Online consultation now launched!

Are you a teacher, head teacher, parent, or student interested in the teaching and learning of 21st century skills applied to real-life situations at school? If so, take part in KeyCoNet’s online consultation by clicking here *. It will take maximum 10 minutes and you could be one of our lucky winners to be invited to participate in KeyCoNet’s final conference that will take place in Greece, at Ellinogermaniki Agogi's premises at the end of October 2014!

If you represent another stakeholder group (e.g. a university, a ministry, an NGO, an international organization, industry etc.) you can also take part in the consultation by answering the short survey in English, available here (

What strategies are schools currently using to adopt a competence-based approach, and what obstacles are they encountering? Which teaching and learning methods do students most appreciate engaging in when developing their competences, and how are they assessed? Do parents consider this to be a relevant and useful approach to improve their children’s learning?

KeyCoNet’s public consultation (online until 16 June 2014) will gather feedback from teachers, head teachers, parents, students and other education stakeholders on competence-based teaching and learning in schools. This public feedback will complement the expert feedback being collected in parallel, and will be used to further improve and qualify the network’s recommendations for policy and practice, due to be published at the end of October 2014, and presented at KeyCoNet’s final conference in Greece.


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Wednesday, April 16, 2014