- UTM - https://utm.md -

Training week at Kingston University (London, UK)

img_0407

The training week at Kingston University London (KUL [1]) delivered presentations by world-renowned specialists from Centre for Higher Education Research and Practice (CHERP [2]) 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.

The week featured 5 full days, between 27 June and 1 July, 2016  – 8 hour/days of expert, relevant and impactful education for the target group (25 trainees from Moldova universities – TSU, USARB, TUM, USC, CSU, SAUM) of the TEACH-ME project.

The training week in KUL concentrated on innovative pedagogical approaches and e-teaching for teachers, providing to trainees the opportunity to reflect on their knowledge and practices, ask questions about unclear ideas, and explore the values of educational e-tools and apps.

The programme included the following presentations:

In addition to these presentations, trainers encouraged critical thinking as a way to persuade trainees to reflect on their own knowledge, to organize their ideas in preparation for instruction, and to prepare for the future activities in the project.

(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)