Higher Education and Research

Confidence-building measures in the field of education for the Transnistria region

On June 25th, the Council of Europe hosted the round table on “European trends in teaching and learning: experiences and practices”. The event, which gathered academic representatives from higher education institutions from both sides of the river Dniestr, provided a very productive platform for discussion and exchange of good practices on current developments in the teaching and learning methods in Europe. A further objective of the round table was to question the extent to which innovative teaching methods have been and can be further translated into an every-day practice of higher education institution.

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Powerpoints and text presentations
‘Development in European co-operation between leadership, staff and students: call on the European experience’ by Per Nyborg (powerpoint presentation and a text)
‘An overview of current developments in the teaching and learning methods in Europe’ by David Crosier (powerpoint presentation)
‘Student centred learning – a myth or a reality’ by Klemen Miklavic (powerpoint presentation and synopsis)
List of participants
Reference documents
Student centered learning’ handbook by European Students’ Union and Education International
Useful Links
Alecu Russo State University of Bălti (information on the round table)
European Students’ Union