Presentation on theme: "KOR-EU Leaders for Global Education KE-LeGE Action nr 2010 – 4515 / 001- 001 – CPT EU & ICI-ECP ICI Education Cooperation programme Cooperation in higher."— Presentation transcript:
KOR-EU Leaders for Global Education KE-LeGE Action nr 2010 – 4515 / 001- 001 – CPT EU & ICI-ECP ICI Education Cooperation programme Cooperation in higher education and training between the EU and Partner countries (PC) Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the Republic of Korea ICI ECP Joint Mobility
Leaders for Global Education - KE-LeGE 1.12.2010 – 30.11.2013 Field, level, and objectives of the study Education and teacher training The primary goal of the project is to increase competencies for young leaders in global education. The targets are undergraduate students that will become teachers. Through this program, students are able to learn about curricular and instructional aspects of global education, and experience international school systems. Development and implementation of a curriculum on international education, and provide students with opportunities to obtain knowledge and skills for fulfilling International Education. The long term goal: developing global education courses together can lead to dual degree programs in the future.
Global Education Global education pursues the globalization and internationalization of educational services. – Growth of young people who are aware of global issues and culture- sensitive; ready to help to create a better world of peace and mutual respect. Global Education relates to the irreversible process of globalization; promotes the process and opportunities of globalization. The Korean education system: actively adapts global aspects in school activities. In the EU: the member countries deliver global education through the Bologna process Global Education: sub-themes of development of education; human rights education; education for sustainable development, education for peace and conflict prevention. Future educational professionals who will be educating future citizens. (Education for Global Responsibilities, 2007)
KE-LeGE intends to increase competencies of practitioners of global education in Korea and EU countries. The main principles of this proposal are from the framework of 21 st -century skills (Cisco, 2010): Ways of thinkingWays of workingTools for workingLiving in the world -Creativity and innovation -Critical thinking, problem solving, decision making -Learning to learn, metacognition -Communication -Collaboration team work -Information literacy -Information and Communication technology (ICT) literacy -Citizenship – local & global -Life and career -Personal and social responsibility- including cultural awareness and competence -This list shows the competencies for 21st century students and global education in this project shares common ground for its direction. -This project is based on the latest research work of global education, learning sciences and educational technology that enables implementation of effective learning activities and development of curricular contents.
EU and Korean consortiums List of institutions or organisations EU consortium: - Lead: Central Ostrobothnia University of Applied Sciences, Finland, www.cou.fi - Leopold-Franzens Universität Innsbruck - University of Innsbruck, Austria, http://www.uibk.ac.at/index.html.de www.cou.fihttp://www.uibk.ac.at/index.html.de - University of Oulu, Finland, http://wwwedu.oulu.fi/english/ - Tallinn University, Estonia, http://wwwedu.oulu.fi/english/http://wwwedu.oulu.fi/english/ Korea consortium: - Chungbuk National University, http://www.chungbuk.ac.kr/eng/index.jsp http://www.chungbuk.ac.kr/eng/index.jsp - Sunchon National University, http://www.sunchon.ac.kr/2010_english/index.jsp http://www.sunchon.ac.kr/2010_english/index.jsp - Korea University, http://educa.korea.ac.kr/eng/intro/intro3.jsphttp://educa.korea.ac.kr/eng/intro/intro3.jsp Other organisations: - European Foundation for Quality in e-Learning (EFQUEL), Brussels, Belgium - Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius, Kokkola, Finland
Cheongju Where CBNU is located in Suncheon Where SCNU is located in Seoul Where KU is located in A Map of South Korea KU - CBNU: 138.75 km, 2 hours by car, CBNU - SCNU: 248.59 km, 3 hours and 15 minutes by car KU - SCNU: 341.05 km, 4 hours and 37 minutes by car Trains and buses are also available to get each location.
Outcomes and long term results Exchange of students Exchange of faculty members Development and implementation of essential courses in Global Education Collaborative research in relation to specific aspects of the programme Implementation of global education program at participating universities Development of a dual degree program
Curriculum Development English Local language Culture Educational theories and methods Instructional design ICT in education Global education for sustainable development Primary schools Middle schools High schools Educational practicum General education Language education Cultural studies
Project’s web pages http://projekti.centria.fi/ke-lege Open pages, can be used for advertising and informing Main page General Information Partners Project Materials and Publications Financiers Links Contact information Main page General Information Partners Project Materials and Publications Financiers Links Contact information
Leaders EU COU: Dr. Irja Leppisaari, AVERKO, eLearning Centre Project team: Irja Leppisaari, Mr. Peter Finell, Mr. Esko Johnson University of Innsbruck: Mr. Klaus Reich, Vice Rectorate for Students and Teaching University of Oulu: Prof. Sanna Järvelä, Faculty of Education Team: Dr. Pirkko Hyvönen, Mr. Jani Haapakoski Tallinn University: Vice rector, Dr. Priit Reiska, Institute of Educational Sciences Korea Chungbuk National University, Prof. Okhwa Lee, Department of Computer Education Sunchon National University, Prof. Heeok Heo, Department of Computer Education Korea University, Prof. Inwoo Park, Department of Education