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How to make educational policies more constructive

We began our collaboration exercise in the theme of "How to make educational policies more constructive" before the Synergy Workshop, and continued elaborating on our working documents during the conference.

After all participants introduced themselves, the institutions they represent and their countries' educational policy situations, the facilitators invited them to give brief descriptions of "obstacles" (yellow post-its) and "enablers" (green post-its) of constructive policies both on national and EU levels. The ideas were then discussed and re-clustered based on their nature (e.g. financial, professional, technological, etc.). The results are available on the virtual post-it wall.

You are invited to continue posting your thoughts and/or resources here in the EDEN 2013 Synergy Workshop group of the NAP Members Area as well as on the conference's virtual post-it wall on Lino: you can publish small (Post-it-like) stickers, such as links to resources, videos from YouTube, images and small notes/comments related to your projects and/or the Synergy Workshop themes. Linoit is an ICT tool we will be using during the conference days. We highly recommend you to join our group, although your registration is only optional.

Please, indicate what you, your institution and/or project can OFFER and what you would NEED (1 suggestion / post-it) within the theme, selecting one of the following 4 categories:

  1. joint event (when and where)
  2. reciprocal piloting/peer review (what, when, how)
  3. community sustainability (where and who)
  4. new partnership (aims and objectives)

Your post-its should bear your name and contact and any further information you find necessary for fellow participants to understand your suggestions.

If you feel uncomfortable using linoit.com, please click here to access the Google Doc.

Last updated 2317 days ago by Ildiko Mazar