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Reflection on OECD Report: Innovating Education and Educating for Innovation

Front cover of OECD report, for you to make sure you’ve found the correct one to read! One of our mottos in Eummena, is that we always strive to realise the human potential. And by that, we mean also our own potential, as individuals but also as a team. Therefore, in the context of our work, we always seek any content that will allow us to enhance our knowledge on what we do, and consequently allow us to offer better services for our customers!

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Moodle Workplace: New kid on the block!

Hopefully, some of you will get the 1990s reference to New Kids on the Block, and some others, won’t! Workplace is somewhat of a new kid on the block of the Moodle offerings! As Moodle explains it here, Moodle Workplace is intended for all those companies that are looking for an effective learning solution for training and development. What does this mean, you ask? Well, with Moodle Workplace, you can (again reflecting from the previous article):

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Why do teachers love Moodle?

“Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important” — Bill Gates One of the many quotes that exemplify the teacher significance not only for education as a whole, but for any small or big intervention, technological or not, in the learning process. Teachers are the “fuel” for any Moodle Installation that hopes to succeed, to impact learners.

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Reflection on World Bank Group Report: Learning to Realise Education’s Potential

One of our mottos in Eummena, is that we always strive to realise the human potential. And by that, we mean also our own potential, as individuals but also as a team. Therefore, in the context of our work, we always seek any content that will allow us to enhance our knowledge on what we do, and consequently allow us to offer better services for our customers! In this direction, we will be sharing our takeaways and insights that come from reading interesting reports on learning, education and/or technology.

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OECD Skills Outlook 2019 Report

The report presents digitalisation as a great potential to boost productivity. With comprehensive and coordinated policies, countries can establish a ground for the new technologies into better outcomes for the society. Also, this great potential means that with digitisation inequalities might increase if some regions or some people are left behind. Some Key Highlights of the Report, are the following: Literacy, numeracy and problem solving skills in technological environment is key to reap most benefits of internet use and to use internet in a diversified and complex ways.

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PISA redefining testing standards

It is right now a question on how to approach assessment and measurement policies in light of the recent changes of the new competencies that are becoming of interest in the education community. Eummena is actively involved in undertaking research and providing assessment solutions for this new shift. Eummena is currently advising its partners and customers on how to shape accordingly their assessment tools, EdTech strategies, and digital skills initiatives.

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