Project: University teaching and learning enhancement
The project aims to enhance the quality of higher education outputs with high-level student performance and employability, by enhancing internal quality assurance for teaching/learning and improving professional performance of teaching staff at Belarusian universities, to optimise the response of higher education to increased demands of society and economy.
Project manager Mosad Zineldin Other project members at Linnaeus University Valentina Vasicheva Participating organizations Linnaeus University University of Genoa, Italy Heidelberg University of Education, Germany Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University, Turkey Polotsk State University, Belarus Belarusian State University, Belarus Belarusian State Agricultural Academy, Belarus Gomel State Technical University, Belarus Brest State Technical University, Belarus Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Belarus Financier EU, Erasmus+ capacity building in higher education programme (598816-EPP-1-2018-1-SE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP) Timetable 15 November 2018–14 November 2021 Subject Faculty of health and life sciences Website http://unitele.bsu.by
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The project aims to achieve the following specific objectives:
To develop and apply an internal quality assurance system for teaching/learning and teaching staff performance with standards and procedures in line with ESG-2015.
To establish centres for academic development and teacher training at each Belarusian partner, to manage the internal system of quality assurance for teaching/learning and teaching staff performance and university teaching staff training.
To develop an in-service training programme for university teachers who need pedagogical training.
To apply innovative methods of education for the increase in the level of students’ performance at studies and future employment.
To run the in-service university teacher training programme in the pilot mode.
To analyse the pilot running of the programme for follow-up activities.
To introduce new regulations on teaching staff employment at the sic Belarusian partner universities.