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Accelerating the transition towards Edu 4.0 in HEIs

Type of activity
Competitive project
Acronym
TEACH4EDU4
Funding entity
Commission of European Communities
Funding entity code
2020-1-HR01-KA203-077777
Amount
39.410,00 €
Start date
2020-11-02
End date
2023-05-01
URL
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Abstract
The project TEACH4EDU4 includes higher education institutions joined in the partnership to enable its teachers and students a unique exercise in acquiring new skills and new teaching methods in line with the developments in Industry 4.0. Project activities are designed to enable the creation of the environment for implementation of new learning and teaching approaches in computer science and related disciplines.

The project will result in a series of tangible and intangible results: Catalogue of new forms of teaching, learning and assessment in CS in Edu 4.0 and related teachers’ skills and competences, Learning design models, Collaborative Teaching Methods for Joint Creative Classrooms, Guidebook on the use of learning data to create evidence-based learning design decisions and Partnership Manifesto - Transferability of the developed models.

TEACH4EDU4 project consortium consists of seven universities from seven European countries: Faculty of Organization and Informatics, University of Zagreb (Croatia - leading institution), The Open University (United Kingdom), University of Žilina (Slovakia), University of Belgrade (Serbia), University of L'Aquila (Italy), Tallinn University (Estonia), Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain).

Additionally, we believe that only by close cooperation with the industry we can deliver quality results. Therefore, our associated partners, namely Technology Park Varaždin, Technology Innovation Centre Medimurje, Croatian Information Technology Association, European Distance and E-Learning Network (Hungary) and Ringier Axel Springer (Slovakia) will support the development of intellectual outputs, providing valuable inputs in the development phase but as well supporting the provision of courses and contributing to the dissemination of project results.

The project should make an impact on 3 levels: student, lecturers, institutional. The project coordinator is Assoc. Prof. Igor Balaban from FOI UNIZG.
Scope
Europa
Resoluton year
2020
Funding call
ERASMUS +. KEY ACTION 2: COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES
Grant institution
European Commission. Education Audiovisual And Culture Executive Agency (eacea)

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