MOSEP – More Self-Esteem With My E-Portfolio Development of a Train-the-Trainer Course for E-Portfolio Tutors

Abstract : This paper gives an insight into the MOSEP project, funded by the European Commission (Leonardo da Vinci Programme). The project focuses on the high dropout rates amongst young students (14-16) in the transition phase from middle to upper secondary school or into first vocational education. MOSEP addresses this problem by proposing to introduce the method of electronic learning and development portfolios (e-portfolios) specifically designed for effectively teaching and consulting this difficult adolescent learner group and helping them to identify and document their competences even if acquired through non-formal or informal learning. In this way it is expected that young people's motivation, reflection, confidence and self-esteem will be enhanced, which might help them to reach better qualifications and improve their chances on a globalised labour market and in a globalised society.
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Gerlinde Buchberger, Wolf Hilzensauer, Veronika Hornung-Prähauser. MOSEP – More Self-Esteem With My E-Portfolio Development of a Train-the-Trainer Course for E-Portfolio Tutors. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 14 p. ⟨hal-00197300⟩

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