CoNetCom: Cooperative learning networks for competence management @ school

The project is a school development project. The overall aim of the project is to enhance the potential of a school as a ‘learning organisation’ and to increase the number of ‘change agents’ in the school.
‘Good practices’ of co-operative learning techniques, which can be used at school during consultation meetings of collegial teaching and non-teaching teams, task forces and ad hoc decision-making groups will be demonstrated and/or experienced hands-on.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Prep reflections: How does the school organization enhance working in a cooperative way?

Organizational charts of the participating schools: Italy - Turkey - Spain - Latvia - Finland Järvenpään Lukio - Finland Tietola School - Norway


  1. Hello Latvia

    Do we use the same word 'Schoolboard' for the same consultation group? In Flanders, the Schoolboard consists of 3 delegated staff members, 3 delegated members from the Parents board, 3 delegated members from the Pupils board and 3 members, representing the 'local community'.

  2. Hello Italy

    In your organizational chart, you mention 'P.O.F.': what does it mean?

  3. Hello Finland - Valkeakoski

    What's the difference between Students Association and Students Board?

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  5. May be the Students Association is a group of students have finished the studies courses but are interested to work to help the school organization to grow up in the right way giving their points of view. Typical students points of view... May be...

  6. Hello Irene,

    in Italy the P.O.F. is Piano dell'Offerta Formativa (Educational Planning). It is wWhat the school offers students and their parents. It is a document that the school prepares and publish to give to the students (but overall to their parents) the idea of the educational planning of the school. The parents, in this way, can choose the school where their children will be formed on the basis of the information contained into the P.O.F.

  7. Sorry, Latvia, but what is IT in "Deputy head in IT" on the top of your org. chart?