Újabb kötetekkel gyarapodott a közösségi pályaorientációs szakpolitika elemzése

2014 decemberében három új figyelemre méltó új kötettel jelentkezett az Európai Pályaorientációs Szakpolitikai Hálózat kiskönyvtára. A jelenleg még csak angol nyelven elérhető kötetek között kettő a korábban megkezdett Concept Note hagyományát követve a korai iskolaelhagyás és életpálya-tanácsadás, illetve a munka-alapú tanulás/ duális képzés és életpálya-tanácsadás témaköreit dolgozták fel. Teljesen új kötete és irányt is jelez a PISA eredményekre és egyes OECD országokban és így Magyarországon is felvett pályaorientációs kiegészítő kérdőívekre épített elemző-kutató kötet megjelenése.

A két friss Concept Note a közösségi szakpolitikákban olyannyira (Európa 2020 tagállami vállalásokat magyarul lásd itt) hangsúlyos korai iskolaelhagyás valamint a munka-alapú képzés, duális képzés és a pályaorientáció témaköreit körüljárva tesz megfontolandó javaslatokat a tagállamok számára. A PISa kutatási kötet pedig a közoktatási rendszerben jól működő pályaorientáció és a PISA eredmények között próbál kapcsolatot találni.

A kötetek és elérhetőségük:

ELGPN Concept Note No. 5 - Work-based Learning and Lifelong Guidance Policies

WORK-BASED LEARNING performs different functions in relation to European countries’ skills systems. It offers young people a way of learning about jobs and work to help inform their choices; but it also provides skills, knowledge and accreditation which give people access to opportunities.

This Concept Note discusses the relationship between lifelong guidance and work-based learning and argues that lifelong guidance can support individuals in transition from work-based learning to sustainable employment. This Concept Note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries.

The authors are Dr Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze (Hungary) and Jo Hutchinson (United Kingdom).

http://www.elgpn.eu/publications/elgpn-concept-note-no.-5-work-based-learning-and-lifelong-guidance-policies

ELGPN Concept Note No. 6 - Early School Leaving and Lifelong Guidance

ONE OF THE EUROPE2020 TARGETS is reducing Early School Leaving (ESL) rate to less than 10 %. A multitude of approaches to combating ESL have been adopted across Europe. Each country has its own strategy and in a number of European countries lifelong guidance is identified as a beneficial measure for tackling early leaving from education and training. The Concept Note discusses the role of guidance in prevention, intervention and compensation actions related to ESL. This Concept Note has been commissioned by ELGPN, and supported by a reference group drawn from its members. The views expressed, however, are those of its authors and do not necessarily represent the views of ELGPN or its member-countries. The authors are Ms Annemarie Oomen (The Netherlands) and Prof Peter Plant (Denmark).

 http://www.elgpn.eu/publications/elgpn-concept-note-no.-6-early-school-leaving-and-lifelong-guidance

 ELGPN Research Paper No. 1 - PISA

THE OECD HAS BEEN CONDUCTING ITS PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) survey at three-yearly intervals since 2000. In addition to the primary focus upon student achievement in 2012 one area that was explored was career development. The option of completing the Education Career questionnaire was taken up by 22 of the 65 countries and economies that took part in PISA 2012 and fourteen of the 22 countries are members of the ELGPN.

The purpose of the this ELGPN Research Paper is to provide an initial exploration of the potential of PISA 2012 to illuminate some links between career development and public policy, to explore national differences in patterns of 15 year-olds’ participation in career development activities and their perceived career-related competences, and to suggest priorities for further analysis. It provides a first-level analysis of the relationship between career development and the characteristics of schools and of students and their families, and does not try to examine either interaction between variables or to partial out the absolute impact of individual variables once the impact of others has been taken into consideration. Its focus is upon general patterns and trends rather than upon trying to understand individual countries.

This Research Paper has been co-authored by Professor Richard Sweet, Dr Kari Nissinen and Dr Raimo Vuorinen in his role as the ELGPN Co-ordinator.

http://www.elgpn.eu/publications/elgpn-research-paper-no.-1-pisa

 

 

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