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31 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 28843)  

 
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Title Workshop ''Writing and using ECTS and Learning Outcomes'', Belgrade, 22 December 2009 
Description CoE experts will organise a workshop for up to 30 participants on how to write and use learning outcomes and ECTS.


Teaching staff 
Status Completed 
Date 22/12/2009 
Location Belgrade, Serbia
Countries CoE Members: Serbia
  Bilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - Serbia-Educ
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP Serbia-Educ - Strengthening Higher Education Reforms in Serbia    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2007/DG4/JP/1741   Serbia-Edu - Strengthening Higher Education reforms in Serbia
Expected Result 1.5 - Complementary measures • Nationwide dissemination of the project activities and results. • Functional project management structures in place allowing for timely, efficient, and effective implementation. • Students are actively involved in the implementation of the reform areas addressed by this Project • Gender equality awareness raised
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Culture and intercultural dialogue
Line of Action ⇒ V.1 – Education and linguistic diversity: promoting democratic culture
Programme ☆ V.1.2  European dimension of Higher Education: promoting humanistic values and optimising structures
Project 1994/DG4/104 European Higher Education Area: structural reform and qualifications in higher education
Expected Result 6 Stakeholders and authorities in countries that recently joined the Bologna Process benefit from expert advice and targeted assistance in implementing higher education reforms.

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Small scale meeting 
Directorate (Service) Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport (Directorate of Education - Higher Education and Research Division)
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Last Modified 30/12/2009 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 28843) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) After the Conference dedicated to ECTS and Learning Outcomes held in Belgrade end of November 2009 representatives of the Faculty of Agriculture requested Project assistance in further developing their skills regarding two key topics – learning outcomes and ECTS. End of December 2009, at the Faculty of Agriculture, workshop dedicated to the requested issues of ECTS and learning outcomes was held. It was an interactive event that after brief experts’ outlines opened space for deliberations on the actual practice at the Faculty and future steps to improve it. Lively discussion developed showing main shortcomings in the actual practice of allocating ECTS to different subject and designing learning outcomes. In addition issue of improving quality at the Faculty was also raised and participants advised how to undertake the proper self-evaluation that can help them improve the quality at their Faculty. 
Output/Results Teaching staff both experienced / senior and younger ones through whole day discussions realized that many steps should be undertaken in the near future in order to improve quality of the Faculty. Strategy and action plan should be developed, and definitely actions to assess once again ECTS allocated to different subject and learning outcomes prepared so far should be undertaken / planned. It was obvious that more meetings / discussions should take place not only at this but at all other HEIs in Serbia if ECTS and learning outcomes are to be implemented correctly and justly.

 
Conclusions/Follow Up Unfortunately although there is a need for further trainings at different faculties / universities no follow up is possible due to the Project finalization on 31 December 2009. 
Participants Representatives of the teaching staff from the Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade University

 
Consultants/Experts Mr Bastian Baumann, Secretary General, Magna Charta Observatory
Mr Predrag Lazetic, consultant, Kassel University, Germany
 
CoE Secretariat Ms Silvija Panovic-Djuric, Project manager
Ms Miroslava Balabanovic, Project assistant

 
Total No. Participants 33 
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30/12/2009 




 
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