This project has been funded with support from the European Commission
The Strategy of Pre-university education reform in Albania
Pre-university education is a reform process, involving the whole educational system documentation, curriculum, organization and evaluation of learning, reform the systems of initial training, qualification and professional development of human resources at work, to the physical infrastructure of institutions educational.
Important element of the reform is the reform of the curriculum. To date the curriculum has been organized in specific subject’s programs, which mainly separate, unconnected to one another, to emphasize the development of theory and less on practical it. Often lacked coherence between vertical and horizontal, were overworked and not appropriate to the age level of the students’ development. Integration rate was low; therefore, students cannot resolve a problem in complex situations.
Education reform aims to develop key European powers, that our students are able to solve complex problems of modern life on a personal level as well as at national and global level. Through its quality and ensure equal education for every member of society, regardless of ethnicity, gender, social status and other changes.
The curriculum is structured in six degrees, which represent periods with common characteristics in terms of child development and curriculum requirements themselves. It is structured according to key competencies and learning outcomes and competence in the field of learning organized.
Key competencies upon which structured curriculum reform is:
Competence of communication and expression
Competence of thinking
The competence of learning to learn
Competencies for life, entrepreneurship and environment