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eLearning in National Policies: full report published!
Objective: Provide an overview on the ways in which ICT are and can be used for assessment of knowledge, skills and attitudes of key competences, especially those transversal competences such as learning to learn, creativity, entrepreneurship and digital competence.Based on the research evidence available, reflect on the potential of ICT for assessing key competences, taking into account issues related to curricula, learning outcomes, teachers, learners and educational institutions.Indicate implications and options for policy, with a view to guiding for policies related to the assessment and promotion of key competences. The definition of key competences is based on the 2006 European Recommendation on key competences (Official Journal L 394 of 30.12.2006) whereby all EU member states have agreed on a set of eight key competences for lifelong learning by the European Union. The use of ICT for the assessment of Key Competences The use of ICT for the assessment of Key Competences
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