The academic development team of 4EU+ is pleased to announce the official launch of the ABC-LD @4EU+ workshop for academic teams and teachers of our universities. We offer the ABC LD @4EU+ tool as a sustainable and creative activity for a developing academic environment taking into account contemporary and future requirements for 21st century education.
The ABC method's main goal is to provide teachers and educational developers with a quick and engaging yet in-depth tool, building a coherent and student centred teaching. It is meant to support teachers’ skills and integrate teaching teams around shared educational goals. The method is taught via an interactive training conducted online, and allows the participants to design or redesign their modules, courses or curricula in a rapid, activity-centred and user friendly manner.
The participants with the help of the facilitators and several resources explicitly prepared for linking this training with the pedagogical proposal and framework projected by the 4EU+ Alliance, will be able to structure their teachings by promoting an active learning answering to the challenges that our students and future professionals will face.
This training and its blended format offers, beside the different pedagogical resources, the possibility for an autonomous engagement as well as synchronous meetings and a practical workshop where participants will be invited to work on their courses and modules.
The ABC-LD @4EU+ workshop is dedicated first and foremost to academic teachers implementing 4EU+ educational projects but also those willing to start educational collaboration within the Alliance. Whole teams already working on educational projects, or individual academic teachers are welcome to participate in the workshop.
14 January (Friday) 9:00-10:00: introduction to the workshop
14-18 January: time for individual and group work, preparation for the practical part of the workshop
18 January (Tuesday) 13:00-16:00: ABC workshop
21 January (Friday) 9:00-11:00: the end of the workshop and conclusion
We estimate that the whole workshop, including synchronous meetings and individual work, will take 8-10 hours.
For operational reasons we accept applications from teams of no less than 4 persons (preferably 4-5 persons).
If you would like to participate please submit your application via the online registration form: https://form.jotform.com/213394871054054
The registration will close on Friday, 7 January. We can only accept up to 30 participants on the basis of the first come, first served rule.
Training will be hosted on University of Warsaw’s e-learning platform Kampus. We will also be using Zoom & draft.io during practice sessions.