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Measuring innovation in Argentina

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This presentation was given by Mercedes Miguel at at the Public Conference “Innovation in education : What has changed in the classroom in the past
decade?”.

Measuring innovation in education and understanding how it works is essential to improve the quality of the education sector. Monitoring systematically how pedagogical practices evolve would considerably increase the international education knowledge base. We need to examine whether, and how, practices are changing within classrooms and educational organisations and how students use learning resources. We should know much more about how teachers change their professional development practices, how schools change their ways to relate to parents, and, more generally, to what extent change and innovation are linked to better educational outcomes. This would help policy makers to better target interventions and resources, and get quick feedback on whether reforms do change educational practices as expected. This would enable us to better understand the role of innovation in education.

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Measuring innovation in Argentina

  1. 1. Argentina
  2. 2. 2 In Argentina 75% of students find that the current education model lacks certain topics or activities Survey APRENDER 2017 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education Some remarks on innovation in Argentina What do we know? 76% of 4th grade students have teachers who put major emphasis on classroom tests to monitor progress (OECD average: 45%) OECD Country Highlights: Argentina (based on PISA 2015) 25% of 4th grade students have teachers who frequently discuss their work with peers OECD Country Highlights: Argentina (based on PISA 2015) 1 in 3 public secondary schools in Argentina will already be implementing the Secundaria Federal 2030 model in 2019 MECCyT-SICE-DNPPE
  3. 3. 3 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education Some remarks on innovation in Argentina What do we know? 79% of secondary students consider school should dedicate more time for sexual education 76% would like more time to address gender-related violence and other forms of violence 74% would like to learn more about ICTs 67% would like to work more with projects Survey APRENDER 2016, among 79% surveyed students who considered school should teach or deal with more subjects 52% of secondary students consider they sometimes use school maths in everyday life. 31% consider they never do Survey APRENDER 2016, among 259.220 5th and 6th grade secondary students responding 40% of secondary school teachers find they can’t complete their course syllabus Survey APRENDER 2016, among 17,380 secondary school professors responding
  4. 4. The Process of Innovation What should we monitor? 4 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education Lack of strategic planning for implementing innovation Collaborative Working Strategy Training of Public Officials for Innovation Planning Flexibility Consensus Collaborative Working
  5. 5. Strenghtening of Institutional Capacities Macro-Fed Gov’t Meso- Provinces Micro-Schools Organization of Teachers’ Work Teacher Training and Professional Support • Framework: CFE Res. 330/17 • Technical support documents • Orientations • Possible scenarios • Orientations • Simulations • Possible scenarios • Training and support device • Contextualization • Regulations • Support • Monitoring • Regulations • Communications • Contextualization • Regulations • Resources • Necessary agreements • School support device • Peer support• Team structuring • Collaborative work • Implementation• Leadership for change • Development of learning planning • Management of school time Academic Regulation Organization of Learning 5 Dimensions and Levels of Intervention The Challenge of Transforming Classroom Practices Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education
  6. 6. Some remarks on innovation in Argentina Federal Network for Learning Improvement • Collective construction on the meaning of innovation • Combining common policy making with local autonomy and flexibility to adapt • Outcomes: • Secundaria Federal 2030 • National Plan Learning Mathematics New Government School of Education Policy • Government-level innovation is needed to let innovation flourish through the system • Allowing innovative practices at the school and classroom levels • Creating communities for collective learning and experience sharing 6 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education The Process of Innovation Lack of strategic planning for implementing innovation Collabor ative Working Strategy Training of Public Officials for Innovation Planning Flexibility Consensus Collaborative Working
  7. 7. Re-thinking Assessments and Accountability Towards comprehensive and formative assessment systems 7 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education Assessments Measuring New Learning Goals • Defining new skills sets for students to gain o Programming and Robotics • Designing suitable assessment tools o Learning Progress Indicators (IPAP) Accountability Accountability as an Innovation enabler • Comprehensive Annual Operative Plan (POAI) • Strategy to track improvements in a federal system
  8. 8. 8 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education What are we doing? • Skills Policies • Strenghtening Governance • Effective Financing • Transitions • Equity • Pedagogical Innovation The Future of Work
  9. 9. Thank you! Mercedes Miguel Secretary of Innovation and Quality in Education mercedes.miguel@educacion.gob.ar +54-9-11 4198-0633 Secretariat of Innovation and Quality in Education

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