Since 2008 all European Educational Systems appear to use a Learning Outcomes Approach. Adopting a Learning Outcomes Approach when developing curricula is seen by many European countries as an effective way to promote more active learning and inclusive teaching. However, so far only Vocational Educational Training (VET) and Higher Education (HE) have used the effectiveness of […]
Saxion University of Applied Sciences is proud to inform you about our new minor: Minor Global Citizenship in Education & Social Work (GC) This minor is offered each year in Deventer as well as in Enschede. In Deventer, the minor is offered during the Autumn semester from the first Monday in September until the end […]
In accordance with Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, all people have the right to live and participate in the community. It is particularly difficult for people with severe intellectual disabilities to participate in society, to foster social contacts and to be included in the community, as they […]
Jedes Kind beginnt seine Reise durch das Leben mit einem unglaublichen Potenzial: eine kreative Denkweise, die sich der Welt mit Neugier, mit Fragen und mit dem Wunsch, über die Welt und sich selbst durch das Spiel zu lernen. Allerdings ist diese Denkweise oft erodiert oder sogar durch konventionelle pädagogische Praktiken gelöscht.
European Commission Newsletter – September 2017 , DG Education, Youth, Sport and Culture European Commission behandelt die Themen: Top News European Week of Sport set to kick off in Estonia “Heritage and Nature: a landscape of possibilities”: the theme for the 2017 European Heritage Day Success stories of the month Urban youth cultures an sustainability […]
The report Modernisation of Higher Education in Europe: Academic Staff – 2017 explores the current realities for academic staff within the changing higher education landscape in Europe. It focuses on the qualification requirements for academic staff, the recruitment process, employment and working conditions in academia, the impact of external quality assurance, and top-level strategies for […]
This article talks about the problems we have in our regular education. It provides examples of what has not worked well, and shows why, parents – indeed, all citizens – should care more about education. Governments, schools and teachers have a frontline role to play here, hand-in-hand with students themselves and parents. The report has […]