Peer Assessment of Student-Centred Learning (PASCL)
The PASCL Project aims to assist in implementing sound student-centred learning (SCL) strategies and approaches at institutional level and to foster a culture of SCL in higher education institutions across Europe.
This project has the ambition to provide a comprehensive framework of ways to overcome resistance and facilitate a fair and equitable recognition of extra-curricular learning and of well-identified and evaluated competencies.
Student learning, Assessment and Certification in Europe (ESSA)
This Innovation Strategic Partnership project is led by the UK’s National Union of Students, supported by the European Students Union, working with the University of Edinburgh (UK), the University of Porto (Portugal), Kaunas University of Technology and the Students’ Associations of these universities (EUSA, AEFPCEUP and KTUSA).
This ambitious project seeks to identify how children can become change agents in science and society, and from that starting point, to indicate how they can become catalysts in long term solutions to great challenges faced by society - their future.
Sharing Practice in Enhancing and Assuring Quality - SPEAQ
This two years project wants to support sharing of practice in quality assurance across disciplines and institutions and enhance understanding of the ways in which quality is experienced and interpreted within the university.
Enhancing Students Participation in Quality Assurance in Armenian Higher Education (ESPAQ)
This is a project co-funded by the Tempus Programme of the EU. The aim is to strengthen the quality assurance (QA) processes and practices in the Armenian higher education by ensuring the involvement of all the stakeholders, especially the students – the key beneficiaries. More information here.
Certificate for the Quality of Internationalisation in European higher education – CeQuInt
This project will develop an assessment framework (i.e. methodology) that can be used to assess the internationalisation of a programme or an institution and which, if completed successfully, can lead to the award of a European Certificate for Internationalisation.
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