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Title: Teacher professional development and digital portfolios
Author: Costa, Fernando Albuquerque
Fellner, Rostilav
Kruif, Gerard de
Kuittinen, Esko
Tuuliainen, Mika
Keywords: Electronic portfolios
Teacher training
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: COSTA, Fernando, FELLNER, Rostislav, KRUIF, Gerard de, KUITTINEN, Esko &TUULIANEN, M. (2006). Teacher professional development and digital portfolios. In APS (Ed.), Digital Portfolio as a strategy for teachers’ professional development. Lisboa: Associação de Professores de Sintra. 69-90.
Abstract: Regarding the context of the activities (designing a digital portfolio for European teachers) within our project, we would like to put national trends into a European context. This context is the context of European decisions and decrees, results of European working groups, being the basis for decisions and decrees at a national state level. European measures are many times going along with scientific trends, pilots and research projects e.g. in the field of education and pedagogy. Taking a look at European Education documents one of the starting documents and actions was the Bologna Declaration (1999). The Declaration made possible that European institutions, which have adopted the Bachelor-Master Degree system for Higher Education, in future can compare their programs based on an outbalanced credit system. Without disregarding the diversity of each country, these institutions are promoting mobility within Europe for students and teachers and European co-operation in quality assurance, just to mention the most important features. It is the basis for what is now called the “The Bologna Process”.
Peer review: yes
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