The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Emer Costello together with FIT and CDVEC representatives celebrated the success of the eTQF project in Ireland and wider Europe.
Press release from the event is available here: FIT eTQF Press Release… Continue
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The eTQF project partners met together on 12-13 April in Dublin to summarise all project activities and prepare for the project close out. Some of the issues discussed include:
- review of pilot testing feedback
- finalisation of the project tools and resources
- project… Continue
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Fifth meeting of eTQF Project Partners was held on 21-22 October 2009 in Rome. It was another significant milestone in the project.
The aim of the meeting was to revise and finalise the eTQF competency statements and the content for the online self-evaluation tool. The further development and pilot testing of the eTeach Community of Practice was also… Continue
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The Future of Lifelong Learning Event, 5th Oct 2009
Fast Track into Information Technology (FIT) Ltd. hosted an event entitled “ The Future of Lifelong Learning” in the Clock Tower, Department of Education and Science buildings in Dublin 1 on Monday 5th October. This event highlighted the benefits and future possibilities of Lifelong Learning now and in the future.
Minister Sean Haughey T.D. opened the event with an address… Continue
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At 'The Future of Lifelong Learning Event' , Oct 5, 2009. Darren O’Neill, South West College, NI, presented on use of the interactive whiteboard, notepads and other portable technologies in the classroom.
ILT_South West College_Darren O'Neill.pdf
Here is a copy of that presentation.
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FIT organized a workshop for participants to share ideas on the project.
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EDULEARN09 the International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies was held in Barcelona (Spain), on the 6th, 7th and 8th of July, 2009.
The main objective of the conference were promote and disseminate the experiences in New Technologies in Education and E-learning in all educational fields and disciplines.
Presentations at EDULEARN09 came from many different organisations and topics included projects and… Continue
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Fourth meeting of eTQF project partners was held in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
All partners reviewed the pilot testing of eTeach programme in their organisation, reviewed the number of teachers reached and shared their feedback collected via evaluation questionnaires.
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework was explained as a framework that can inform the development of eTQF Framework (Pillars: Technology Literacy, Knowledge Deepening, Knowledge Creation… Continue
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The third meeting for project partners was hosted by FOR.COM in Rome.
The partners reviewed the project schedule and discussed findings from initial feedback from education bodies.
Pilot testing was agreed to be run run in three countries: Ireland, Italy and UK
We target 100 teachers from across all education sectors: schools, adult education, VEC and Higher Education.
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The second partner meeting was held in South Eastern Regional College (SERC) in Northern Ireland.
SERC organised a seminar “Use of ICT in Education”. This seminar consisted of demonstrations of 4 teachers/tutors from SERC on how they use ILT in South Eastern Regional College in catering, business, hairdressing and performing arts.
Project partners discussed the progress of the eTQF… Continue
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eTQF1st Partners Meeting was held in Dublin, Ireland. Each project partner was represented, FIT Ltd; FOR.COM, City of Dublin VEC and South Western College. The meeting was an opportunity for project partners to get to know each other and learn about the organisations involved.
A timeline for tasks and for future meetings was arranged at the meeting and priority tasks were scheduled for the next few months.
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