European Teaching Excellence for Students' Better Performance
(Jean Monnet Module 620287-EPP-1-2020-1-UA-EPPJMO-MODULE) 2020 - 2023

About the project

EUROPEAN TEACHING EXCELLENCE FOR STUDENTS' BETTER PERFORMANCE (620287-EPP-1-2020-1- UA-EPPJMO-MODULE)

Project acronym: ETEST

Project duration: 6 November 2020 – 5 November 2023

EU funding instrument: EU-funded ERASMUS+ Programme, Jean Monnet, with the support of the European Neighbourhood Instrument

Total project finance and Erasmus+ grant amount: 40.320,00 EUR, 30.000,00 EUR

Target groups: school teachers

Grant holder: INSTITUTE OF PEDAGOGY OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES

Manager: Oksana Zabolotna

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Project goal is to use the experience of the PISA top EU PISA countries to improve Ukrainian students’ performance

Project objectives:

  • to promote research and first teaching experience for young researchers and scholars and practitioners in European Union issues
  • to foster the publication and dissemination of the results of academic research
  • to create interest in the EU and constitute the basis for future poles of European knowledge
  • to foster the introduction of a European Union angle into mainly non-EU related studies
  • to deliver a tailor-made course on specific EU issues relevant for teachers in their professional life

Activities:

  • two Summer Schools annually (one school for teachers of Humanities; the other one for teachers of Science and Mathematics) on European tools, policies and best practices in school education
  • content multiplication, as the teachers who are the Summer School participants, in their turn, will design PISA-like tasks on the EU-related content that will be sent to all the experimental schools
  • intense dissemination at 5 conferences,3 webinars and 3 roundtables

Expected results:

an increase of teachers’ awareness of key aspects of EU educational policies and practices effectiveness and challenges, and bringing this knowledge into Ukrainian classrooms

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