ICT-ORIENTATION OF THE SCHOOL EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN THE COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Authors

  • Olena I. Lokshyna Institute of Pedagogy of the NAES of Ukraine, Kyiv

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v45i1.1195

Keywords:

information and communication technologies, key competences, the countries of the European Union, school education curriculum

Abstract

The article is devoted to the ICT-orientation of the school education curriculum development in the countries of the European Union after the European Reference Framework of the Key Competences for Lifelong Learning adoption in 2006. The author reveals the approaches of the member states to the ICT implementation into the school curriculum; gives examples of these approaches realization at the primary and secondary school levels; defines the problems which arise during the ICT ideas implementation into the school curriculum.

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Author Biography

Olena I. Lokshyna, Institute of Pedagogy of the NAES of Ukraine, Kyiv

Doctor of Science in Pedagogy, Head of the Comparative Education Department

References

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REFERENCES (TRANSLATED AND TRANSLITERATED)

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Balanskat A. The ICT Impact Report. A Rewiew of Studies on ICT Impact on Schools in Europe. 11 December 2006 / Anja Balanskat, Roger Blamire, Stella Kefala. — Brussels : European Communities, European Schoolnet, 2006. — 69 p. (in English).

DfES (Department for Education and Skills). Key Stage 3. National Strategy. ICT across the Curriculum. ICT in Art and Design. — London : Crown, 2004. — 40 p. (in English).

European Commission. Education and Training 2020 Work programme. Thematic Working Group “Assessment of Key Competences”. Literature Review, Glossary and examples [online]. — November 2012. — Available from : http://ec.europa.eu/education/policy/school/doc/keyreview_en.pdf (in English).

European Union. Key Competencies for Lifelong Learning. Recommendation of the European Parliament and to the Council of 18 December 2006 (2006/962/EC) // Official Journal of the European Union. — 2006. — 30 December. — P. I. 394/10 – I. 394/18. (in English).

Eurydice. Developing Key Competence at School in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities. Eurydice Report. — Luxembourg : European Commission, EACEA, Eurydice, 2012. — 68 p. (in English)

Eurydice. Basic Indicators on the Incorporation of ICT into European Education Systems. Facts and Figures. 2000/01 Annual Report. — Brussels : European Eurydice Unit, 2001. – 50 p. (in English).

Kennewell S. Developing the ICT Capable School / Steve Kennewell, John Parkinson, Howard Tanner. — Florence : Routledge, 2000. — 199 p. (in English).

OfSTED (Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills). ICT in Schools. The Impact of Government Initiatives Five Years On. — London : Ofsted Publications Centre “Crown”, 2004. — 66 p. (in English).

Published

2015-02-25

How to Cite

Lokshyna, O. I. (2015). ICT-ORIENTATION OF THE SCHOOL EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN THE COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. Information Technologies and Learning Tools, 45(1), 21–27. https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v45i1.1195

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The methodology, theory, philosophy and history of the use of ICT in education