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OUT-IN: O rganising, U sing and T ransferring IN novation  LLP-LDV/TOI/07/IT/017 THE COURSEWARE Focus Group Manchester, 14 th – 16 th February 2008 Venue: Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA). What is ... and what for. WHAT IS.

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OUT-IN: Organising, Using and Transferring INnovation

 LLP-LDV/TOI/07/IT/017

THE COURSEWARE

Focus Group

Manchester, 14th – 16th February 2008

Venue: Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA)

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What is ... and what for...

WHAT IS...

A Prototype of self-training courseware, and related didactic contents

WHAT FOR...

To foster the development of operators’ competencies in European planning.

In particular the courseware is addressed to:

Teachers, Trainers, School Managers, Directors of Training Centers,

Administrative staff supporting training and education actions,

operators working within education and training policies Institutions.

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What is ... and what for...

The MODEL proposed

doesnot pretend neither to transfer the whole of necessary knowledge,

neither to substituteexperience

but

FOCUSES ON A FEW SPECIFIC LEARNING ISSUES

functional to support and promote

the development of particular (sometimes technical) abilities

that very often are held only by “professionals”,

not usually known or transferred and rarely applied.

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The Structure of the Courseware

The Courseware is articulated in two macro training sessions:

Session 1 - ANSWERING TO A CALL: THE PLANNING PHASE

focused on competences and learning areas related to the conceiving and writing of a proposal.

Session 2- TO REALISE A PROJECT: THE IMPLEMENTING PHASE

focused on competences and learning areas strictly linked to the implementing process of the activities planned.

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The Structure of the Courseware

Each Session is articulated in Modules and Units.

Introduction

SESSION 1

Module 1

Introduction

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit …

Test

Module 2

Module …

Session 1 - The Planning Phase: 7 Modules + 1 transversal and 16 Units

Session 2 - The Implementing Phase: 6 Modules and 9 Units

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Session 1: Answering to a call - The Planning phase

M1 - CONTEXT ANALYSIS

M2 - GENERAL AND SPECIFIC AIMS

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Session 1: Answering to a call - The Planning phase

M7 - DISSEMINATION/VALORISATION

MT1 (Transversal Module) - INNOVATION

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Session 2: To realise a project - The Implementing phase

M1 - WORKPLAN: THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

M2 - WORKPLAN - MONITORING AND EVALUATION IN ITINERE

M3 - WORKPLAN - PARTNERSHIP COORDINATION AND MANAGEMENT

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Session 2: To realise a project - The Implementing phase

M4 - PRODUCTS REALISATION/GOALS ACHIEVEMENT

M5 - EVALUATION/ASSESSMENT

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