SRL in action

International

Teacher Educator Training

6-9/11/2019 Athens, Greece

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The SLIDEshow Project aims to strengthen the profile of the teaching profession enabling teachers to better adopt innovative practices, in this particular case the adoption of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL). In addition to offering personalised training to primary school and lower secondary school teachers, the project will equally enhance the professional competencies of teacher educators in order to help them better support, monitor, and personalise the professional development of teachers.

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Aims

 

The SLIDEshow Project aims to strengthen the profile of the teaching profession enabling teachers to better adopt innovative practices, in this particular case the adoption of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL). In addition to offering personalised training to primary school and lower secondary school teachers, the project will equally enhance the professional competencies of teacher educators in order to help them better support, monitor, and personalise the professional development of teachers. The project aims to design intellectual outputs that can be used on the continuum from Initial Teacher Education (ITE) and induction to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and lifelong learning. The project will for example offer support to teachers who wish to engage in self-study as part of their CPD and lifelong learning. By using mobile technologies for teacher professional development, the project brings training much closer to the authentic settings of teachers: their classroom and school. The project, therefore, contributes to teachers’ workplace learning. Finally, the project focuses on the introduction of SRL into education by up-skilling teachers in their application of SRL. Furthermore, the project will enhance the SRL skills of teachers and teacher educators. Self-regulation skills are seen as leverage for strengthening leadership at all levels in education.

 

 

 

Objectives

 

SLIDEshow objectives are:

 

  • Raising awareness of the importance of SRL for primary and lower secondary education with teachers, teacher educators, policy makers, and researchers

  • Establishing a Europe wide multi-stakeholder SRL network

  • Designing research-based high-quality tools supporting the introduction of SRL into classroom practice (e.g. SRL assessment toolkit and teaching profile)

  • Developing good practices of SRL implementation

  • Building teachers’ and teacher educators’ competences to foster SRL and to use learning analytics for SRL instruction

  • Increasing students’ SRL skills

 

 

 

Target Groups

 

SLIDEshow target groups are:

 

  • Teachers (primary & lower secondary)

  • Teacher educators

    • Pre-service teacher educators (including school mentors responsible for internships)

    • In-service teacher educators (including mentors)

    • School staff responsible for professional development within their school

  • Policy makers at micro, meso, macro level

  • SRL researchers     

 

 

Methodology

 

SLIDEshow project structure consists of:

 

  • Project Management and Implementation

  • Transnational Meetings

  • Intellectual Outputs

  • Transnational Learning, Teaching and Training

  • Dissemination Events

 

 

 

 

Resources

 

SLIDEshow will produce Multiple Open Educational Resources (OER) and Tools, such as: Good Practices, SRL Online Platform and Community, Awareness Raising Tools, Evidence-Based Reports. SLIDEshow will benefit from the following projects:

 

t-MAIL (Teacher Mobile Application for Innovative Learning) project aims to develop and test a mobile application supporting policy, teacher education, and primary school teachers in implementing classroom practices that stimulate students’ self-regulated learning.

 

SLAM project coordinated by the University of Oulu, focuses on the scientific micro-analysis of SRL in higher secondary education. They integrate learning analytics to collect and study multimodal data to further understand how SRL takes place. Although SLAM integrates SRL and learning analytics, they have a primary focus on researchers and computer assisted learning. SLIDEshow primarily focuses on SRL for instructional practice and the direct use of learning analytics by teachers.

 

Also, the networks and results from the Learning Analytics Community Exchange (LACE) project, the Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics (SHEILA) project, the Learning Analytics for European educational Policy (LAEP) project, and other similar work will be used to allow SLIDEshow to build on the most recent findings in the field of learning analytics when applying it to the integration of SRL in primary and lower secondary education.

 
 
 
 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This Website [Communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Project No: 2017-1-BE02-KA201-034791

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