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Mini-convention
Mobility & Peer Learning
Sif Einarsdóttir, Lucy Hearne & Jan Woldendorp
Subtitle: “Action!” (Dauwalder, 20...
NICE Mobility: why?
“One needs only to exist
to travel”
Fernando Pessoa
“One needs only to exit
to travel”+
Key Assumption
Mobility (mental and physical) is the core business
of our NICE network (career = mobility)
Members of the mobility team
1. Active members of the mobility team
Below the active group members are presented.
Rebeca G...
Work of the mobility team
 Tuning roadmap on mobility (handy when travelling!)
 Mission statement “To be or not to be… M...
Practical guidelines for mobility
Inventory on Experience with Eramus+ within NICE
 Do you have experience?
 KA1, KA2 or KA3?
 Wat is the issue?
 Partne...
Results on inventory on Experiences within NICE with E+
 N=22
 40% of the responding partners are participating
in an Er...
Erasmus+ Existing experience within the NICE network 9
KA1 Learning mobility of individuals
• ACADEMIA Project for Europea...
Initiatives for mobility & peer learning
 Proposal 1: Comparison of the ECS standard and the ISO one level and three
leve...
From proposal to project…
When?
Who?
Proposal!
What?
Why?
How?
Working in groups
 Creating groups
 Choosing a voluntary moderator
 Introduction of the idea by the developer: WHY? and...
Taking notes
Who?
When? How?
Proposal
What?
Why?
 Add relevance of the initiatives for NICE in the
future
 Core business of NICE
 Added value
 Existing ideas and group...
Thank you!
Sif Einarsdóttir & Jan Woldendorp
Questions?
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Mobility & Peer Learning Presentation at the 6th NICE Conference in Bratislava in 2015

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This presentation addressed following topics:

- "Why" mobility?
- Work of the Mobility Team
- Practical Guidelines for Mobility
- Inventory on Experience with Eramus+ within NICE
- Initiatives for mobility & peer learning

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Mobility & Peer Learning Presentation at the 6th NICE Conference in Bratislava in 2015

  1. 1. Mini-convention Mobility & Peer Learning Sif Einarsdóttir, Lucy Hearne & Jan Woldendorp Subtitle: “Action!” (Dauwalder, 2014)
  2. 2. NICE Mobility: why? “One needs only to exist to travel” Fernando Pessoa “One needs only to exit to travel”+
  3. 3. Key Assumption Mobility (mental and physical) is the core business of our NICE network (career = mobility)
  4. 4. Members of the mobility team 1. Active members of the mobility team Below the active group members are presented. Rebeca García-Murias Spain Jaana Kettunen Finland Monika Kukyte Germany Dione Mifsud Malta Sasa Niklanovic Slovenia Sauli Puukari Finland Jean-Jacques Ruppert Luxembourg Teresa Maria Sgaramella Italy Jan Woldendorp The Netherlands
  5. 5. Work of the mobility team  Tuning roadmap on mobility (handy when travelling!)  Mission statement “To be or not to be… Mobile” (work in progress)  Practical guidelines for NICE mobility (Student + Staff edition)  Inventory of current NICE Mobility (Erasmus +)  Survey on NICE Mobility (Work in Progress)  Collection and development of presentation materials to underpin the value of mobility (work in progress)
  6. 6. Practical guidelines for mobility
  7. 7. Inventory on Experience with Eramus+ within NICE  Do you have experience?  KA1, KA2 or KA3?  Wat is the issue?  Partners?  Titel of the project?  Willingnes to share experiences with others on NICE Platform? 7
  8. 8. Results on inventory on Experiences within NICE with E+  N=22  40% of the responding partners are participating in an Erasmus+ project  22% of the partners active in E+ are in a KA13 project: Learning mobility of individuals  66% of the partners active in E+ are in a KA2 project: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practises  12% of the partners active in E+ are in a KA3 project: Support for Policy reform 8
  9. 9. Erasmus+ Existing experience within the NICE network 9 KA1 Learning mobility of individuals • ACADEMIA Project for European mobility • Adult education staff mobility. KA2 Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practises • YOUTHYES: develop a career game for use with young people in school settings to help them develop/ refine their career management skills • Guide My W@y! A European Career Guidance Concept for International Youth Mobility. • Tools fOr Impact³ - Development of web-based evaluation-tools fostering impact-oriented project-consortia for ERASMUS+ • EDU-FIN : Developing participative processes for the generation of a financial education curriculum addressed to young adults at risk • SEE-ME: Development of an (online) tool for early detection and prevention of Early School Leaving • Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education. KA3 Support for policy reform • Project title unknown KA1 KA2 KA3
  10. 10. Initiatives for mobility & peer learning  Proposal 1: Comparison of the ECS standard and the ISO one level and three level standard of the professional profile (Peter Tielenius Kruythoff)  Proposal 2: New BA Programme in Gödöllö (István Kiss)  Proposal 3: Joint Course on Entrepreneurship Counselling (Jacques Pouyaud)  Proposal 4: Joint Online Modules (Jukka Lerkkanen)  Proposal 5: Joint description of training modules for development of career counselling competences (Koorosh Massoudi)  Proposal 6: Organising an International Mobility Week(Jan Woldendorp)  Proposal 7: Self reflection (Sif Einarsdóttir)  Proposal 8: …  Proposal 9: …  Proposal 10: …
  11. 11. From proposal to project… When? Who? Proposal! What? Why? How?
  12. 12. Working in groups  Creating groups  Choosing a voluntary moderator  Introduction of the idea by the developer: WHY? and WHAT?  Questioning by the group members  Brainstorming on the HOW?, the WHO? and the WHEN?  Minutes are made on the circle sheet  Planary report by the moderator  Inventory on what help do you need  Who (what NICE working group) is taking this further
  13. 13. Taking notes Who? When? How? Proposal What? Why?
  14. 14.  Add relevance of the initiatives for NICE in the future  Core business of NICE  Added value  Existing ideas and groups  A call for fresh, new creative, fruitful ideas  Write on small paper with their name, and willingness  Locations for group work  Place where people can sign up for the groups
  15. 15. Thank you! Sif Einarsdóttir & Jan Woldendorp Questions?

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