The methodology developed within the Erasmus+ TiLL project comes from a strong collaboration between the partners of the project and the consultation of other actors involved in the education system all across Europe.
Study Report Output
As a first stage of development the partners of the project gathered information on the educational systems in Europe, the way to become a teacher and how they are (or are not) trained all along their professional pathway. The synthesis and the analysis of these results are presented in the Country Study Report coordinated by Örebro University in Sweden.
TiLL London Meeting Report
The 1st meeting of the project, in London in February 2018, was the occasion to present the ambition and the methodology of the project to a wide range of experts. From these two days of work rose the issues of societal changes and the impact of these on school and the kind of education/curricula children will need, the European context, career development of the teacher, lifelong learning, subject related learning and the ways of learning.
TiLL Reggio Emilia Meeting
The 2nd meeting in Reggio Emilia was the occasion to present the summary of findings from the first intellectual output (the country report.).
Partners also worked on the competencies to be focused on while developing the Competence model and the self assessment tool. These discussions can be found on the Italy meeting report and its appendixes which are the work developed by the UNIMORE team involved in the project.
Appendix One Italy Report presenting a first draft of the Competence models and its methodology.
Appendix Two Italy Report presenting a first draft of the self assessment tool.
Appendix Three Italy Report presenting the online accreditation system forecasted within the project.
Grid competence assessment strategies
Based on survey results, projections and gaps in processes, this document presents a detailed description of the TiLL Qualification Framework in terms of learning outcomes and ways to demonstrate their achievement.
The Framework includes five core areas of competences: metacognition and cognitive self-regulation; emotional self-regulation and ability to motivate and engage students; building on individual differences; generating a creative learning environment and information and communications technology. Those core areas contain detailed sub-competencies, descriptions, examples and related academic tools for assessment.
TiLL Unimore competencies
This document is designed for teachers who want to evaluate their meta-awareness on cognitive and learning styles. It contains two parts: a test on awareness on cognitive styles theories and assessment criteria, and a practical situation test.