Innovation® Pedagogy Training for Brazilian higher education institutions, TUAS premises, Finland
A group of 21 teachers and members of administrative staff participated in 3 days Innopeda® Intensive Training in Finland during January 2019.
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Mentor training in active teaching and learning methods in Indonesia 2015—2018
The aim of mentor training was to raise the teaching capacity of Indonesian university teachers with spesific teaching and learning methods. Mentor training included a short training session of chosen method, mentoring by email and Skype, Indonesian partner visits at TUAS and familiarizing with authentic learning situations and monitoring visits at Indonesian target universities. Mentor training has been conducted part of INDOPED (Modernizing Indonesian Higher Education with Tested European Pedagogical Practices) project.
Innovation Pedagogy Trainings in Brazil (intensive week trainings) at Universidade de Caxias do Sul;
at universities belonging to COMUNG network in Rio Grande do Sul. The group of teachers and administrative staff also participated into two week Innopeda® intensive training in Finland in February 2016. After completed this, they are now doing the Innopeda® Trainer Diplomas and training other Brazilian universities in innovation pedagogy.
Innopeda® Train the Trainer trainings at several companies in Finland, e.g. at Nestlé in 2014-2015; Wärtsilä in 2016.
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Diploma in Innopeda® Training, Binus Business School, Jakarta, Indonesia
A group of 25 teachers, directors and RDI personnel from the BINUS BUSINESS SCHOOL participated in Innopeda® Training during 2014.
Training included four training days, distance learning and consultation in participants´ own development projects to implement innovation pedagogy in practice.
Innopeda ® Training, University of Gdansk, Poland
A group of 15 students, young doctors and academic teaching staff from University of Gdansk participated in Innopeda ® Training during 2013-2014.
Innopeda® Training was part of the project “We educate the best – a comprehensive program of development of graduate students, young doctors and academic teaching staff of the University of Gdansk”.
This two year development process included six seminar days, distance learning and consultation in participants´ own development projects to implement innovation pedagogy in practice.