Digital Skills Working Group. Anja Balanskat 17/03/2010. Members. Belgium (Flanders), Czech Republic, Finland , Italy, Lithuania, Norway , Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, April 2009: research findings on the status of digital technology use in teaching and learning.
Digital Skills Working Group
Teachers’ needs (training: initial, in service)
Assessment and curriculum
National / European certification
Involvement of parents
Review of national curricula (currently ongoing)
Survey of national pilots of new forms of assessment
Case study research about teachers changed practices
Digital competence is the application of
acquired knowledge, skills and
attitudes whenusing ICTIN ORDERto
perform a task adequately in a specific
context, SUCH AS education, work, and
personal or professional development.
Requirements from policy makers
What do they want to know?
Type of evidence? Output formats?
Meeting 21 April 2010
First results of curricula review
Specific national insights (e.g. knowledge building examples, assessment, initial teacher training)