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Workshop Standards of the “New Ukrainian School”: Competence Potential. Reload

Workshop Standards of the “New Ukrainian School”: Competence Potential. Reload

Wprn: WP18-TP-EL




The workshop 'Standards of the "New Ukrainian School”: Competence Potential. Reload' taking place from 24 to 27 April 2018 aims at supporting the Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science as well as its working group of national experts in the design of learning outcome based education standards for the New Ukrainian School by integrating entrepreneurship and digital key competences on basis of the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (EntreComp) and the European Digital Competence Framework (DigComp) and linked to the lessons learned in the implementation of key competences in the EU and its partner countries.
Expected result is an advanced draft of the “Competence Potential” of the New Ukrainian School's state education standard (basic and upper secondary, profiled education), in line with the key competence progression model and with the European Entrepreneurship and Digital Competence Frameworks. This work will include inputs from the team of experts of the European Wergeland Centre (Norway) who promote the Civic and Democratic Culture framework of the Council of Europe.

Type of Event: PL
Place: Kyiv (Ukraine)
Date: 04/24/2018
Topic(s): Lifelong learning; Employment; Education and business; education and business
Project: WP18-TP-EL
Organiser: Florian Kadletz, Olena Bekh, Galyna Terzi ;
Contacts: Florian Kadletz, Olena Bekh, Galyna Terzi;



Topics

    VET system assessment

    Lifelong learning

    Put simply, lifelong learning means that people can – and should have the opportunity to – learn throughout their lives.

    Skills and migration

    Skills and migration

    Increased labour mobility across borders brings the skills issue onto the international agenda so the ETF also focuses on policy actions related to skills and employment of both emigrants and returnees.

    Entrepreneurial learning

    Entrepreneurial learning

    The ETF aims to develop the capacity of partner country institutions and other stakeholders in developing, monitoring and reviewing policies in the areas of entrepreneurial learning and enterprise skills.

    Employment and Employability

    Employment and Employability

    “Employment”: promoting better functioning and inclusive labour markets and vocational education and training systems in ETF partner countries.

    Qualifications Systems

    Qualifications Systems

    The ETF's role in qualifications is to provide expertise for the reform of qualifications systems in partner countries, in their various stages of planning and implementation.

    Learning and teaching in VET

    Learning and teaching in VET

    Teachers are a critical factor in education reforms. The ETF takes therefore the role of schools and teachers seriously throughout its work.

    VET quality assurance

    VET quality assurance

    Quality assurance is provided through the development of methodological instruments to facilitate a structured policy learning process, integrating quality assurance principles, and reinforcing the quality assurance dimension in the Torino Process.

    VET Governance

    People around a table

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