First of the EDU-VET team would like to convey to you and your families the best wishes for health, happiness and success in 2021!
We are back from the winter break with the publication of the 2nd Internal Evaluation Report. This report is now online and can be downloaded under the tab Deliverables.
Dear readers of the EDU-VET website,
the EDU-VET project team wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Our project is growing and prospering and we will be back with information for you in the coming year.
wish you a nice time and enjoy this special time of the year.
The 2nd EDU-VET Newsletter is now available for download. It informs about the projects results and gives further insights into future project activities. Enjoy reading!
The 2nd Transnational Meeting was conducted online from 17th to 19th of November 2020.
We had a successful meeting with many fruitful discussions. The meeting familiarised the partners with current status of the EDU-VET project and helped to get into a smooth working atmosphere. Firstly, the Summary Research Report (IO1) were discussed. Moreover, the Learning Outcome Matrix and the structure of the EDU-VET Curriculum (IO2) were presented and the partners discussed ideas and the future work. Therefore, the partners focused the development of courses for online and classroom scenarios (IO3). Besides, first examples of best practices of the Online Showroom were also presented (IO5). The work plan was also established and the importance of dissemination was emphasised. The financial and administrative structure of the project and its reporting were addressed and discussed. Finally, the meeting evaluation was conducted.
We are looking forward to the future project work!
Due to the current situation, the Research and Development Conference will be held from 17th to 19th of November 2020 online via Zoom.
The meeting familiarise the partners with current status of the EDU-VET project and helps to get into a smooth working atmosphere. Firstly, the Summary Research Report (IO1) will be discussed. Moreover, the Learning Outcome Matrix and the structure of the EDU-VET Curriculum (IO2) will be presented and the partners will discuss ideas and the future work. Therefore, the partners will focus the development of courses for online and classroom scenarios (IO3). Besides, first examples of best practices of the Online Showroom will be also presented (IO5). The work plan will be also established and the importance of dissemination will be emphasised.
We will keep you up to date and look forward to a productive meeting!
After the summer break we will start in a new round of project work. Unfortunately, we are not able to meet with all partners on site. Therefore, the University of Paderborn is organising an Online-Project meeting from 17th to 19th November 2020. The focus will be on the completion of IO1 and on discussions concerning IO2 and IO3. We are looking forward to the Online-project meeting and will keep you informed about further progress and results of the meeting!
Prof. Dr. Marc Beutner, coordinator of the EDU-VET project, has published another article about the relevance of digital teaching and learning in times of the Corona Pandemic. In this context Prof. Beutner pushes the discussion about the use of digital instruments in the vocational and educational system and highlights that, especially during the corona crisis, didactical implications seem more present than ever.
Have a closer look: https://www.wissenschaftsmanagement-online.de/beitrag/der-weg-ist-noch-lang-11287.
In the past weeks the whole EDU-VET team has been working very eagerly on the tasks according to the Intellectual Outputs 1, 2 and 3. The project team is in the final steps of the research report and has already started with the development of the curriculum. Moreover, all partners design interactive teaching and learning materials. A regular exchange and discussions took place in the context of Skype meetings.
We will keep you informed and wish you a restful holiday season and a nice summer!
Prof. Dr. Marc Beutner, coordinator of the EDU-VET project, has written an article about the relevance of e-learning in times of the Corona Pandemic. The article shows how important digital learning is and that e-learning is becoming more and more important.
Have a clooser look: https://www.duz.de/beitrag/!/id/833/der-weg-ist-noch-lang.
In the new issue of the WorldSkills Germany Magazine, Prof. Dr. Marc Beutner, coordinator of the EDU-VET project, reports on digitisation in vocational schools and provides insights into the EDU-VET project. At this point Prof. Dr. Marc Beutner not only highlights the aims of the EDU-VET project, he also pleads for the anchoring of a lifelong development process in context of the digital transformation, especially in the vocational training context: “First of all, we need to ensure that the digitalisation process is not only a matter of the vocational school system, but also of the vocational training system itself. We would like to establish the didactic digitization approach in this project,” says Prof. Dr. Marc Beutner.
You can find the complete article under the following link: https://www.worldskillsgermany.com/de/blog/2020/04/21/technisches-equipment-allein-ist-zu-wenig/