INTERNATIONALISATION OF THE CURRICULUM
HANDS-ON INTERNATIONALISATION @ HOME
This hands-on training course will start with an introduction on the backgrounds and key principles of internationalization of the home curriculum. After that, participants will work on internationalising their own teaching. An important step in the process is the internationalization of current student learning outcomes.
Internationalizing curricula implies giving students the opportunity to experience perspectives from other countries and contexts. This will enable them to become aware that local practices are not uni-versal. An interdisciplinary approach can also provide those other perspectives. Therefore, this train-ing course will incorporate both international and interdisciplinary components to the participants’ teaching. Exchanging and comparing with the work of the other participants will be an important ele-ment of this training course.
Community Engaged Scholarship:
The ethics in building sustainable relationships with community partners in education
- This is an inter-disciplinary course for educators in health care professions who interesting in the ethics of learning activities outside the classroom. With an increase in educational activities in the community, for example service learning activities, it is important to explore the ethics of these projects, and what steps we as educators can take to build sustainable partnerships with our community partners
- The course will take you on site visits in Amsterdam and will provide you with practical tools to evaluate your current and future community-based projects
- For inspiration, we have invited Leanne Leclair, an Associate professor in Occupational Therapy at the University of Manitoba. She has years of expertise in community health projects, community-based participatory research and community development. She will share her experiences and provide guidance to the participants throughout the course: http://umanitoba.ca/rehabsciences/leclair.html
MORE INFOCommunity Engaged Scholarship Flyer 2019
PROGRAMMECommunity Engaged Scholarship Programme
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TOWARDS THE NEW ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME (2021-2027)
The Universitat de Vic-Universitat Central de Catalunya (UVic-UCC) will be hosting the Erasmus+ Seminar in Vic, Spain on 13-14 February 2020.
Participants will develop skills for writing Erasmus proposals and they will have the chance to explore the new Erasmus Program.
Head of the International Education Projects Unit, at the International Projects Office, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Expert in the pre-award of Erasmus+ project proposals, mainly Erasmus Mundus, Knowledge Alliances and Strategic Partnerships.
Member of the Erasmus+ Spanish Agency Experts Panel. Coordinator of an Erasmus+ /Sport/ Collaborative Partnership project: Sport and Academic Talent Integration through Exchange Programmes in Hockey (STICK) www.stickproject.eu.
Member of the European Commission working group on cooperation projects in higher education for the new Programme, 2021-27.
PROGRAMME/FLYERFlyer Erasmus+ seminar
INCLUSION AND SUSTAINABILITY IN SUPER-DIVERSE CITIES
1. Students: Education & Diversity
- Lifelong learning
- Customised programmes
- Differences in student lifestyles (socio-cultural)
- International study programmes
- Interprofessional learning
- Technology for education
2. Clients: Practice & Diversity
- Urbanisation and health related issues
- Resilient cities
- How to promote Urban Health?
- New challenges in a diverse society
- Health literacy & prevention
- Inclusion of newcomers
- Sexual diversity within healthcare
- Vulnerable groups (ageing people, disabled people, etc.)
- The use of technology and E-health
3. Healthcare professionals: Labour market & Diversity
- Labour market shortages
- Ageing workforce
- Resilience and burn-out prevention
- Including culturally diverse workforce
- Cultural differences in the field
- The use of technology and E-health
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMMEPreliminary programme 2020