Program of the Meeting in Poland – KATOWICE

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Greek national report

Monography about Guidance in Primary and Secondary School , and all rpovisions for Talented , Gifeted and Creative Thinking.

Radio Show about GATS – European project about gifted and talented students (german version)

Below, you can see the result of the interviews we made at our project meeting in Kastamonu, Turkey. Many different perspectives – but that makes it look multifaceted. The spoken language in the show is german.

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Radio Show about GATS – European project about gifted and talented students (english version)

Below, you can see the result of the interviews we made at our project meeting in Kastamonu, Turkey. Many different perspectives – but that makes it look multifaceted. The spoken language in the show is english.

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“Education in Germany” – an indicator-based report of 2012

“Education in Germany” is an indicator-based report which has been published at two-year intervals since 2006. It covers all levels of education and combines a comprehensive review with a specific thematic focus. The current volume for 2010 focuses on analysing demographic challenges for the education system. It was jointly commissioned by the Standing  Conference of Länder Ministers of Education (KMK) and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and was drawn up by a group of authors who bear joint responsibility for it. The members of the Authoring Group are leading representatives of the following scientific and statistical organizations: the German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF), the German Youth Institute (DJI), the Higher Education Information System (HIS), the Sociological Research Institute at Göttingen University (SOFI), the Federal Statistical Office and the statistical offices of the Länder. The national education report is a major instrument of education monitoring in Germany alongside the international student performance surveys PISA, TIMSS and PIRLS, the national review  of the achievement of the education standards of the Länder in school years four, nine and ten, and Länder specific assessments of student performance. It provides concise information about the current situation in the German education system, its performance and major problems, about lifelong learning processes, and about the development of education in Germany from an international perspective. The reports are addressed to different target groups in educational policy, administration and practice, in science and training, and in the general public. The national education reports are characterized by three basic features: • They are designed on the basis of an educational concept whose goals are reflected by three dimensions: individual self-direction, social participation
and equal opportunities, and human resources.

• Following the lead concept of lifelong learning, they consider all sectors and levels of education and provide information about the scope and  quality of the programmes offered by various institutions and about participation in such programmes.
• They are based on indicators from official statistics and representative social science surveys which, if possible, cover the developments in recent years and decades and involve comparisons at national and international level. These quality and relevance standards, however, also reflect the limitations of the national education report. It covers the current problems of educational development only to the extent to which solid data are available. The national education report 2010 is based on the same set of core indicators as the preceding two volumes and in this way enables comparison over time with
varying focuses. The specific informative value of educational reporting is derived from this updatability. In addition, the third volume includes further indicators relating to new topics, e.g. special needs support at schools, the quality of university studies, and the social profiles of participants in continuing education.
The reports as well as the indicator concept and the complete set of data on which they are based are available at  ww.bildungsbericht.de (in German, with main findings in English).

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  EFFECTIVE VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS

With this project 6 varying organisations from six countries (IT,TR,PL, LT, GRE, DE) we aimed to to share best practice and conduct to raise awareness and make more consciousness of GATS about vocational guidance.

It is known all partners the importance of helping people explore their personalities, values, and desired lifestyles as well as their interests & abilities to help them explore career options, plan for their future and realize their potential. We thought ,profession affects individuals’ whole life.

A profession could make individuals happy or unhappy.

All partners experience problems with GATS who need vocational educational guidance and surveys to choose righ professioanand to make true decision.

This project aims to increase the attractiveness of vocational gıidance and training by promoting a series of interventions that partner countries have found successful, or are experimenting with, to encourage the GATS.

During the project we will try to transfer best practises in partner countries for example whic surveys are used to to understand psychological characteristics of gifted and talented pupils, determine which job will be sıitable for them(which jobs requires which individual characteristics) and match psychological characteristics with job requirements.

Using their high level skils, they contribute not only themselves but also for the others the economy and the social life of the whole society.

 

 

Interview with media-designer Kim, living in Germany, with a british migration-background

In the framework of the GATS-Project interviews of professionals about their job profiles should be investigated and be presented by practitioners themselves. This is an interview with media-designer Kim, living in Germany, with a british migration-background.

Interview with media-designer Engin, living in Germany, with a turkish migration-background

In the framework of the GATS-Project interviews of professionals about their job profiles should be investigated and be presented by practitioners themselves.