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4-th project meeting. June 19 – 20, 2017

Universite Nice Sophia Antipolis

The findings of the training week and their valorisation were also the topic of discussions during the 4th coordination meeting, which took place at the UNS directly after the training week, on June 19 and 20.


Moldovan partners presented their curricula proposals on innovative ICT-based approaches for teachers and highlighted once again the added value of the training courses at the UNS, which gave impulses for the enrichment of the corresponding teaching, learning and assessment techniques. In that sense, the next step for the Moldovan teams will be to reflect upon the gained know-how and its integration into the new educational provisions for teachers. Continue reading


Training week in Universite Nice Sophia Antipolis

June 12 – 16, 2017

Should you believe, the picturesque French Riviera is only famous for its exquisite resort places you are quite wrong! The fact is that Nice, for example, also offers excellent opportunities to learn more about the innovative ICT-based pedagogy. This can be confirmed by 20 Moldovan teachers, who visited the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) from June 12 – 19, 2017. At the UNS’ Department of Innovative Pedagogy, they were trained by French instructional designers in designing and implementing pedagogical activities using a wide range of ICT.



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3rd project meeting. February 02 – 03, Alecu Russo Balti State University, RM

At the 2nd and 3rd of February at Alecu Russo Balti State University, Republic of Moldova the 3rd project meeting was held in the framework of the Erasmus+ , KA2 – Capacity Building in Higher Education project 561820-EPP-1-2015-1-DE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Creating Moldovan E-network for promoting innovative e-teaching in the continuing professional education (TEACH ME). Continue reading

Training week at Kingston University (London, UK)

The training week at Kingston University London (KUL) delivered presentations by world-renowned specialists from Centre for Higher Education Research and Practice (CHERP) and combine group discussion, case studies and best practices to enhance the knowledge and skills of academic staff to gain a better understanding of how students learn and how to support the learning process in the 21st century. Continue reading