Archivo de la categoría Digital Competence

Common Digital Competence Framework For Teachers

The ‘Common Digital Competence Framework For Teachers’ was born in 2012 with the aim of offering a descriptive reference to be used for training purposes and in evaluation, certification and accreditation processes. It is part of the ‘Digital Culture Plan in Schools‘ (in Spanish), whose set of projects are the result of a process of shared reflection that the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport opened with the active participation of the Autonomous Communities and the constitution of a Conference in which external experts also take part. It is in this Conference on the Digital Competence for Teachers, coordinated…

Digitally Competent Educational Organizations – Summary of the Conference

Summary of the conference held on May 24, 2016 at the INTEF, Madrid Opening speech by José Luis Blanco López, General Director of Evaluation and Territorial Cooperation. Mr. José Luis Blanco opens his speech pondering that, in the past, from the moment that thoughts about the digitalization of education started, that process was based mainly on three foundations: devices and infrastructure, educational materials and teacher training. In 2012, however, the INTEF proposes the Digital Culture Plan in the School, with seven foundations and a more systemic approach. The Connectivity project for Schools, approved in 2015, included a planned investment of…

Common Framework for Digital Competence of Teachers

INTEF launches the English version of the Common Framework for Digital Competence of Teachers: Before explaining the reasons why INTEF has decided to translate the Framework into English, it might be convenient to go back in time and walk back the journey that has been made up to now. Although the reasons for compiling a Common Framework for Digital Competence of Teachers have already been published in this blog in February 2014, after the public presentation of the first draft of the framework, it is important to remember now why this project was launched back in 2012: Why a Common…