The PROFFORMANCE project has won the EURASHE 2023 PHE Star Award for Digitalization at the annual conference of the European organisation in Bucharest.
Over 120 higher education teachers from the EHEA countries participated in the second PROFFORMANCE+ thematic webinaro on Assessment of Students' Learning held on the 6th of June 2023. Six innovative practices in assessment of students' learning have been pr4esented. The practices ranged from integrating gamification in assessments to peer and collaborative assessments and were truly inspiring for transforming assessment practice and students' learning journeys.
The PROFFORMANCE Assessment tool will be further developed and complemented with statements measuring higher education teachers' competencies in digitalization, internationalization, inclusion, and sustainability, related to learning and teaching.
100+ higher education teachers, professionals, and institutional leaders come together to get an overview of the PROFFORMANCE project and products, and a panorama of different approaches and methodologies of the assessment of students' learning.
PROFFORMANCE+ consortium invites you to the first session of the webinar series which takes place 28th March 2023, between 14.00-16.00 CET, online. 100+ higher education teachers, professionals, institutional leaders come together to get an overview on PROFFORMANCE project and products, and a panorama on student centred course variations.
PROFFORMANCE+ Thematic webinar series for higher education teachers
International good practice demonstrations and professional networking are the focus of the PROFFORMANCE international webinar series, where participants can learn about the teaching methodologies of higher education in 6 countries.
The PROFFORMANCE+ community came together for a peer-learning activity on 25th January to discuss their achievements and practices in 4 EHEA priorities (digitalisation, internationalisation, inclusion and sustainability) in teaching and learning at the national and HE institutional levels.
PROFFORMANCE+ activities continued with an expert kick-off meeting on 14th-15th November. The event was a good start and it will be continued.
Full and associated partners held an online meeting on 29th September 2022 to discuss the project’s administrative and professional issues, plan the schedule and detailed content of activities and agree on the roles of each partner and expert.
The PROFFORMANCE project has ended, and the Assessment Tool and the International Teaching Excellence Database developed within the framework of the project were presented at the final conference in Budapest on 16 June 2022, in a hybrid format.
The European Commission has selected the PROFFORMANCE+ project for funding, so the consortium of 6 countries - expanded with new partners - will continue to work on improving the quality of teaching and learning between 2022-2025.
Tempus Public Foundation, on behalf of the PROFFORMANCE International Consortium is organizing an information webinar on 25 November 2021 at 4 pm on the PROFFORMANCE International Higher Education Teacher Award.
The third Peer Learning Activity (PLA3) took place on May 27 and June 7, 2021, that was organized by the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement – Georgia.
PROFFORMANCE experts have introduced a new dimension into the higher education teachers' competence matrix.
The PROFFORMANCE project consortium conducted an international survey in November 2020 among the higher education institutions of its partner countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Serbia). The first overviews of the findings can be already reached here.
PROFFORMANCE experts continued their work after the successful preparatory day1 of PLA1 to define what competences needed for the 21st century teachers to fulfill their various and wide ranged tasks and activities in their academic life.
PROFFORMANCE Expert kick-off meeting
PROFFORMANCE experts and partner representatives came together on the 23th June 2020 to prepare the first activities of PROFFORMANCE project.
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