Guidelines for short-cycle courses on Thermal Analysis

Project Description

The short-cycle training course on thermal analysis in material science is a new curriculum component in higher education. The short-cycle course is designed for approximately 120 hours students engagement, emphasising students’ active learning, and provides opportunities for Universities to broaden the range of educational experiences they offer in thermal analysis. Short-cycle course should be developed by teachers to suit the specific needs and interests of their students in the specific field.

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Project Timing

  • Start
    Oct 01 2018
  • End
    Feb 28 2019

10/01/2018 02/28/2019

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1. Setup the Educational standards Complete 0%

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Setup the Educational standards, the learning goals for what students should know and be able to do.

2. Specify and outline the appropriate learning Complete 0%

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Specify and outline the appropriate learning to achieve the educational standards.

3. Define study resources Complete 0%

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Define study resources which will include a Resource Book and a Tutor’s Guide a. Resource book: will be prepared by a knowledgeable scholar b. Tutor’s guide: will be prepared by educators who are able to translate the contents of the Resource Book into manageable module plans that can be implemented by committed tutors.

4. Development of a European Learning Portfolio Complete 0%

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Develop a European Learning Portfolio, for academic learners and professional trainees, who participating in any of the above-cited learning activities to codify their qualifications concerning knowledge and skills, and individually design future steps. It is further aimed at all relevant learners, trainees and adult learners wishing to classify and level their abilities in view of labour market exigencies.

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