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Digitally competent educational organisations working day

Digitally competent educational organisations working day

Organized by the National Institute of Educational Technologies and Teacher training. Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.


  • Present the framework of digital competence in educational organizations designed by IPTS and a development agenda.
  • Determinate the current situation with regard to the digital competence of educational organizations at the international level, European and Spanish.
  • Analyze the impact of digital transformation of educational organizations on current and future education.
  • Discuss proposals to advance the implementation of digital competence in educational organizations.

Date and place: May 24th , 2016 in 58 Torrelaguna street, Madrid.

You can access a summary of each of the interventions of the day, in Spanish and english.


José Luis Blanco, General manager of Territorial Evaluation and Cooperation (curriculum)

Round table of International organizations

Moderates and presents the table: Félix Serrano, Director of INTEF.

Component of the table:

Yves Punie, representative of the European Commission JRC-IPTS: Yves Punir is a senior scientist at the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies of the European Union (JRC IPTS), directs research activities in "ICT for learning and skills". (biography) (paper).

Alexander Khoroshilov, UNESCO representative. Alexander Khoroshilov is the Director (Officer-In-Charge) of the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (UNESCO ITE). (biografía) (paper).

Anusca Ferrari, representative of European Schoolnet: Anusca Ferrari is the manager of the European Schoonet Digital Competence Project. (biography) (ponencia).

Roundtable of representatives of the administration of Autonomous Communities.

This table was moderated by Mª Jesús García San Martin, head of the Network training and social Networks Area of INTEF, and members of the same were the following, as they appear on the tableand that is the order of response to the first question.

  • José Alberto Hernández Gañan, head of service of training of the teaching of the General Directorate of Innovation and Educational Equity of Ministry of education of Castilla y León (biography).
  • Juan Pablo Pulido head of service of Information and Communication Technologies Service at the General Secretariat of Education, a unit that coordinates and manages the policy and services of science and educational technologies of Extremadura (biography).
  • Jordi Vivancos, head of area of Technologies for Learning and Knowledge of the Ministry of Education of the Generalitat de Catalunya (biography).
  • Mikel Aguirregabiria head of service of Service Responsible for Educational Innovation in the Basque Government (biography).

The content of the table is based on the answer to two questions that are made by the moderator.

Question 1: In the field of education administrations, how is digital competence currently measured in school?

Question 2: How would you define a digitally competent center, and how would you evaluate it?

Round table of industry representatives

Moderated by Mar Jiménez López, Head of Training and Institutional relations Area of INTEF.

Participants of the table:

Silvia Pradas Motilla, lecturer at the International University of La Rioja, of the Official Master's Degree in Neuropsychology and Education. (biography) (paper).

Oscar Martin Centeno, DHead teacher of the Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary Education Center of Santo Domingo de Madrid and President of the Board of Directors of Madrid CEIPS Santo Domingo, Algete (Madrid). (biography) (paper).

David Álvarez, member of Conecta 13, from which he develops various networking projects CEO Conecta13. (biography) (paper).


Marcial Marín Hellín, Secretary of State for Education, Vocational Training and Universities (curriculum)