Making sense of competences: E-learning boosts self-awareness
The EU prioritises competence building of its citizens, but competences are rarely assessed. E-learning and social media can help in the assessment.
Tim Scholze has developed and coordinated various European projects in the framework Lifelong Learning/ERASMUS+ Programme and its sub-actions (LdV, Grundtvig, Comenius, KA3), LIFE+ (Environment) programme, the eLearning initiative, INTERREG and the ESF since 1997. Since then he has managed and participated in approximately 50 transnational European projects, mainly in the field of innovative, cross-sectoral projects dealing with participative learning approaches, competence based learning, validation of key competences and regional capacity building. Tim holds a PhD in educational sciences and is chairman of the European REVEAL group; the umbrella organisation of experts from practice and science working on and with the LEVEL5 validation approach. Contact: email@example.com
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