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1 eFIT at School IT and e-learning projects in Austria Christian Dorninger, bm:bwk ERI-SEE Graz, Nov. 2003

2 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Austria – a small country 2002NumberFemale Pupils1.209.60048,2% Students 201.900* 201.900*51,4% Teachers 124.360 124.36067,4% Grad.sek. 89.619 89.619 49,2 % * 15% foreign students

3 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 EU- Benchmarks 5 European benchmarks: 5 European benchmarks: 1. Halve the rate of early school leavers (+) 2. Halve the gender imbalance math&science (–) 3. 80% completing secondary education (+…) 4. Halve the low-archiving 15-year-old in math&sc. 5. Part. in lifelong learning at least over 15% (+ -) 6. Education expenditures over 5% of GDP (+ ?)

4 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 IT-Labourmarket Business recession – starting again (?) Business recession – starting again (?) Lifetime of knowledge 2-5 years Lifetime of knowledge 2-5 years Old qualifications not used, new one not enough employees (60% of jobs of 2010 now unknown !) Old qualifications not used, new one not enough employees (60% of jobs of 2010 now unknown !) Keyqualifications professional know-how Keyqualifications professional know-how New IT-qualifications on 4 levels (Basic for users, modest-IT, professional-IT, research..) New IT-qualifications on 4 levels (Basic for users, modest-IT, professional-IT, research..) Forum: http://www.ams.or.at/b-Info Forum: http://www.ams.or.at/b-Infohttp://www.ams.or.at/b-Info

5 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 solid general / technical and vocational education and training development of personal skills development of perspectives of our economy development of perspectives of our society VET IN AUSTRIA

6 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 VET IN AUSTRIA PROPORTION OF ENROLMENT / GRADE 10 (2001/2002)

7 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Knowledge Society Analyzing symbols and knowledge management is main production force Analyzing symbols and knowledge management is main production force Virtual economy is more significant Virtual economy is more significant Teleworking will be increased Teleworking will be increased knowledge = information + structure (H.M.Enzensberger, D.Schwanitz)

8 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Content creation Community & Services E-Learning platforms e-Learning Learning with Computer / Internet - nonlinear, mediabased, networking evaluation of learning – platforms and contentmanagement systems www.virtual-learning.at www.virtual-learning.at e-blackboards; newsgroups; virtual classrooms; online - courses Content - pool -> quality assurance -> content - repository elearning with e-Fit Austria 2001-03

9 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 eFit-Austria 2001-03 New media in teaching at schools and unis -> good content like www.planet-et.at, wu@learn, www.bildung.at, http://iol3.uibk.ac.at/iol (Content) New media in teaching at schools and unis -> good content like www.planet-et.at, wu@learn, www.bildung.at, http://iol3.uibk.ac.at/iol (Content)www.planet-et.atwu@learn www.bildung.athttp://iol3.uibk.ac.at/iolwww.planet-et.atwu@learn www.bildung.athttp://iol3.uibk.ac.at/iol Support structure for e-learning projects Support structure for e-learning projects Approach to reshape informatics studies Approach to reshape informatics studies Private-public partnerships (certificates) Private-public partnerships (certificates) Austrian Open Source community Austrian Open Source community

10 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 What is an e-learning school (e-education)? Every student (upper secondary) can test e-learning sequences in the next to years All teachers should get experience with e-learning sequences in their subjects Teams of teachers work on e-learning programmes (didactics, methods, content) Good school experience in regional networks Steering group of school partners must be established to support content development Cluster schools are working in networks and offer additional qualifications (IT-certificates)

11 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 House of learning Dreaming of a school – H.G. Rolff (2002) Learning assignments/colleg model School programme, change management 50% of syllabus made by school community Global budgeting Exchange of good practice; Evaluation-culture

12 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Inhouse organisation Only concrete pedagogical visions can release a fundamental change process: e-Education (e-learning-school) e-Education (e-learning-school) Bilinguality (two languages at school for all) Bilinguality (two languages at school for all) VET close to work-procecces (e.g. business process chains, training firms, engineering) VET close to work-procecces (e.g. business process chains, training firms, engineering) Internationality (projects working, clustering) Internationality (projects working, clustering)

13 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 E-learning school clusters Pick the winners and let them work together: About 50 schools in all provinces About 50 schools in all provinces Exchange experience in different types Exchange experience in different types Cooperation with unis and companies Cooperation with unis and companies Reinvent old pedagogical concepts (Daltonplan, training firms, industry project) Reinvent old pedagogical concepts (Daltonplan, training firms, industry project) Regional clusters with local coordination Regional clusters with local coordination

14 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Support structure outside Change process must be supported: E-learning portal and server structures Learning platforms (LMS, CMS, LCMS,…) e-Content creation and providing Studies to answer questions of e-learning / e-teaching in a scientific way

15 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Critical Success factors 1) e-learning school clusters (structure with selforganisation and benchmarking) http://www.schule.at/elc-community http://e-lisa.at/notebook-klassen http://e-lisa.at/notebook-klassenhttp://e-lisa.at/notebook-klassen 2) Content(server) with material (critical mass) Schulbuchextra: http://sbx.bildung.at Schulbuchextra: http://sbx.bildung.athttp://sbx.bildung.at Mathe-online: http://www.mathe-online.at Mathe-online: http://www.mathe-online.athttp://www.mathe-online.at

16 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 eLearning Content-Cluster Austria: Architecture Metadata-Management und -Repository Metadata- und Thesaurus-Recherche Content-Management In developmentIn conceptionIn realisation Must be provided by partners Usability-Management Access and Authorisation Content-Provider eLearning Content-Cluster Austria Virtuelle Schule EduthekContakeFUBB Bitmedia (ECDL) Schulbuch- Extra (SbX) eTeaching Interface bm:bwk

17 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Rooms Studyroom Courseroom Café Administration Foyer Roles Trainees (->Profiles) Trainers & Tutors Authors Administrators Tools Chat Messaging Notes Discussion Forums Progress Tracking Search Multilinguality Library, Glossary Statistics Reports... LMS:

18 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Example for contenthosting FUBB homepage www.esffubb.at Education- server Votec www.votec.at Learn-platform Blackboard http://193.171.249.213

19 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Virtual classroom FUBB-Team PIB Wien LMS-system Blackboard Class - booking Virtual classroom Content

20 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Cooperation models at school Content-Server Publishers of e-content material e-Content for all types of schools

21 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Studies of learning in notebook- classes High satisfaction of students with e-learning environment High satisfaction of students with e-learning environment High teacher agreement and abilities High teacher agreement and abilities NotebookPC-class students are better in organisation of learning NotebookPC-class students are better in organisation of learning They are better problem solvers and texteditors They are better problem solvers and texteditors Negative consequences (lack of con-centration, internet manic, worse marks) could not be found Negative consequences (lack of con-centration, internet manic, worse marks) could not be found

22 IT in Austrian Schools Nov. 2003 Concrete examples of IT-expediture Four Casestudies (tomorrow): Roll out of a basic skills product-ECDL eContent for all – ECDL-LearningCD CISCO-Networking academy E-learning village: school and student- administration


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