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ATS2020 Pilot Country Update Ireland March 2017

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Transcript of ATS2020 Pilot Country Update Ireland March 2017

School & Subject ATS2020 Projects
Irish Pilot Implementation Update
What are Transversal Skills?
Transversal skills refer to a broad set of key skills that are known to be critically important to
success in school, further education and the world of work.
They include
the ability to think critically, take initiative, use digital tools, solve problems and work collaboratively.
Our Irish Context
The introduction of transversal competencies to education systems
requires a shift in thinking
about
how we teach

and
how students learn
. Assessment can guide or inhibit this
Assessment of Transversal Competencies (UNESCO: 2016)
Learners will be enabled
to use and analyse information in new and creative ways, to investigate issues, to explore, to think for themselves, to be creative in solving problems
and
to apply their learning
to new challenges and situations
... these competences and skills are
critical to the preparation of young people for learning and living.

Framework for Junior Cycle (DES: 2015)
Project Background
An innovative Erasmus + research project co-funded by the European Commission
29 Irish schools, 61 teachers, 1300+ students. All Lower Secondary
Develop ATS2020 ePortfolio platforms and tools
Create a repository of lesson plans and resources for sharing exemplifying work from ATS 2020 classrooms
Key Project Steps
Design and develop the Transversal Skills Framework
Involves 17 education partners from 11 European countries:
Ireland, Greece, Cyprus, Belgium, Slovenia, Estonia, Finland, Croatia, Spain, Lithuania
Partners are drawn from Ministries for Education, National Assessment Bodies, Teacher Education Institutions, 3rd Level Colleges, National CPD Providers, Education consultants
Three year project spanning 2015-2018
AIM:
To design and develop an innovative student-centered learning model which supports the development of transversal skills as an integral part of teaching, assessment and learning
Design teacher CPD programme and resources
Facilitate high quality CPD and mentor schools in throughout the pilot implementation
Carry out pre- and post pilot evaluations
Evaluation report and policy recommedations
An Update on The Irish Classroom Pilot
Sample Support Materials
ATS2020 Classroom Examples
Initial Teacher Training April 2016 & Follow-Up Training September 2016
Approach mirroring UNESCO Framework-Literacy, Knowledge, Creation
Student Pre-Pilot questionnaire administered
Webinars & School Mentoring Visits
Continue Case Study Visits
For the remainder of the pilot:
Student Reflection Prompts
Student 'Can Do' Statements
Developing Digital Literacy
Safe and Ethical Use
of the Internet
Verifying 'Fake News'
Eufolio (2015) model adapted from Abrami & Barrett (2005) and Himpsl-Gutterman (2012)
What Transversal Skills are Fostered using Process-Focused ePortfolios?
Autonomy
Autonomy
Autonomy
Communicating
Communicating
Collaboration
Collaboration
Information Literacy
Communicating
Creativity & Innovation
Formative Assessment, Autonomy & Collaboration
Level One
Level Two
Level Three
adapted from: http://www.core-ed.org/sites/efellows.org.nz/files/nick-eportfolios.pdf
Do you use ePortfolios in teaching or in your own study? For what purpose?
ATS 2020 Skills Framework
Key Skills of Senior Cycle
Key Skills of Junior Cycle
International Partner Meeting, Zagreb
Autonomy
Autonomy
Autonomy
Autonomy
Collaboration
Autonomy
Collaboration
LEVEL ONE
LEVEL TWO
LEVEL THREE
Junior Cycle for Teachers & H2 Learning
An Erasmus+ Project
www.ats2020.eu
Formative Assessment
Autonomy
Developing Collaboration
First Year English- Sharing Oral Presentations
First Year Science- Sharing & Giving Feedback
First Year English: Co-creating Knowledge and Understanding
ATS2020 Classroom Examples
Fostering Autonomy
Reflecting on Learning
Scaffolding Reflection
Setting Personal Learning Goals
ATS2020 Classroom Examples
Formative Feedback
Supporting Peer Feedback
Giving Actionable Feedback
Collating Peer Feedback on Practical Work
ATS2020 Classroom Examples
Teachers & Students Managing Information
Teacher Class Notebook
Student Annotated Work
Supporting Creativity
ATS 2020 Skills Framework
Student & Teacher Voice
March 2017
Mentoring Visits
Webinars
Community of Practice & Sharing
Teacher questionnaire administered
Student Post Pilot Assessment
Student Reflection Supports
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Integrating ATS2020 approach into SSE to support teaching and learning
Involving parents in process to support the development of autonomy
Whole school approach to promoting 'working with others' and teacher collaboration
Supporting integration of Language Awareness strand in new MFL Specification
Development student research skills to support Classroom Based Assessments in new Junior Cycle
Information Literacy
Dissemination Activities
Irish Policy Context
English, Gaeilge, MFL, Business Studies,
Science, Home Economics, Woodwork, Maths
Skills: Autonomy, Collaboration,
Information Literacy
Collecting Learning Scenarios
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