24 octobre 2014

Journal of International Mobility (JIM) – Issue Nr2, october 2014 /Parution du N°2, octobre 2014

Issue Nr2, october 2014 /Parution du N°2, octobre 2014

  • Democratising mobility / La démocratisation de la mobilité européenne et internationale
  • Assessment of the impact of European and international mobility / L'évaluation des impacts des mobilités européennes et internationales.

The Journal of International Mobility. Moving for Education, Training and Research, published by the agency Europe-Education-Formation France, brings together scientific papers on all aspects of personal mobility in connection with education, higher education and vocational training, in Europe and worldwide. This cooperation with the conducted research concerning education and training should contribute to understand better the conditions and the impact of the mobility. In a context of openness to the world, the annual publication positions as a support and a help for the bodies and actors who will get involved in the new Union Programme Erasmus+ (2014-2020) proposed by the European Commission.

La revue Journal of International Mobility. Moving for Education, Training and Research, publiée par l'agence Europe-Education-Formation France, réunit des contributions scientifiques qui ont trait à toutes les dimensions de la mobilité des personnes dans le cadre de l'éducation et de la formation en Europe et dans le monde, et qui concernent aussi bien l'enseignement général et l'enseignement supérieur que la formation professionnelle initiale et continue. Ce travail avec les domaines concernés de la recherche s'inscrit dans une perspective d'avenir pour contribuer à mieux comprendre les conditions et l'impact de la mobilité. Dans un contexte d'œverture au monde, la publication, annuelle, se positionne comme un appui et une aide, à tous les organismes et acteurs qui s'impliqueront dans le nouveau programme européen Erasmus+, de 2014 à 2020.

Tout savoir et commander. Voir l'article...

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Les agences nationales Erasmus+ s’impliquent !

Dans le cadre du programme Erasmus Mundus 2009-2013, l'agence Erasmus+ France Education & Formation a eu l'opportunité de participer à des projets financés dans le cadre d'un appel à propositions Action 3 restreint aux agences nationales.
Ces conférences ont permis aux participants de se rencontrer, de nouer de nouveaux contacts et de se former sur les programmes conjoints et les différents systèmes d'enseignement supérieur.Le projet INTERUV se termine à l'automne 2014 mais les ressources documentaires développées dans le cadre du projet resteront accessibles pendant plusieurs mois.
En savoir plus. Voir l'article...

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Appel à candidatures 2015

La Commission européenne vient de publier l'appel à propositions 2015 pour Erasmus +(aussi disponible sur Penelope)
Voici le lien : http://bit.ly/1sQCdlp
Pour ce qui concerne les volets Education/formation, les dates de clôture des candidatures sont :
KA1 : 4/03/2015 pour les mobilités et les joint master degrees
KA2 : 31/03/2015 pour les partenariats stratégiques : ATTENTION CHANGEMENT DE DATE !
KA2 : 26/02/2015 pour les alliances de la connaissance et des compétences

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KA2 : 10/02/2015 pour les projets de capacity building relevant de l'enseignement supérieur. Voir l'article...

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The future of higher education is blended and student-centred

http://esu-online.org/stylesheet/ESU/esu_words.pngThe European Students’ Union (ESU) welcomes a forward looking report presented today on new modes of learning and teaching. The report highlights that students are unique and so is the way they learn. Therefore, new ICT tools should cater for individual ways of learning, contributing to a real student-centred learning. Androulla Vassiliou, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, presented this report from the High Level Group on the Modernisation of Higher Education. It is the second report published by the High Level Group. The first one on Improving the quality of teaching and learning in Europe’s higher education institutions was published in June 2013. More...

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Revised European Standards and Guidelines endorsed

http://esu-online.org/stylesheet/ESU/esu_words.pngA revised version of the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area, often referred to as the ESG, has now been published. The Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) endorsed this version at a meeting in September 2014.
The revised version will be a subject to approval at the Ministerial Conference of the Bologna Process to be held in Yerevan, Armenia, in May 2015. More...

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Higher education in the 21st century

http://www.ireg-observatory.org/templates/sub_business2/images/ireg_top2013.pngIt is a common understanding that now and in the future the role of higher education will continue to increase. In a broad term, it is a consequence of a whole series of reasons which can be described as emergence of the “knowledge-based economies", globalization and of the new wave of digital communication.
(from the keynote address by Jan Sadlak, President of IREG Observatory at the International University Networks congress in Bogota, Columbia)
Jan Sadlak
President, IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence. More...

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US Colleges Get Low Marks for Core Curricula

http://www.ireg-observatory.org/templates/sub_business2/images/ireg_top2013.pngThe American Council of Trustees and Alumni has issued its sixth report on the quality of college education, which is based on the inclusion in the curriculum of required courses in literature, US government or history, a foreign language, mathematics, economics, science and composition. The council believes that these courses are essential elements in a broad undergraduate education.
The council found that most Americans support a broad curriculum although many are sceptical about the quality of college education. In addition, colleges appear publicly supportive of a sound general core curriculum. However, surveys have also repeatedly found that students are ignorant of even the most basic facts of American government and history.
Altogether 1,098 four year colleges were assessed according to whether they required students to take courses in the seven core subjects.
Source
What Will They Learn? 2014-15. More...

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Combatting bullying in schools

http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRP4qIrraW46oa4crCboqTzadd3IE4yTumRAbMvuvR527xT31xml_tozi4By Tracey Burns and Andrew Macintyre. "Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me". So goes the English nursery rhyme taught to children to console them if they have been called names, or teased by their friends or classmates. But no matter how often you repeat it as a child, it doesn’t really make you feel better. Why? Because it’s not true. Read more...

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Calculate this country’s GDP

By Patrick Love. Last week, the media reported on the questions Oxford University asked candidates as part of their entrance interview. The questions aren’t designed to test knowledge of facts, but to give students a chance to show how they think about solving problems, whether they can see links between one subject taught at school and another, and so on. One of the questions in history was “How much of the past can you count?”. The idea, as interviewer Stephen Tuck told the Daily Mail, is to provoke a discussion about “all sorts of issues relating to historical evidence. For which periods and places and aspects of the past is data readily available?”. It’s a question you could ask in economics too: how much of a country can you count? And one that the newly updated Understanding National Accounts from the OECD answers. Read more...

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Training Workshop for Directors and Executives of Education for Women in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

UIL held a training workshop for directors and executives responsible for youth and adult education targeted specifically at women at national and provincial levels in Saudi Arabia. The aim of the workshop, which took place from 29 September to 10 October 2014 with the support of the Ministry of Education of Saudi Arabia, was to help the participants develop and review gender-sensitive policies and programmes in lifelong learning, tailored to the particular social and economic context of Saudi Arabia. More...

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