Christine Redecker

Christine Redecker
European Commission | ec · Joint Research Centre (JRC)

PhD in philosophy

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The objective of this article is twofold: (i) to provide a valid and reliable instrument to measure teachers' digital competence on the basis of the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (also referred to as DigCompEdu) and (ii) to examine the relation between in-service teachers' digital competence and personal and contextual...
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Teachers need to update their competence profiles for 21st century challenges. Teaching strategies need to change and so do the competences teachers need to develop so as to empower 21st‐century learners. The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) represents a paradigmatic example of this endeavour, taking stock of...
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Based on the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu), a self- assessment tool was developed to measure teachers’ digital competence. This paper describes the DigCompEdu reference framework, the development and the evaluation of the instrument, and analyses the results of the study with 335 participants in Germany in...
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As the teaching professions face rapidly changing demands, educators require an increasingly broad and more sophisticated set of competences than before. In particular the ubiquity of digital devices and the duty to help students become digitally competent requires educators to develop their own digital competence. On International and national lev...
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This report offers policy-makers in digital education evidence on how, at the national or regional level, policies can be designed and implemented to foster digital-age learning. The presented findings are the result of a mixed methodological design comprising four parts: desk-research on digital education policy, the identification of national and...
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Adult learning and open education have become key elements on the European Agenda. This paper presents the first results of a foresight activity that aims to contribute to an understanding of how ‘Opening up Education’ can improve adult learning in Europe in the future. It argues that to open up adult learning two main challenges must be overcome:...
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The last ten years has witnessed some profound changes in the way we learn, communicate, network and collaborate primarily driven by technological advances related to the use of the internet. While the only certainty is that change will continue, the makers of social, educational and economic policy need to develop understandings of where the curre...
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The potential benefits of OER have led many European governments to implement policies supporting their creation and use. This chapter aims to put these OER policies in context, discussing their focus and scope and highlighting challenges and bottlenecks. On the basis of the analysis of the current state of the art, it is argued that one of main ba...
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This paper presents key findings from a foresight study on the "Future of Learning", which employed a series of structured stakeholder consultations, in different formats, involving experts, policy makers and teachers, to envisage how and what European citizens will learn in 2020-2030. The overall vision is that personalisation, collaboration and i...
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This article discusses how Information and Communication Technologies can support 21st century assessment strategies and what needs to be done to ensure that technological advances support and foster pedagogical innovation. Based on an extensive review of the literature, it provides an overview of current ICT-enabled assessment practices, with a pa...
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This report assesses current trends in the area of ICT for learning and assessment in view of their value for supporting the assessment of Key Competences. Based on an extensive review of the literature, it provides an overview of current ICT-enabled assessment practices, with a particular focus on more recent developments that support the holistic...
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This paper discusses the notion of digital competence and its components. It reports on the identification, selection, and analyses of fifteen frameworks for the development of digital competence. Its objective is to understand how digital competence is currently understood and implemented. It develops an overview of the different sub-competences t...
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In the past, eAssessment focused on increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of test administration; improving the validity and reliability of test scores; and making a greater range of test formats susceptible to automatic scoring. Despite the variety of computer-enhanced test formats, eAssessment strategies have been firmly grounded in a tradi...
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This report aims to identify, understand and visualise major changes to learning in the future. It developed a descriptive vision of the future, based on existing trends and drivers, and a normative vision outlining how future learning opportunities should be developed to contribute to social cohesion, socio-economic inclusion and economic growth....
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The development of social networks, which lends scope for new forms of exchange and the creation of a collective intelligence, plays a major role today in the changes affecting formal education. It is this precise phenomenon that Christine Redecker and Yves Punie address in this Futuribles special feature on the "School in the Digital Era." They pr...
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This report documents the findings of the study on the potential of ICT in supporting the provision of domiciliary care in Spain, with particular attention to the case of immigrant care workers and informal caregivers. This country study was launched by JRC-IPTS in 2008 in parallel with two complementary country studies, assessing the situation in...
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This report synthesizes the findings of a series of four online consultations which were conducted as part of the study “The Future of Learning: New Ways to Learn New Skills for Future Jobs”. The findings suggest that, while the existing physical and formal structures of education and training will remain intact, schools and universities will chang...
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Teachers are major stakeholders in the field or learning. However, they are rarely consulted when thinking about the future challenges and changes for education and training. To change this, IPTS took the opportunity to develop and discuss visions on the future of learning with teachers during the yearly eTwinning conference in February, 2010, in S...
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Take up of Web 2.0 applications in formal Education and Training is still in an experimental phase and scientific evidence on Learning 2.0 practices in schools and universities is scarce. To gather more insights on the current use and potential impact of Learning 2.0, IPTS conducted an exploratory study on the use of social media applications in fo...
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In an ageing society, with expected increases in the number of people in need of long-term care; shrinking numbers of health professionals and dedicated carers; high-level health technology; and growing costs for national budgets, two complementary trends are likely to emerge as components of a supply-side solution to meeting the demand for home ca...
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This report synthesizes and discusses the findings of a series of studies on the use of ICT to support caregivers providing Long-Term Care at home, with particular attention to migrant caregivers. The use of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) for health and social care is playing an increasingly important role in the context of the demogr...
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This report gives examples of various initiatives all over Europe illustrating that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) contribute to the social and cultural integration of immigrants and ethnic minorities (IEM); facilitate the successful integration of migrant children and youth into Education and Training; and enhance vocational trai...
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Over the last few years, the Internet has had a profound effect on the private and professional lives of European citizens, offering them an increasing number and range of opportunities for accessing information, gaining and exchanging knowledge and realising personal learning goals. With the emergence of social media applications, which encourage...
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Teachers are major stakeholders in the field or learning. However, they are rarely consulted when thinking about the future challenges and changes for education and training. To change this, IPTS took the opportunity to develop and discuss visions on the future of learning with teachers during the yearly eTwinning conference in February, 2010, in S...
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Over the last few years, “Web 2.0” or “social computing” applications like blogs, wikis, photo- and video-sharing sites, and also online social networking sites and virtual worlds, have seen unprecedented take up. Research evidence suggests that these online tools have not only affected people’s private and professional lives, but are also starting...
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Over the last few years, “web 2.0” or “social computing” applications like blogs, wikis, photo- and video-sharing sites, as well as online social networking sites and virtual worlds, have seen an unprecedented take up. This has changed the way people access, manage and exchange knowledge, and the way they connect and interact. This trend is accompa...
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This study is part of a collaboration project between the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC-IPTS) and its Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC). The objective is to investigate the innovative and inclusive potential of social computing applications in formal education by reviewing current practice. The report identif...
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This report presents the outcomes of the expert workshop held at the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS) on 29 and 30 October 2008 to discuss the impact of the social computing on Education and Training (E&T) in Europe. The workshop aimed to validate the results of the Learning 2.0 study, launched by IPTS in collaboration with DG...
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Over the last few years, “Web 2.0” or “social computing” applications like blogs, wikis, photo- and video- sharing sites, as well as online social networking sites and virtual worlds, have seen an unprecedented take up, changing the way people access, manage and exchange knowledge, and the way they con- nect and interact. This trend is accompanied...
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New technologies, and especially social computing, provide new opportunities for education and training, as they enhance learning and teaching, and facilitate collaboration, innovation and creativity for individuals and organizations. The benefits of deploying social computing and ICT for learning depend on the learning approach used, emphasizing t...
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This report uses a rigorous imagining approach to develop an alternative way of organizing learning in Europe whereby the traditional school system no longer plays a significant role. This study shows that, on the basis of phenomena already present in Europe today, it is possible to invent a discontinuous model of how people learn and how what they...
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The rapid emergence of social computing applications is changing the ways people connect with each other, exchange and create knowledge in different spheres. In particular, young people entering higher education are integrating ICT seamlessly in their everyday life and call for educational institutions to support their digital learning styles. But...
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Lifelong learning strategies need to answer to the growing need for advanced digital competence for all jobs and for all learners. Learning digital skills not only needs to be addressed as a separate subject but also embedded within teaching in all subjects. Building digital competence by embedding and learning ICT should start as early as possible...

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Describing what it means to be digitally competent