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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.

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digital skills working group

Digital Skills Working Group

Anja Balanskat

17/03/2010

members
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
requirements for the development of digital competence
Teachers’ needs (training: initial, in service)

Students’ needs

Assessment and curriculum

National / European certification

Involvement of parents

Requirements for the Development of Digital Competence
activities
Review of national curricula (currently ongoing)

Survey of national pilots of new forms of assessment

Case study research about teachers changed practices

Activities
review of national curricula
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.

Review of National Curricula
dswg members
Requirements from policy makers

What do they want to know?

DSWG MEMBERS

Type of evidence? Output formats?

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Meeting 21 April 2010

First results of curricula review

Specific national insights (e.g. knowledge building examples, assessment, initial teacher training)

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