image Equipping children and young people with key competences – the knowledge, skills and attitudes which facilitate the application of knowledge to the fast changing real-world contexts of the 21st century – is a universal challenge faced by schools. This short teacher guide focuses on project-based learning as a teaching method schools can use to help their students develop key competences.

Equipping children and young people with key competences – the knowledge, skills and attitudes which facilitate the application of knowledge to the fast changing real-world contexts of the 21st century – is a universal challenge faced by schools. This short teacher guide focuses on project-based learning as a teaching method schools can use to help their students develop key competences.

This document is one of a series of teacher guides commissioned by KeyCoNet, the European Policy Network on Key Competences in School Education. It was compiled by the National Foundation for Educational Research in England in support of European Schoolnet’s online course for teachers on competences for 21st century schools: www.europeanschoolnetacademy.eu/web/keyconet.

Type
guidelines
Author
Amanda Harper
Year
2014
Audience
educational authorities, learners, other, policy makers, researchers, teachers
Topics
Innovation
Related projects
KeyCoNet
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