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On February 23-25, the workshop on design of “10-module advanced training program: application of ECTS/Tuning methodologies in pedagogical practice of VET” was held in Greece.

February 23 @ 8:00 am - February 25 @ 5:00 pm
3 Leontos Sofou st., 546 26, Thessaloniki, Greece
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The 3-day workshop took place in Thessaloniki, Geese from February 23 - 25, 2022, it was organized by the South East European Research Centre (SEERC) of CITY College, University of York.

The workshop was attended by more than 40 representatives of the project consortium universities from Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Serbia, Russia and Kazakhstan.

During the first day, Vicky Papachristou (SEERC, CITY College, University of York), David Allan and Glenn Millington (Edge Hill University, UK) presented new materials for synchronous and asynchronous study of the course "English for Specific Purposes". They also introduced to participants the interactive learning tools such as Kahoot, www.purposegames etc. Colleagues from Dresden University of Technology (Dresden, Germany) continued the session by summarizing materials on the topics of inclusion, case study and communicative teaching methods in higher education based on the experience of their university. In addition, they presented new materials for the 10th Module of the Programme aimed at enhancing of employability. The first day ended with practical work in groups.

On the second day, Asier Altuna (University of Deusto, Spain) summed up the results of the work already carried out with regard to the “10-module advanced training program: application of ECTS/Tuning methodologies in pedagogical practice of VET" development, he reported on how the programme structure, general and specific competencies, learning outcomes and tools were agreed among Russian, Kazakhstan and European partners. Then the consortium members from Russia and Kazakhstan reported on the progress of the Programme development in their home universities. After the presentations, they continued to finalize their Programmes in groups with European experts. Thanks to the constructive assessment provided by the European trainers, it was possible to complete syllabi for most of the Modules.

On the final day, workshop participants determined the deadlines for completing the Programme development and approximate schedule for its piloting locally in Partner countries universities, as well as discussed other issues of further development of the project.

Presentations

23.02.2022

  1. Kelly Pasmatzi and Vicky Papachristou, SEERC, CITY College, University of York Europe Campus (Thessaloniki, Greece), David Allan and Glenn Millington, Edge Hill University (Ormskirk, UK): Expanding ESP: Development of further synchronous and asynchronous training material.
  2. Dresden University of Technology (Dresden, Germany):Competences in English: Applying for a Job & Written Communication for Work Purposes.
  3. Dresden University of Technology: case study (Dresden, Germany) – preparing of a VET graduate for a job interview.

24.02.2022

  1. Natalia Gasparyan, Don State Technical University (Rostov-on-Don, Russia): Preparation of Curriculum “European approaches in development of Vocational Education Study Programmes” (WP2).
  2. Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad, Russia): Programme Syllabus.
  3. Gulnara Zakirova, International Information Technology University (Almaty, Кazakhstan): Competence Based and Technologically Enhanced Teaching and Learning for VET Module 1. Bologna and Torino processes, Competence-based education for VET (Tuning Methodology).
  4. Galym Omarov, International Information Technology University (Almaty, Кazakhstan): Module 2. Description and development of competences.
  5. International Information Technology University (Аlmaty, Кazakhstan): Competence Based and Technologically Enhanced Teaching and Learning for VET (Tuning methodology).Module 4. Part 1. Building a profile.
  6. International Information Technology University (Аlmaty, Кazakhstan): Competence Based and Technologically Enhanced Teaching and Learning for VET (Tuning methodology).Module 4. Part 2. Building a profile.
  7. Suleyman Demirel University (Kaskelen, Кazakhstan): Competence Based and Technologically Enhanced Teaching and Learning for VET (Tuning methodology).
    Module: Assessment.
  8. Didar Ilyassov, Narxoz University (Аlmaty, Кazakhstan):Module 6. ECTS.
  9. Kanat Yergaliyev, Narxoz University (Almaty, Кazakhstan): Module 7. ECTS Implementation.
  10. Gaini Mukhanova, Narxoz University (Almaty Кazakhstan): Module 8. Consultation with stakeholders.
  11. Didar Ilyassov, Narxoz University (Almaty, Кazakhstan):
    Module 9. Employability and further studies.
  12. Saltanat Karimsattar, Aida Yergaliyeva, Diyar Nurmetov, Ulzhan Urazaliyeva and Dmitriy Cherkassov, Suleyman Demirel University (Kaskelen, Кazakhstan): Employability and Further Studies. Programme Enhancement Process.

25.02.2022

Group work

Details
Start: February 23 @ 8:00 am
End: February 25 @ 5:00 pm
Venue
Venue Name: CITY College, University of York Europe Campus
Address: 3 Leontos Sofou st., 546 26, Thessaloniki, Greece
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Organizer
Organizer Name: AGENDA