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EVENT MULTI-STAKEHOLDER IN EDUCATION

MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PARTNERSHIPS IN EDUCATION
Teachers and trainers as change agents:
challenges and opportunities

The event is based on Keep in Pact competence framework and aims at analysing the challenges and opportunities of promoting the ability of establishing and nurturing multi-stakeholder partnerships in education. The organisers recognise the central role that teachers can play as change agents alongside students’ pathways. Teachers as professionals in education who need to be reinforced in their specific capacities and transversal skills so as to overcome the stereotyped idea of teachers as subjects’ experts, who are expected to merely transfer contents and assess students’ knowledge and learning outcomes.

The aims of the event are :

  • to allow the stakeholders to discuss and share insights on pre-service and in-service training of teachers and trainers with regards to multi-stakeholder partnerships.
  • to share innovative perspectives and initiatives on key dimensions, including sustainability, guidance, inclusive education, digital skills and entrepreneurship.

 


Agenda of the event

15h00-15h10 Welcoming and Introduction to the Keep in Pact Competence Framework
Stefano Tirati, Learningdigital
15h10-15h20 Multi-stakeholder partnerships in Education, Trainers as change agents
Sylvia Liuti, FORMA.Azione
15h20-15h30 Multi-stakeholder partnerships in Education, 3 dimensions
Chiara Palazzetti, FORMA.Azione
15h30-15h45 State of the Art of Pre-Service and In-service Training for Teachers 
Maria Chiara Pettenati, INDIRE (tbc)
15h45-16h30 Breakout Sessions, Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships in…

  • Sustainability, moderated by Maria Chiara
  • Guidance, moderated by Sylvia
  • Inclusive education, moderated by Paolo
  • Digital skills, moderated by Carlo
  • Entrepreneurship, moderated by Stefano
16h30-17h00 Main findings from Breakout sessions & Conclusions 
Sylvia Liuti, FORMA.Azione
Stefano Tirati, Learningdigital

 

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