On the 12th of July 2017. monitoring visit to the project was held on Belgrade Metropolitan University by the National Erasmus Office. The aim of visit was to overview The International Strategy and project management approach at the University level and to monitor project implementation.
The meeting outlined the PT and Sc programs delivered at the USZ, some presentations focused on aspects of materials design for PT and SC studies and described a case study of how to include practical aspects in theoretical PT courses. The trip also focused on the importance of the non-educational sector in PT and SC
The main topics of the presentations and discussions included an overview of learning content authoring tools as well as effective instructional design for blending learning. The pedagogical approaches and differences between online and offline learning were also discussed. The final session of the event was a management meeting focusing on future activities in WP3 and
The aim of the visit was to overview The International Strategy and project management approach at the University level and to monitor project implementation.
On Monday, 25 January at Belgrade Metropolitan University was held a kick off meeting of the project Erasmus + PT&SCHE (Introduction of Part time & Short Cycle Studies in Serbia) Kick off meeting brought together 15 partner institutions from Serbia, Estonia, Scotland, Nederland, Hungary, and Slovenia. In the next few photos you can see the
The meeting focused on project achievements in work packages 1 and 2 and prepared project activities for WP3. Institutions, responsible for quality assurance and dissemination activities gave reports on activities done and future tasks in their respective work packages.
The meeting was considered a working version of the draft of policies about part-time and short-cycle studies. Participants agreed on the aspects of PT and SC studies that will be presented at the Belgrade conference.
During this study trip the presentations and discussions focused on the definition and description of part-time degrees as well as the topic of the transition from college to university. Participants were able to study concrete examples of part-time and blended degrees.
The meeting was aimed at defining the importance of labour market information for the implementation of the project and identifying the concrete tasks of the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce within the project.
This meeting focused on clarifiying issues for the July 4-5 Conference, the coordination of activities of Serbian partner institutions and the planning of further study visits as well as financial issues and administrative questions.