ENTEP

Enhancing Teaching Practice in Higher Education in RUSSIA and CHINA

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The Capacity Building Project „Enhancing Teaching Practice in Higher Education in Russia and China” is the Erasmus + joint project which started in October 2017.

ENTEP has been initiated with the aim of improving the quality of education and teaching, enhancing teaching practices and further developing educational science in Russia and China. Partners experienced in higher education teacher training formed a consortium of EU, Russian and Chinese higher education institutions in order to benefit from their different experiences, profiles and specific expertise and to produce relevant and high quality outcomes. The Project is focused on building cooperation and exchange of good teaching practices among European, Russian and Chinese universities, which should result in the modernization of partner country institutions.

The project contributes to the higher education reform in Russia and China through establishing a system of sustainable professional development in higher education on the basis of the best EU teaching practices and equipped with contemporary innovative teaching methodologies and pedagogical approaches with the emphasis on quality and regulation.

More Informationen auf der zentralen Webseite des Projekts

Ziele & Aufgaben

Work Package 1 & 2 

  • An Analytical Report Work Group analyze the current teaching practices in RU and CNHEIs, propose the improvement strategy and write a Report

  • Preparing top management and teaching staff for core development activities through training workshops  

Work Package 3

  • Set up of the Centres for Teaching and Learning

Work Package 4, 5 & 6

  • Introduction of advanced pedagogical approaches and innovative methodologies at the established Centres

  • Development of modern, tailored, professional development program curricula and module syllabi for teacher training by Development Teams and supervision of the experts in accordance with the Didactical Manual recommendations and templates suggested by the Guide

  • Modernisation of PhD and MA curricula by introducing modules on Teaching Methodology, Pedagogy and Psychology developed by PCI teachers under the supervision of experts

Work Package 7

  • Internal quality control and monitoring: Monitoring and ensuring that all project activities are carried out to an appropriately high quality standard, monitoring project results, work plan and LFM against results, evaluation and approval of the quality of training plan, materials and publications, final assessment of the quality of delivered services and trainings (analysing feedback questionnaires from users and trainees), producing 6-monthly progress reports and presenting them to the ENTEP Council

  • External Quality Control  

Work Package 8

  • Dissemination and exploitation of results: Ensuring the impact of the project and long-term strategies for the maintenance of outputs and continuation of the project efforts after its end

  • Identification of short-term and long-term dissemination and sustainability strategies: conduct an assessment of the project and determine specific activities that can and should be continued, conduct the planning process for dissemination and sustainability, identify what resources are needed to sustain the project and make results visible as much as possible and work toward obtaining them

Work Package 9

  • Project Management is targeted by Work Package 9 with the aim of ensuring effective and smooth project implementation and the necessary reporting to the EACEA. The leader is TUD as a grant-holder, who bears the financial and legal responsibility for the proper operational, administrative and financial implementation of the entire project. All partners play an active role in collective management, reporting and providing timely feedbacks.
Konferenzen, Workshops & Publikationen

Workshops for teachers at the Stiftung Universität Hildesheim (03.09.18-07.09.18):

  • Learning in higher education: theoretical, individual, and cultural approaches
  • International activities at Stiftung Universität Hildesheim
  • English in academic settings
  • Intercultural potential of E-learning methods
  • Collaborative international online learning
  • Dealing with diversity in higher education: Preparing (inter)national students
  • Activating methods, moderation and conducting discussions
  • Learning Centres for Tertiary Education Didactics at Hildesheim University
  • Innovative methods in higher education teaching
  • Consulting with students in higher education settings

Teilnahme an Konferenzen:

  • "EXPLORING CROSS-BOARDER COLLABORATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS: TEACHING AND LEARNING" at the Kazan Federal University, Institute of Pedagogy, Psychology and Social Problems (IPPSP) in Kazan (16.10.18-17.10.18) (Mehr Informationen)

  • Project meeting in Guangzhou, China (27.-29.05.2019) (Mehr Informationen)

Monitoring Visits:

  • Writing learning outcomes: How to capture progression in and complexity of learning", am 8.10. und 11.10.2019 an der Universität Penza und Universität Kazan, Russland
  • Writing learning outcomes: How to capture progression in and complexity of learning", am 8.10. und 10.10.2019 an der Universität Moskau und Universität Jekaterinburg, Russland

Publikationen:

  • (2019) Beatrix Kreß, Milica Lazovic, Kathrin Schweiger, Vasco da Silva: Linguistic Approaches to Diversity in Higher Education. In: "Exploring Cross-Boarder Collaborations in Higher Education Institutions: Teaching and Learning." International Research Conference Proceedings (Kazan, 16-17 October 2018). Kazan. S. 47-62. 
Kontakt

Coordinator des Projekts: Herr Prof. Dr. Holger Kuße (E-Mail senden)

Project partner in Hildesheim: Frau Prof. Dr. Beatrix Kreß (E-Mail senden)

Administrator: Frau Svitlana Vyshnevska M. A. (E-Mail senden)

Project Manager: Frau Christina Spirow (E-Mail senden)

Mehr Informationen finden Sie auf der zentralen Webseite des Projekts.

Facebook-Seite des Projekts (Mehr Informationen)

                                            

Mitarbeitende am ENTEP-Projekt in Hildesheim

Prof. Dr. Beatrix Kreß

Prof. Dr. Stephan Schlickau

Dr. Milica Lazovic

Dr. Kathrin Schweiger

Olga Mennecke

Ehemalige Mitarbeitende:

Dr. Vasco da Silva