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Open Online Teacher professional Development: how to recognize MOOCs for teacher training?

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Presentation made at the EMINENT Project Event 2018 on the topic 'How to assess, certify and recognize learning in open online teacher professional development?'

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Open Online Teacher professional Development: how to recognize MOOCs for teacher training?

  1. 1. #EMINENT2018 HOW TO ASSESS, CERTIFY AND RECOGNIZE LEARNING IN OPEN ONLINE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ROUNDTABLE 3
  2. 2. ROUNDTABLE 3 – RECOGNISING LEARNING  Introduction: Benjamin Hertz, Moderator  Panelist contributions:  Anna Laghigna – Teacher, Teacher Trainer, MOOC animator; Italy  Javier Magdaleno Fuentetaja – Director del CFP Idiomas de la Consejería de Educación de Castilla y León; Spain  Neuza Pedro – Scientific and Pedagogical Council for Continuous Teachers’ Training; Portugal  Gabi Witthaus – University of Birmingham and the Art of eLearning; UK  Anastasia Economou – Head of the Educational Technology Department, Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, Ministry of Education and Culture; Cyprus  Discussion
  3. 3. 3 “Successful [PD] programmes […] encourage the development of teachers’ learning communities. A key strategy involves finding ways for teachers to share their expertise and experience systematically.” Andreas Schleicher, OECD
  4. 4. #EMINENT2018 NEUZA PEDRO PORTUGUESE SCIENTIFIC AND PEDAGOGICAL COUNCIL FOR CONTINUOUS TEACHERS’ TRAINING
  5. 5. The Portuguese Scientific and Pedagogical Council for Continuous Teachers’ training is a unit of the Ministry of Education that is responsible for:  the accreditation of the institutions that can provide continuous training for teachers of the elementary and secondary public schools  The approval of the training activities that are considered valid for teachers’ professional progression (credits)  the overall evaluation of the Portuguese system for teachers’ continuous training. [known as CCPFC]
  6. 6.  Teachers’ Initial Education  Teachers’ Continuous Education /CPD HEI HEI Teachers’ Professional Assoc. Teachers’ Training Centers (n=92) Managed by CCPFC (Portuguese Scientific and Pedagogical Council for Continuous Teachers’Training) Teacher Education Structure
  7. 7. Teachers’ Training Centers: organized in a network of 92 units that are spread out through the country. They are located inside public schools and provide training activities for teachers of the schools on their local area (addressing the training needs locally identified). All the accredited training activities developed by these institutions are analysed and validated by the CCPFC.  Teachers’ Continuous Education /CPD HEI Teachers’ Professional Assoc. Teachers’ Training Centers
  8. 8. What can be recognized as teachers’ continuous education activities?  Short-term training actions (< 6 hours)  Teachers’ training courses (12 to 50 hours)  HEI courses and training programes  International Training activities (partially) Online vs F2F Certified and accredited by the CCPFC
  9. 9. What can be recognized as teachers’ continuous education activities?  Short-term training actions (< 6 hours)  Teachers’ training courses (12 to 50 hours)  HEI courses and training programes  International Training activities It envolves International projects’ meeting such as e-twinning, Erasmus + KA1, etc. as well as MOOCs Certified and accredited by the CCPFC
  10. 10. 10 Teachers must present . a certificate of the training action provided by the training institution . the final grade obtained . clear description of the training institutions’ nature . information about the training team (name and qualification of the trainers) . full version of the training program (contents and duration) . date and the local where it took place . the evaluation methods as well as the level of attendance of the trainee; . other relevant elements, such as programs under which the action was taken, assessments of the training entities by international or national scientific or pedagogical associations, etc. For the recognition and certification of International Training activities what are the requirements?
  11. 11. 11 Teachers must present . a certificate of the training action provided by the training institution . the final grade obtained . clear description of the training institutions’ nature . information about the training team (name and qualification of the trainers) . full version of the training program (contents and duration) . date and the local where it took place . the evaluation methods as well as the level of attendance of the trainee; . other relevant elements, such as programs under which the action was taken, assessments of the training entities by international or national scientific or pedagogical associations, etc. For the recognition and certification of International Training activities what are the requirements? It is analyzed and the accreditation can go to 25 hours per week of training
  12. 12. 12 For the recognition and certification of International Training activities what are the requirements? Teachers must present . a certificate of the training action provided by the training institution . the final grade obtained . clear description of the training institutions’ nature . information about the training team (name and qualification of the trainers) . full version of the training program (contents and duration) . date and the local where it took place . the evaluation methods as well as the level of attendance of the trainee; . other relevant elements, such as programs under which the action was taken, assessments of the training entities by international or national scientific or pedagogical associations, etc. Some of the information that is required in the regulatory documents about the accreditation of International Training activities doesn’t fit the MOOCs nature.
  13. 13. 13 Though there is a dissonance between the regulatory documents and the new formats of teachers training that came from the field of open online education, the number of Portuguese teachers involved in MOOCS in the last 2 years has been increasing … Lets see some examples!
  14. 14. 14 54,6% 65,8% Example 1: International MOOC Co-Lab Collaborative Teaching and Learning
  15. 15. 15 Example 2. National MOOC Laboratórios de Aprendizagem: Cenários e Histórias de Aprendizagem 628 492 257 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 1 2 3 Registration and conclusion rates 40,9% Registration Developed a Learning Diary Conclusion
  16. 16. 16 These examples represent a high involvement of Portuguese teachers in MOOCs, not only in those internationally developed but also in the ones nationally provided. Therefore, changed must be done in the regulatory documents for the recognition and accreditation of both type of courses. However, change is never easy…
  17. 17. #EMINENT2018

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