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Research for CULT Committee - Teaching Common Values in Europe

15-03-2017

Attention to the teaching of values has recently increased and is evident in the education policies of all EU Member States, also for the values of democracy and tolerance. Teaching Common Values (TCV) is fairly important in half of the EU Member States. However, TCV is often not very strongly implemented in education policy in terms of concrete curriculum instruments and in supporting measures. This results in practices that do not always give real attention to TCV.

Attention to the teaching of values has recently increased and is evident in the education policies of all EU Member States, also for the values of democracy and tolerance. Teaching Common Values (TCV) is fairly important in half of the EU Member States. However, TCV is often not very strongly implemented in education policy in terms of concrete curriculum instruments and in supporting measures. This results in practices that do not always give real attention to TCV.

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University of Humanistic Studies Utrecht: Wiel Veugelers, Isolde de Groot, Vincent Stolk ; Authors case studies: Antoine Bevort, Gert Biesta, Maria Rosa Buxarrais, Emilian Colceru, Isolde de Groot & Wiel Veugelers, Inken Heldt & Dirk Lange, Pavla Karba, Anastasia Kesidou, Barbara Malak-Minkiewicz & Jerzy Wiśniewski, Dana Moree, Heidi Paju, Kirsi Tirri

Innovative Schools: Teaching & Learning in the Digital Era

11-08-2015

The digital revolution is transforming our work, our organisations and our routines. It is transforming the way children and young people play, access information, communicate with each other and learn. But, so far, this revolution has not transformed most schools or most teaching and learning process in classrooms. There is no doubt that education has an important role to play in increasing the European competitiveness and reducing unemployment, but what can policy makers do to take full advantage ...

The digital revolution is transforming our work, our organisations and our routines. It is transforming the way children and young people play, access information, communicate with each other and learn. But, so far, this revolution has not transformed most schools or most teaching and learning process in classrooms. There is no doubt that education has an important role to play in increasing the European competitiveness and reducing unemployment, but what can policy makers do to take full advantage of emerging technologies in education while avoiding their downsides? With the objective of shedding some light on how Europe is performing (within the education field) in the "digital revolution" and to how strongly it is embedded both in school curricula and in teachers' education, the CULT Committee requested Policy Department B to organise a workshop on "Innovative Schools - teaching & learning in the digital era". The present document is the compilation of the background papers and power point presentations prepared for the workshop.

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Kirsti Lonka and Vincent Cho

Youth Education & Entrepreneurship

11-08-2015

Europe 2020 focuses strongly on young people, with a headline target of reducing early school-leaving and increasing tertiary attainment. Two other headlines also share a clear youth dimension - to reduce the risk of poverty and to increase the share of the population in employment. Because education is paramount in shaping young people's attitudes, skills and culture, it is vital that entrepreneurship education is addressed from an early age. After all, entrepreneurship is not solely about business ...

Europe 2020 focuses strongly on young people, with a headline target of reducing early school-leaving and increasing tertiary attainment. Two other headlines also share a clear youth dimension - to reduce the risk of poverty and to increase the share of the population in employment. Because education is paramount in shaping young people's attitudes, skills and culture, it is vital that entrepreneurship education is addressed from an early age. After all, entrepreneurship is not solely about business creation, but also about setting the right environment for the development of a skilled, innovative, entrepreneurial workforce able to anticipate change and face challenges. With the overall objective of shedding some light on how far Member States have gone (in terms of strategies) in promoting entrepreneurship and how strongly it is embedded both in school curricula and in teachers' trainings/attitudes, the CULT Committee requested Policy Department B to organise a workshop on "Youth education & entrepreneurship". The present document is the compilation of the background papers and power point presentations prepared for the workshop.

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Elizabeth Chell and Laura Rosendahl Huber

European Historical Memory: Policies, Challenges and Perspectives

15-04-2015

This note seeks to provide some reflections on the challenges, current policies and possible future prospects of 'historical memory' in a European context. Based on acknowledging the complex nature of collective memories in general and shared European historical remembrance in particular, including their susceptibility to political instrumentalisation, it is argued that a critical 'culture of remembering' needs to be developed. Such a culture requires increased efforts for nation states to come to ...

This note seeks to provide some reflections on the challenges, current policies and possible future prospects of 'historical memory' in a European context. Based on acknowledging the complex nature of collective memories in general and shared European historical remembrance in particular, including their susceptibility to political instrumentalisation, it is argued that a critical 'culture of remembering' needs to be developed. Such a culture requires increased efforts for nation states to come to terms with their own respective pasts in an unbiased way, yet at the same time embracing common European principles and values. In this context, the vital role of education as a tool to create an informed historical consciousness is emphasised, which provides the basis for dealing confidently not only with Europe’s past, but also present and future.

Encouraging STEM Studies for the Labour Market

16-03-2015

There is evidence of skills shortages in STEM fields in spite of high unemployment rates in many Member States. This document, prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee intends to provide an up-to-date overview of the labour market situation in STEM occupations and to analyse European and national approaches to encourage STEM uptake in relation to these labour market needs. The aim is to identify practices which help to increase the supply of STEM ...

There is evidence of skills shortages in STEM fields in spite of high unemployment rates in many Member States. This document, prepared by Policy Department A at the request of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee intends to provide an up-to-date overview of the labour market situation in STEM occupations and to analyse European and national approaches to encourage STEM uptake in relation to these labour market needs. The aim is to identify practices which help to increase the supply of STEM skilled labour.

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Maria CAPRILE, Rachel PALMÉN, Pablo SANZ and Giancarlo DENTE (Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini, Italy)

Promoting entrepreneurship through education

03-12-2013

Presented as an individual's ability to turn ideas into actions, entrepreneurship has evolved over time to embrace creativity, innovation and risk taking, as well as the ability to set-up and run a business. Entrepreneurship is now considered as a key competence for all which should be promoted at all levels of education (from primary school to university) as well as through lifelong learning.

Presented as an individual's ability to turn ideas into actions, entrepreneurship has evolved over time to embrace creativity, innovation and risk taking, as well as the ability to set-up and run a business. Entrepreneurship is now considered as a key competence for all which should be promoted at all levels of education (from primary school to university) as well as through lifelong learning.

Proceedings of the Workshop on "The Training of Legal Practitioners: Teaching EU Law and Judgecraft - Learning and Accessing EU Law: Some Best Practices" (Session I)

15-11-2013

Proceedings of the workshop on "The Training of Legal Practitioners: Teaching EU Law and Judgecraft - Learning and Accessing EU Law: Some Best Practices" (Session I), held on 28 November 2013 in Brussels.

Proceedings of the workshop on "The Training of Legal Practitioners: Teaching EU Law and Judgecraft - Learning and Accessing EU Law: Some Best Practices" (Session I), held on 28 November 2013 in Brussels.

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Reinier VAN ZUTPHEN, Rosa JANSEN, Herman VAN HARTEN, Valerio ONIDA, Fernando DE ROSA TORNER, Xavier RONSIN, Edith VAN DEN BROECK, Wojciech POSTULSKI, Rainer HORNUNG, Katalin KISZELY, Wolfgang HEUSEL, John COUGHLAN, Jean-Philippe RAGEADE, Jeremy COOPER, Jonathan GOLDSMITH, Sieglinde GAMSJÄGER, Alonso HERNÁNDEZ-PINZÓN GARCIA and Amélie LECLERCQ

Proceedings of the Workshop on "The Training of Legal Practitioners: Teaching EU Law and Judgecraft - Improving Mutual Trust" (Session II)

15-11-2013

Proceedingsof the Workshop on "The Training of Legal Practitioners: Teaching EU Law and Judgecraft - Improving Mutual Trust" (Session II), held on 28 November 2013 in Brussels.

Proceedingsof the Workshop on "The Training of Legal Practitioners: Teaching EU Law and Judgecraft - Improving Mutual Trust" (Session II), held on 28 November 2013 in Brussels.

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John PHILLIPS, Gracieuse LACOSTE and Guido NEPPI MODONA

Evropská historická paměť: politiky, výzvy a perspektivy

16-09-2013

Cílem tohoto dokumentu je nabídnout postřehy o výzvách, současných politikách a možných budoucích vyhlídkách, pokud jde o „historickou paměť“ v evropském kontextu. Vzhledem k tomu, že se uznává komplexní povaha kolektivní paměti obecně a zvláště pak sdílených evropských historických vzpomínek, včetně skutečnosti, že se snadno může stát politickým nástrojem, má se za to, že je třeba vytvořit kritickou „kulturu vzpomínek“. Taková kultura vyžaduje, aby členské státy vyvíjely větší úsilí o to, aby se ...

Cílem tohoto dokumentu je nabídnout postřehy o výzvách, současných politikách a možných budoucích vyhlídkách, pokud jde o „historickou paměť“ v evropském kontextu. Vzhledem k tomu, že se uznává komplexní povaha kolektivní paměti obecně a zvláště pak sdílených evropských historických vzpomínek, včetně skutečnosti, že se snadno může stát politickým nástrojem, má se za to, že je třeba vytvořit kritickou „kulturu vzpomínek“. Taková kultura vyžaduje, aby členské státy vyvíjely větší úsilí o to, aby se nezaujatým způsobem vyrovnaly se svou vlastní minulostí a zároveň přijaly společné evropské zásady a hodnoty. V této souvislosti se zdůrazňuje klíčová úloha vzdělávání jako prostředku pro utváření poučeného historického povědomí, které se stane základem pro to, jak se sebevědomě vyrovnat nejen s minulostí Evropy, ale také s její přítomností a budoucností.

Provádění společného evropského rámce pro jazyky v evropských systémech vzdělávání

14-06-2013

Cílem této studie je analyzovat způsob, jakým systém povinné školní docházky přistupuje k výuce cizích jazyků. Analyzuje použití společného evropského rámce pro jazyky (CEFR) při zkouškách, vypracovávání osnov, v učebnicích a při školení učitelů. Studie dochází k závěru, že i když není vždy podporováno propojení mezi zkouškami a společným evropským rámcem pro jazyky, celkový přístup CEFR k učení jazyků je uplatňován. Osnovy a učebnice zohledňují kontextové používání jazyků a s tím související vstřícná ...

Cílem této studie je analyzovat způsob, jakým systém povinné školní docházky přistupuje k výuce cizích jazyků. Analyzuje použití společného evropského rámce pro jazyky (CEFR) při zkouškách, vypracovávání osnov, v učebnicích a při školení učitelů. Studie dochází k závěru, že i když není vždy podporováno propojení mezi zkouškami a společným evropským rámcem pro jazyky, celkový přístup CEFR k učení jazyků je uplatňován. Osnovy a učebnice zohledňují kontextové používání jazyků a s tím související vstřícná prohlášení a odkazy na CEFR jsou často součástí školení učitelů. Ke zvýšení své účinnosti by však CEFR mohl využívat nové podněty.

Externí autor

Simon Broek, Inge van den Ende (Panteia)

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