57 Polish university lecturers received their certificates for the Fundamentals programme, Masters of Didactics, on Thursday 2 February. In this programme of the University of Groningen (CIT, Educational Support and Innovation) and the Polish Ministry of Education, university lecturers are trained in didactic skills, such as the use of active learning methods, course design, and improving testing skills.
The ceremony to present the certificates took place during the concluding conference in Warsaw. The Polish Ministry of Education and Sciencereceives a contribution from the European Social Fund to finance the project. The programme has been running since 2018 and will be completed by the end of 2023.
Want to know more? Please contact project leader Jan Folkert Deinum.
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