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Big Dog and Little Dog's Performance Juxtaposition

Big Dog and Little Dog's Performance Juxtaposition

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Spain:Administration and Governance at Local and/or Institutional Level The 1978 Spanish Constitution established a model of decentralised State by which educational powers are shared between all levels of government. It is a symmetrical model, where the educational powers exercised are basically the same in each and every Autonomous Community. The competences in terms of education are shared between the State General Authority (Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport) and the Autonomous Communities (Regional Ministries or Departments of Education). In the Autonomous Cities of Ceuta and Melilla these competences are assumed by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport itself. The role of local authorities is focused on educational management through the Education Departments or Municipal Education Institutes. With this decentralisation model, the curriculum is formulated in a set of levels of application: Levels of curricular development Source: Drawn up by Eurydice Spain-REDIE from the regulations in force. Administration and governance at local level

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Spain:Primary Education The 2006 Organic Act on Education (LOE) establishes Primary Education as an educational level structured in three cycles each of them made up by two years, studied from 6 to 12 years old. The Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport (MECD) is responsible for setting the Core Curricula of this level, establishing the common objectives, contents and evaluation criteria for the whole State. The Education Authorities complete these aspects in their concerning management areas. Along with Lower Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) it constitutes the basic, compulsory and cost-free education of the Spanish Education System. Both levels are aimed at assuring the development of the basic competences: those competences to be acquired by pupils by the end of Compulsory Education in order to be able to fulfil themselves, exercise an active citizenship, satisfactorily take part in adult life and develop lifelong learning. Aim and general objectives Schools providing Primary Education

Design Lively Elearning with Action Mapping Spain:Organisation of Primary Education In order to guarantee the principle of equity in the exercise of the right to Education established by the 1978 Spanish Constitution, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport has historically determined the need to develop preventing and compensatory actions in those underprivileged areas, and to provide the economic resources and all the necessary support. On this manner inequalities derived from geographical, social, economic or other kind factors are avoided, and families can choose the preferred educational option for their children, regardless their place of residence. The Education Authorities are responsible for carrying out these actions, guaranteeing primary education students a free school place in their own municipality or schooling area, as well the most favourable conditions for the schooling of all the children whose personal conditions mean an initial inequality for progressing in the subsequent levels. Primary Education caters for children from 6 to 12 years old.

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Spain:Overview The Spanish education system It comprises the education authorities, education professionals and other public and private actors who perform regulatory, financing or service provision functions for the exercise of the right to education in Spain, and those entitled to such a right, as well as the set of relations, structures, measures and actions being implemented in order to ensure it. It is in the early stages of a reform process since the Act on the Improvement of the Quality of Education, which modifies, to a limited extent, the 2006 Education Act, was passed in 2013. The reform, on a general framework of stability, is presented as an ongoing process as weaknesses are detected or new needs arise in the education system. This reform recognises the need to combine quality and equity in the training provision, considering that school enrolment is not enough to meet the right to education, but quality is a constituent element of that right. Pre-primary education is up to 6 years of age.

Creating interactive and engaging e-content: Experiences with Articulate Storyline | Learn to Suceed - Bits and Bytes of e-learning by G The immense popularity and success of technology-aided learning has created the ever-increasing need to develop e-content that effectively engages the learner but all within the constraints of available timelines and budgets. Rapid authoring tools are the prompt solution that most e-content developers adopt to cater to these increasing needs. With the advent of newer technologies and devices that are now utilized to deliver e-learning to learners across diverse industries, newer rapid authoring tools have made their foray into the industry – armed with the features to cater to the learning needs of the modern learner. Articulate Storyline is a rapid authoring tool that has fast garnered popularity within a year of its launch in early 2012. Articulate Storyline has a minimum learning curve as it is very easy to use and explore. ‘Click to Reveal’ InteractivityCreating interactivity with Storyline is easy and quick. Drag and Drop Interactivity Synching Image Presentation with Video