Supporting key competence development Learning approaches and environments in school education : input paper
Frohlich Hougaard, Karsten
This input paper is designed to help participants prepare for the conference on Supporting Key Competence Development: Learning approaches and environments in school education (Brussels, 12-13 November 2019). It presents key terms and concepts and provides a starting point for reflection about policy support to local and national approaches. This conference will discuss different learning approaches and environments that support key competence development in school education, including Early Childhood Education and Care(ECEC) and initial Vocational Education and Training(IVET). Developing key competences for all is at the heart of the European Education Area where everyone should have access to high quality education, training and lifelong learning. In today's world, young people need a broad range of competences to find fulfilling jobs and become independent, active citizens.
Number of pages45p.
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