Setting up your school profile, setting up a SELFIE exercise, and steps to follow after SELFIE is taken.
Decision (EU) 2021/820 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2021 on the Strategic Innovation Agenda of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) 2021-2027: Boosting the Innovation Talent and Capacity of Europe and repealing Decision No 1312/2013/EU (Text with EEA relevance).
Regulation (EU) 2021/819 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2021 on the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (recast) (Text with EEA relevance).
H.E. HAGIUDA Koichi, Minister of Education Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), and H.E. Mariya GABRIEL, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, held the second Japan-EU Policy Dialogue on Education, Culture and Sport, in the form of a video conference today.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will radically change our lives and transform our societies. This shift, which has already started, will most probably be the deepest and the fastest humanity has ever experienced. While most of the ongoing discussions on AI limit themselves to the short and medium-term effects, this short and comprehensive report tries to go beyond the most immediate challenges and to explore also some of the longer-term impacts that AI may have on humans and societies. It summarises the key issues in 10 takeaways and suggests a list of possible actions to be taken by policymakers.
Teachers’ role is evolving as new demands and expectations arise, together with new responsibilities. The profession has been going through a vocational crisis for some years. National and European policymakers have been developing solutions to mitigate the impact of shortages and maintain high-quality teaching standards. This report, focused on lower secondary teachers (ISCED 2), contributes to the debate by providing evidence on both policies and practices.
This study reviews the extent to which European Union (EU) topics are embedded at a range of levels across the school curricula of Member States of the EU. It first sets the scene by referring back to a previous report which summarised the situation back in 2012, and which made a series of recommendations for action by the EU and Member States.
The report ‘Teachers in Europe: Careers, Development and Well-being’ combines Eurydice data on national legislation with data on teachers’ practices and perceptions from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS).