International Projects

 

ERASMUS+ PROJECTS
OTHER PROJECTS

ERASMUS+ PROJECTS


ENHANCING TEACHING PRACTICE IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN RUSSIA AND CHINA (ENTEP)

Key Action 2 - Capacity building in the field of higher education

Coordinator - Technische Universität Dresden (Germany)

The project wider objective is to contribute to the higher education reform in Russia and China through establishing a system of sustainable professional development in higher education on the basis of the best EU teaching practices and equipped with contemporary innovative teaching methodologies and pedagogical approaches with the emphasis on quality and regulation.

Detailed information is available on the project website

Contact person: Tatiana Razuvaeva, Head of International Projects Department
building 11, office 119
Tel.: +7 (8412) 54-80-33
E-mail: rastan12@mail.ru, intoffice@pnzgu.ru

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DEVELOPMENT OF APPROACHES TO HARMONIZATION OF COMPREHENSIVE INTERNATIONALIZATION STRATEGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION AT EU AND PARTNER COUNTRIES - HARMONY

Key Action 2 - Capacity building in the field of higher education

Coordinator - University of Seville (Spain)

Harmony project aims to contribute to the development of a comprehensive internationalization strategies and their harmonization at EU and Partner Countries (Armenia, Belarus, Russia) within the framework of HEA in accordance with the main provisions of the Bologna Process.

Detailed information is available on the project website

Contact person: Olga Meshcheryakova, Head of the International Cooperation Office
building 11, room 109
Tel: +7 (8412) 54-80-17
E-mail: imsgu@bk.ru

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SCHOOL ADOPTION IN TEACHER EDUCATION - SATE

Key Action 2 - Strategic Partnerships

Coordinator - University College Syddanmark (Denmark)

The aim of the SATE project is to bridge the existing gap between schools and teacher education by the development of an effective and innovative model for internships that strengthens collaboration between practice and the academic world. School adoption is a win-win situation. Student teachers take over a school for a week and learn by doing. They get the opportunity to test in practice their academic knowledge supported by a mentor. School teachers can participate in professional development classes during this week in order to strengthen their skills and competences. They will learn how to act as co-educators for student teachers.

Detailed information on the project is available on the website

Contact person: Olga Surina, Director of the Institute of Teacher Education
building 11, room 102
Tel: +7 (8412) 54-83-62
E-mail: o.surina2013@yandex.ru

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PROFESSIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION THROUGH UNIVERSITY SCHOOLS - PROTEUS

Key Action 2 - Strategic Partnerships

Coordinator - Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet (Norway)

The aim of PROTEUS is to enable key stakeholders to better integrate the academic and practical elements of learning to teach, by investigating the effectiveness of initiatives that promote university/school collaboration, such as university schools. These provide opportunities for teacher educators, teacher mentors and student teachers to develop understandings of ‘new professionalism’, across boundaries of research and teaching practice.

Detailed information on the project is available on the website

Contact person: Olga Surina, Director of the Institute of Teacher Education
building 11, room 102
Tel: +7 (8412) 54-83-62
E-mail: o.surina2013@yandex.ru

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OTHER PROJECTS

DISCOURSES AND REPRESENTATION OF EUROPE’S PAST IN ONLINE MEDIA – DIREPA

Partner-universities: European University of Flensburg (Germany), University of Cergy-Pontoise (France)

The project is aimed at analysing the media discourse. It envisages:
1.    Exploring representation of Europe and its eastern neighbouring states in European online media from a science perspective.
2.    Creating the bank of articles annually collected from European online media, which will broaden empirical knowledge of the discourse “Europe” in European journalism.
3.    Comparing and classifying these discourses in cultural and historical aspect within the held master-classes and summer schools.

Contact person: Tatyana Razuvaeva, Head of the Department of Language Training and International Examinations, Associate Professor
building 11, room 110
Tel: +7 (8412) 54-83-90
email: rastan12@mail.ru

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