Assessment, Training and Innovation on Basic competencies in Secondary Education: ICT, Information Literacy and Conflict Resolution (ATI-LINCO)
Skills for conflict resolution
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Rodríguez Conde, M.J., Martín Izard, J.F., Martínez Abad, F., Hernández Marcos, J.P., Nieto Isidro, S., Herrera García, M.E., Olmos Migueláñez, S., Torrecilla Sánchez, E.M., González Rogado, M.B.,y Torrijos, P. (2013). Assessment, Training and Innovation on Basic competencies in Secondary Education: ICT, Information Literacy and Conflict Resolution (ATI-LINCO). In F. J. García-Peñalvo, A. García-Holgado, J. Cruz-Benito (Eds.), Proceedings of the TEEM’13 Track on Knowledge Society Related Projects, Salamanca, Spain, November 16, 2013. Salamanca, Spain: Grupo GRIAL
[EN] The ATI-LINCO is an interdisciplinary national research project leaded by the Research Group “Evaluación Educativa y Orientación” (“Educational Assessment and Guidance”) at the University Institute of Educational Sciences (IUCE, University of Salamanca, Spain). Its focus calls the attention on key skills assessment, training of Secondary school teachers in Basic competences and the implementation of innovation processes. In the first project (SEJ2006-10700) the research interest aimed at the assessment of Basic Competencies in high school students, obtaining enough evidence as to move on a second project (EDU2009-08753). In this second attempt, the research questions about the assessment and training of secondary school teachers were divided into two basic skills:information literacy and conflict resolution competences. Finally with the ATI-LINCO project, the interest is to reverse the results of the evaluation and training on innovation processes in the secondary school setting. The Project themes are: skills assessment, teacher training, Innovation in secondary education, information literacy, conflict resolution and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as integrate tools supporting the entire project. The research methodology is different and adapted to each of the objectives proposed. On the one hand, our goal is to continue with the diagnosis of student key skills, that support learning. On the other hand, we propose an experimental design to test the ICT effectiveness in a training program for skill development in teacher training schools. On the other hand, we intend to frame an educational innovation project based on Basic Competencies through an interactive process of action-research. The ultimate goal, therefore, is contributing to improve the quality of the Spanish Educational System in Secondary Education.