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Title: Reform education to improve competitiveness and growth


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Reform education to improve competitiveness and
growth
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The general framework the ICT RESO plan 2007
  • CIADT december 2003
  • Regional development committee
    (infrastructures)
  • CISI july 2003
  • Information socitety committee (services)
  • WSIS december 2003
  • World summit for the information society ( phase
    1)
  • French priorities and proposals on international
    level
  • CIADT september 2004
  • Regional development committee  High speed
    access and use over the country. Publishing of
    high speed guidelines for local authorities

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Reform of education in process
  • ICT to be fully part of the definition of core
    competences and knowledge
  • ICT skills assesment part of final examinations
  • Final lower secondary examination (B2I level 2 in
    brevet des collèges)
  • Final upper secondary examination (B2I level 3 in
    baccalauréat)
  • The IT certificate C2i at bachelor level
    mandatory to enter the teacher training
    institute.
  • The ICT coordinator member of School board
  • Spread use of VLEs (including parents links)

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6 projects to enhance educationnal skills
through ICT uses
  • VLE project virtual learning environnment
  • Protection of minors
  • Content - resources
  • Assessment of ICT skills (B2I and C2I)
  • Launch of a wifi laptop for every student campaign

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Virtual learning environment
Home
Ex Textbook
Ex Lesson
School
Ex Adress book
Ex Homework book
2) A single entry with single sign on to a
customized space
3) From his own space, the user can access to on
line services depending on his needs (teacher,
student, parent)
1) The VLE is a portal accessible via Internet
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16 projects of VLEs already launched
  • By end 2004
  • 16 regional divisions (académies)
  • 11 régions
  • 18 départements
  • 7 cities
  • 100.000 users
  • (incl. 24 000 parents)

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Delegation for the Use of Internet (DUI) Project
Internet in educational contexts and protection
of minors
  • Awareness, Training, Protection

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Measures
  • circulaire N04-35 18 february 2004
  • Training and awareness raising on the
    specificities of the Internet
  • Empowering users with the signature of a best
    practices charter (fair use)
  • Filtering tools
  • Alert network against illegal websites and
    guidelines about what to do in case of emergency
  • More on line
  • http//www.educnet.education.fr/aiedu
  • http//www.mineurs.fr

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Support the educational digital publishing
sector Projects SCHENE and ENS Action plan for
publishing digital teaching materials Digital
knowledge portal
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  • Schene Action plan for publishing digital
    teaching materials
  • Give teachers a large and coherent set of
    resources
  • Bottom up approach to define the needs (incl.
    Learning Objects).
  • First step K8 (13 years old)
  • Link needs of the education sector to the
    publishers know how to produce content
  • Call for proposal for publishers ( taking into
    account norms and standards, interoperability,
    etc.)

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  • Digital knowledge portal (ENS)
  • Online resources
  • Pilot 2003-2004 in 1,500 schools and institutions
  • What next ?
  • Two economic interest groupings have been set up
    (GIE), the digital knowledge channel Canal
    Numérique des Savoirs (CNS) and the educational
    digital Kiosk Kiosque Numérique pour lÉducation
    (KNE).
  • Each of them (on the whole 45 private and public
    publishers) offers a sale catalog
  • In 2004-2005, the ministry has voted a budgetary
    allocation for a panel of 600 schools that
    experimented ENS in 2003.

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Development of ICT in Higher Education
  • Transform the French digital campuses into areas
    of excellence Thematic digital universities
    (UNT)
  • Lend support to regional digital university
    projects (UNR)
  • Wifi laptop for every student campaign

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Lauching of thematic digital universities UNT
(1)
  • Engineering and technology UNIT (Université
    Numérique Ingénierie et Technologie)
  • Medicine UMVF (Université Médicale Virtuelle
    Francophone)
  • Law UNJF (Université Numérique Juridique
    Francophone)
  • Environment and development
  • Economics and management

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UNT (2)
  • This reorganization will take the following two
    criteria into account
  • A professional, quality-oriented approach to
    putting training services online.
  • Promoting such services internationally
    (principally in Europe and French-speaking
    countries), with emphasis placed on masters-level
    programs offered in conjunction with
    internationally-respected research
    organizations. 
  • Ten major thematic universities with an
    international scope should be in place by 2007.

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Support regional digital university (UNR)
  • Starting from 68 previous digital campuses
  • Pooling, at a regional level and with regional
    councils infrastructures, services, and VLEs
    for teachers and students
  • Call for proposal in 2003 with two objectives
  • The development of on-line educational and
    university services
  • The commitment by all schools to facilitate
    internet access broadband, connectivity
  • Today more than 10 UNR

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  • Thank you for your attention
  • Benoit.sillard_at_education.gouv.fr
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