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.
Final report on PROFFORMANCE benchmarking survey
The PROFFORMANCE consortium (profformance.eu) published the final report of the benchmarking survey conducted in November 2020 among 156 higher education institutions of its 6 partner countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Serbia). The aim of the survey was to map institutional approaches to the quality enhancement and support of teaching and learning, regarding assessment systems, staff development and teacher training practices. The survey aimed to search for and identify good examples, best practices and lessons to be learned.
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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