The Wikiskills project
The project aims at :
- Developing collaborative leadership skills, collective decision making skills, conflict resolution skills, governance skills, etc., whilst participating to the growth of a learning and working community
- Improving skills on collaborating with others to edit and develop texts
- Valorising existing cultural patrimony
- Acquisition of digital fluency basic knowledge
This wiki culture corresponds to European priorities of promoting creativity, competitiveness, employability and entrepreneurial spirit, equity, social cohesion and active citizenship.
- Guidelines booklet for teachers
- Wiki tools and skills training experiment for educational bodies
- Best practices video and a guidebook
The project training courses will be developed at two different levels: “face-to-face” (f-2-f) training courses in each partner country for a national audience and moderated online courses that will become self-directed online courses to reach a wide international audience.
The target groups addressed within the project’s lifetime are
- Secondary school pupils and teachers (Comenius).
- Higher education institutions. Not only students, but also professors and business staff (Erasmus).
- Trainees in initial vocational training or people who have already graduated, as well as VET professionals (Leonardo da Vinci).
- Low qualified adult education providers, not only teachers, trainers, staff and organisations working in the sector, but also learners in adult education (Grundtvig).
The self-directed courses will be made available in several languages – EN, FR, DE, ES and EL. The outcomes of the project will be published under a free licence (presumably cc-by-sa 3.0). Open Educational Resources released with a free license allow communities of practitioners and stakeholders to copy, adapt and share the resources legally and freely, in order to support high-quality and locally relevant teaching and learning.
Contact : info @ wikiskills.net