media and Educational Technologies IMB Krems Print Email Project team Univ Prof Dr Peter Baumgartner project manager Dr Andrea Ghoneim researcher leader of WP2 technology and tools Gregor Pirker technician Wolfgang Rauter MSc researcher dissemination Gerhild Schabasser assistant Isabell Grundschober researcher Univ Prof Dipl Inf Dr phil habil Bernhard Ertl research supervision Goal of partner in ATS 2020 project The Department of Interactive Media and Educational Technologies IMB of Danube University Krems leads WP 2 Tools and Technologies The WP2 team is responsible for the development of the tools package including environments for teaching learning and assessment After having set up a basic infrastructure for the initial training work we carry out further development of digital tools in the project according to the needs arising in the course of the project In cooperation with the WP2 key partners we also care for the maintenance of tools and the provision of the top level tech support Placing a strong focus on reaseach and its application in teaching learning scenarios we are contributing to the dissemination and exploitation of the project results mainly by conference presentations posters workshops and communcation of our work in the framework of university teaching and expert newsletters such as the one edited by the IMB itself http www donau uni ac at de department imb news index php A dissemination page in German and English Link highlighted part to http mahara eufolio eu view view php id 10423 showing the work of IMB of Danube University from March to December 2015 was set up in Mahara an ePortfolio platform used in the project Monaghan Education Centre Print Email Project team Pádraig Kirk Director JCT Manager Sinéad Tuohy Project Co Ordinator Donal O Mahony Trainer Clare McPhillips Administration Finance Goal of partner in ATS 2020 project Cycle for Teachers JCT is a dedicated continuing professional development CPD support service of the Department of Education and Skills based in Monaghan Education Centre Our aim is to support schools in their implementation of Junior Cycle lower secondary education reform Our Key Skills for Junior Cycle are closely linked to Transversal Skills and ongoing assessment formative and summative is an integral element of Junior Cycle reform in Ireland Within ATS2020 we are essential partners in WP3 developing CPD materials for teachers including innovative learning scenarios and in WP4 pilot implementation in 25 schools JCT will collect data from the pilot implementation for WP5 evaluation and prepare relevant reports and statistics We will also actively disseminate the project both nationally and internationally while liaising with the Department of Education and Skills on the mainstreaming and multiplication of project findings and results Ministry of Education and Culture Cyprus Print Email Project team Yiorgos Koutsides e mail This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it leader coordinator Christos Papadopoulos member Marios Kyprianou member Stelios

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  • CVO Antwerpen
    general director Scholengroep 1 Antwerpen Sophie Van Der Avort director CVO Antwerpen Goal of partner in ATS 2020 project As member school of the school district Scholengroep 1 Antwerpen CVO Antwerpen will collaborate closely with the international office of this school district and will pilot the ATS2020 methodology and tools in minimum 25 secondary schools in the Flemish region of Belgium In order to do so it will first organise

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