Novigado’s Active Learning Reference Framework published
The first key milestone of the Novigado project was achieved in summer when the project's Active Learning Reference Framework was published.
Novigado's meta objective is to stimulate the development of key competences and transversal skills among students as crucial for their society's well-being and for their functioning in the pandemic-affected environment and the post-COVID-19 world. For that purpose, the project's first Intellectual Outcome, Active Learning Reference Framework, defines the key elements, techniques and criteria for active learning in flexible learning spaces, and it will form the conceptual framework of the Novigado project.
As part of the desk research that led to writing the framework, a number of resources were reviewed and described as short studies. All together 37 studies were described, download them here.
The work consisted also of collecting stakeholder consultations. Different stakeholders were invited to respond to the question "How should active learning look like in a school? What would you recommend to teachers?". The contributors includes experts such as Catherine Beccheti-Bizot (National education and higher education mediator, France); Münevver Cesur, (project coordinator and a teacher trainer at the Ministry of National Education, Turkey); and Malgorzata Żytko (academic teacher and pedagogue, professor at University of Warsaw, Poland). Read all the consultations here.
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