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Innovative Pedagogy: The change of what is learnt, how is learnt, where is learnt and when is learnt

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To succeed in today’s society, rich on information and knowledge, students and teachers must use the modern technology effectively. The education should help students to develop the competencies, necessary for the successful life and work in the 21st century. Key competencies of the future are: critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, communication and collaboration. To become an innovative school means to start changing the pedagogic paradigm on all the levels of management as well as with the entire teaching staff with the goal that its agents become more innovative. In the article, the project “Innovative Pedagogy in the Light of the 21st Century Competencies” issued by the Ministry of Education is presented. Its dominant goal is to systematically develop the 1:1 pedagogy implementation (http://www.education.qld.gov.au/smartclassrooms) and all the accompanying e-services, as for instance the e-portfolio, distance learning “Innovative Pedagogy Node”, the development of the implementing curricula with the integration of ICT, didactic trainings for different agents, and the development of the good practice criteria.

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  • 1. Innovative Pedagogy 1:1 at 2014 OCW Consortium Global Conference

2. Inovative Pedagogy 1:1 3. Why? Who? How? Intermediate findings 4. Why? 5. Why? Why? 6. Critical thinking - PISA 7. Why? 8. Health Behaviour In School-Aged Children, 2012 Why? Do our students like school? 9. What? 10. Learning through experience constructivism Student centered teaching Building clear criteria Solving problems Creativity Cooperation Critical thinking 11. Applicant and Consortium Partners Zavod Antona Martina Slomka (ZAMS) Zavod RS za olstvo (ZRS) Pedagoki intitut (PI) Center za poklicno izobraev anje (CPI) Fakulteta za naravo- slovje; pedagoki center (FNM) Gimnazija Joeta Plenika 12. Applicant and Consortium Partners O Bistrica ob Sotli O Hrue- vec entjur O Belokra- njskega odreda Semi O rna na Korokem O Prei- hovega Voranca Bistrica O Breice Biote- hnika ola Maribor 13. Added value e-olstvo Pedagogika 1:1 e-ubeniki e-olska torba e-olstvo e-olstvo e-olstvo e-olstvo e-olska torba e-olska torba Pedagogika 1:1 Pedagogika 1:1 Pedagogika 1:1 Pedagogika 1:1 CCL CCL EUFOLIO 14. Evalutaion Imlementation Developement How? 15. 10 scopes of the project: 16. How does it really look like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M41DIra NbFY 17. After 1st year of a project: Student oriented pedagogy means hard work with teachers Constant questioning: What is innovation? How to measure impact? (How) To compare achievements? Culture of sharing is growing The importance of development 18. What have we find out half way through our project?