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Attwell Graham, Chrza˛szcz Agnieszka & Pallister John et al. (2007). Grab your Future with an E-portfolio : Study on New Qualifications and Skills Needed by Teachers and Career Counsellors to Empower Young Students with the E-portfolio Concepts and Tools. Salzburg : Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft. En ligne : <http://www.jcpaiva.net/ ... /Portfolios&f=34ec2>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Attwell2007a
Categories: General, TICE
Subcategories: Évaluation des élèves
Keywords: décrochage, enseignement individualisé, Europe, évaluation, évaluation des élèves, portfolio
Creators: Attwell, Chrza˛szcz, Hilzensauer, Hornung-Prähauser, Pallister
Publisher: Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft (Salzburg)
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URLs     http://www.jcpaiva ... Portfolios&f=34ec2
Abstract     
This study examines ways and methods to combat this problem and has been produced as part of the EU project MOSEP (more self-esteem with my e-portfolio), which is an innovative project being funded under the European Commission’s Leonardo da Vinci Programme (August 2006 to August 2008). MOSEP addresses the problem of early school leavers at the stage at which young learners are in danger of dropping out of the formal education system, in adolescence.

Young learners, between the age of 14 and 16, find themselves at transition points in their lives at which they have to choose between going into upper secondary education or entering vocational training. It is a time when they have to make decisions and need to be supported in making the best choices for their future careers. Adolescent research suggests that students at the transitional stage of development between childhood and adulthood need specific forms of learning support (Bandura, 2006; Pajares et al., 2006). This is the case especially for developing personal competencies, such as goal setting and accomplishment, self-organisation and self-confidence, and developing a vision of professional life.

As one powerful instrument in this development process, the MOSEP project proposes the innovative eLearning concept of ‘e-portfolio’, because at the heart of this pedagogical approach is a learner-centred model allowing a greater degree of personalisation of learning and of motivating and empowering students to acquire the self-organisational skills needed to succeed in today’s knowledge economy and to become self-confident and competent 21st-century citizens. Furthermore, the e-portfolio concept is a powerful means of aiding inclusion in both social and educational terms as it encourages the celebration of achievements – the wide pallet of skills and interests that a young person has gained both in and out of school.
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