The European Commission supports the use of digital technologies for schools a new launched a trial version of the tool.
600 schools from 14 countries, suppliers in Europe at the beginning of the school year 2018 before the pilot stage, the opportunity to test the new ‘ SELFIE ‘ tool.
EU Commissioner for education, culture, youth and sports, Tibor Navracsics, “new SELFIE tool, better learning outcomes for the digital technologies used to support European schools who want to see. In today’s world of digital information. In the future, 10 9 digital skills will be required to work. In addition, new technologies of the digital skills that people can safely and securely use and interact with community members is vital to ensure that they are, therefore, towards their students of the schools set from the very beginning to gain the skills. ”
Digital technologies to improve teaching, learning and offers new opportunities. However, these technologies integrate in a meaningful way, continues to be a challenge for schools and only the presence of digital equipment’s better converting their learning outcomes. Enabling functions by promoting active learning with educational technology means thinking about yourself on the new SELFIE tool that schools teaching activities of digital technology in the best way possible in order to take advantage of their own strengths and weaknesses evaluation helps them.
SELFIE, co-funded by the European Commission, is being developed in conjunction with experts throughout Europe.
Focus on learning, not the technology.
SELFIE, teachers, school leaders and students, the use of digital technologies to learn in schools a snapshot of asking a series of questions to present. The vehicle is primarily focuses on learning and school strategies instead of technology, teaching practices, infrastructure, curriculum and student experience takes into account all the dimensions.
The comparison is not improving.
All data is anonymous and individual schools, students or teachers cannot be tracked. Replies to each school are strengths, weaknesses and develop a report that specifies the fields used for improvement. This report is for dialogue and thinking in school. Focus is advancing, therefore SELFIE only digital ‘ champions ‘ or not highly innovative ones, can be used by any school.
70 the Commission to design the training specialist SELFIE worked together and 5000 school leader, teacher and student information. The pilot project is at the stage now. National coordinators in each country, device 14 countries (11 EU Member States, plus Sırbis, Georgia and Russia) schools and makes it easy to test. The final version of the beginning of 2018 SELFIE ready for additional research (e.g., focus groups, case studies) will be followed. Map of the participating schools are currently online.
How does it work?
Destekleyerek SELFIE, Education Technology Innovation upon learning Effective self assessment. The basic assumption is that the digital age learning, a gifted school literary terms both top-down and bottom-up approach is followed, and all members of the school community is sensitive to the needs and opinions and support is provided. That’s why SELFIE contains important actors: school leaders, teachers and students. “One size dress, fits all” approach does not follow, instead of fully customizable for each school.
SELFIE, what educational institutions need to be digitally competent offering a detailed explanation is based on Digitally Competent Educational Authority. Project, the European Commission Joint Research Centre and education, youth, sport and culture was developed by the Directorate-General. The EU’s digital skills and learning new tools for developing supports and political objectives for the development of the school initiative and is perfect for training the perfect start in life.