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Quality of education at local, regional, national and European level. Future objectives of Education and training systems For the future of Europe By Yves Beernaert, KHLeuven. A proverb.

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quality of education at local regional national and european level

Quality of education at local, regional, national and European level

Future objectives of Education and training systems

For the future of Europe

By

Yves Beernaert, KHLeuven

a proverb
A proverb

When planning for a year, plant corn. When planning for a decade plant trees. When planning for life, train and educate people

references
References
  • Draft Council conclusions on the follow-up to the report on the concrete objectives of education and training systems; 29 Nov. 2001
  • Communication from the Commission: Making a European area of lifelong learning a reality; 29 Nov. 2001
  • Socrates II, Leonardo da Vinci, Youth etc.
  • Innovative schools, OECD, 1999
  • http://www.europa.eu.int
lisbon european council 23 24 03 200 0
Lisbon European council23-24/03/2000
  • The European Union is to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based society in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion
communication from the commission 21 11 2001
Communication from the Commission 21/11/2001

Making a European Area of Lifelong Learning a Reality

Lifelong learning is, however, about much more than economics. It also promotes the goals and ambitions of European countries to become more inclusive, tolerant and democratic.

resolution of 1976 on education
Resolution of 1976 on education
  • Migrants children
  • Knowledge of education systems
  • Facts and figures
  • Equal opportunities
  • Languages
  • Higher education
since 1976
Since 1976
  • 1987: Erasmus
  • 1988: Resolution on European dimension
  • 1989: Lingua
  • 1992 – 1994: MSP pilot (school partnerships)
  • 1995: Socrates I
  • 2000: Socrates II
  • 2006: Socrates III ???
since report lisbon council
Since Report Lisbon Council
  • Report on the Future Concrete Objectives of Education and Training Systems (Feb.2001)
  • Follow-up to Objectives report(Nov.2001)
  • The eLearning initiative as part of theeEurope action plan(2000)
  • A European area of lifelong learning(2001) based on the Memorandum on lifelong learning
  • A European research area(2001-2)
29 november 2001
29 November 2001

Draft Conclusions on the follow-up report on the concrete future objectives of education and training systems

in view of the preparation of the Joint Council/Commission report to be presented to the Spring 2002 European Council in Barcelona

3 strategic objectives
3 strategic objectives

1. Improving the quality and effectiveness of education and training systems in Europe

2. Facilitating access of all to education and training systems

3. Opening Up education and training systems to the wider world

strategic objective 1
Strategic objective 1
  • 1. Improving the quality and effectiveness of education and training systems in Europe
strategic objective 11
Strategic objective 1
  • 1.1. Improving education and training for teachers and trainers
  • 1.2.Developing skills for the knowledge society
  • 1.3. Ensuring access to ICT for everyone
  • 1.4. Increasing the recruitment to scientific and technical studies
  • 1.5. Making the best of resources
1 1 improving education and training for teachers and trainers
1.1. Improving education and training for teachers and trainers
  • Support teachers and trainers, (3 I’s in LLL)
  • Skills teachers and trainers needs for changing role in knowledge society: coach, facilitator
  • Sufficient level of entry of profession; long term needs; making teaching more attractive
  • Recruit teachers with other professional experience
1 2 developing skills for the knowledge society
1.2. Developing skills for the knowledge society
  • Identifying new basic skills; integrate them with traditional skills in curricula
  • Basic skills accessible to all, including less advantaged
  • Promoting official validation of basic skills

(competencies and skills)

1 3 ensuring access to ict for everyone
1.3. Ensuring access to ICT for everyone
  • Adequate equipment and educational software to apply ICT and eLearning processes in teaching and training
  • Encourage the best use of innovative teaching and learning techniques based on ICT

(Eur. Computer driving Licence, learning platforms etc.)

1 4 increasing th e recruitment to scientific technical studies
1.4. Increasing the recruitment to scientific & technical studies
  • Increase interest in maths, science and technology from an early age
  • Motivating young peole to choose studies in those fields and research careers and scientificic disciplines with shortages of qualified personnel
  • Improve gender balance in this field
  • Sufficient teachers in those fields

(co-operation with science museums, research institutes, specialised companies)

1 5 making the best of resources
1.5. Making the best of resources
  • Increase investment in human resources and ensure an equitable and effective distribution
  • Support the development of compatible quality assurance systems respecting diversity
  • Develop the potential of public-private partnership

(professional development teachers, staff)

strategic objective 2
Strategic objective 2
  • Facilitating access of all to education and training systems
strategic objective 21
Strategic objective 2
  • 2.1. Open learning environments
  • 2.2. Making learning more attractive
  • 2.3. Supporting active citizenship, equal opportunities and social cohesion
2 1 open learning environments
2.1. Open learning environments
  • Broaden access to lifelong learning: information, advice and guidance
  • Enhance effective participation of adult sin LL combined with other responsibilities and activities
  • Learning accessible to all
  • Flexible learning paths

(dual learning systems)

2 2 making learning more attractive
2.2. Making learning more attractive
  • Encourage young people to remain after end of compulsory education
  • Official validation of non formal learning
  • Making learning more attractive in formal, informal and non formal education

(APEL, portfolios)

2 3 supporting active citizenship equal opportunities and social cohesion
2.3. Supporting active citizenship, equal opportunities and social cohesion
  • Promote learning of democratic values and democratic participation
  • Integrate fully equal opportunities in education and training
  • Ensure fair access to acquisition of skills for less privileged

(active citizenship, peer education models, violence in schools)

strategic objective 3
Strategic objective 3
  • Opening Up education and training systems to the wider world
strategic objective 31
Strategic objective 3
  • 3.1. Strengthening the links with working life and research, and society at large
  • 3.2. Developing the spirit of enterprise
  • 3.3. Improving foreign language learning
  • 3.4. Increasing mobility and exchange
  • 3.5. Strengthening European co-operation
3 1 strengthen the links with working life and research and society at large
3.1. Strengthen the links with working life and research and society at large
  • Promote close co-operation between education and training systems and society at large
  • Partnerships between all types of education, training, firms and research facilities

(Learning communities: www.barcelona2004.org)

3 2 developing the spirit of enterprise
3.2. Developing the spirit of enterprise
  • Promote sense of initiative and creativity to develop entrepreneurship
  • Facilitate acquisition of skills needed to set up and run a business

(www.csreurope.org)

3 3 improving foreign language learning
3.3. Improving foreign language learning
  • Encourage everyone to learn TWO or more languages and increase awareness for foreign language learning
  • Encourage schools and training institutions to use efficient teaching and training methods to motivate language learning

(language portfolio)

3 4 increase mobility and exchange
3.4. Increase mobility and exchange
  • Provide widest access to mobility
  • Monitor mobility
  • Facilitate validation and recognition of competencies acquired during mobility

(portfolios, Europass)

3 5 strengthening european co operation
3.5. Strengthening European co-operation
  • Enhance recognition processes for further study, training and employment through Europe
  • Promote co-operation between responsible organisations and authorities towards quality assurance and accreditation
  • Transparency of information on education and training opportunities to create the open European area for education
the role of the regions in europe
The role of the regions in Europe
  • Develop regional strategies
  • Co-operation with other regions
  • Regional (learning, educational) audits
  • Regional (learning) objectives
  • Regional funding in specific areas
  • Co-operation Committee of the Regions
  • Learning regions
european projects
European projects
  • Partnerships as learning organisations
  • Schools integrated into learning communities
  • European partnerships linking across the wider world (Mediterranean!)
  • Active methodologies (e.g. Constructivist)
  • Strong evaluation
innovative schools as learning communities
Innovative schools as learning communities
  • Caring environment
  • Innovative Learning environment
  • Promotion of active (global) citizenship
  • Internationalisation + networking
  • Profess. development staff, heads, teachers
  • Links school and community
conclusion
Conclusion

It takes a village to raise a child !