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Blended Short-cycle Training Courses on ‘Commoning Practices’

Blended Short-cycle Training Courses on ‘Commoning Practices’ (COMPRA)

Blended Short-cycle Training Courses on ‘Commoning Practices’ (COMPRA)

Título del Proyecto

Blended Short-cycle Training Courses on ‘Commoning Practices’

Acrónimo

Compra

Palabras clave

Educación, blended learning, estudiantes universitarios, pedagogía del bien común

 

Duración

Septiembre 2020 - Marzo 2024

Investigadora principal en España

Mònica Figueras Maz

 

Entidades participantes

PANEPISTIMIO THESSALIAS

UNIVERSIDAD DE CADIZ

UNIVERSIDAD POMPEU FABRA

TALLINNA TEHNIKAULIKOOL

INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DE LISBOA

Entidad Financiera

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

Eramus + Call 2020 Round 1 KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices - KA203 - Strategic Partnerships for higher education

Presupuesto

Total: 228.135,00

UPF: 39.227,00

Resumen (info)

Project’s aim is to enable university students on Education Sciences, Social Sciences and Communication to explore values and practices of commons pedagogy and become

acquainted on using innovative methodologies and tools leading to the development of a commons-based educational environment helping children to act as “commoners”. Through

the development of Short-cycle training courses on “Commoning Practices”, based on a blended learning scheme, university students will gain theoretical and practical knowledge

around the “commons” discourse (commons’ logic of sharing and caring, fair and open relations, co-participation in the production or provision of knowledge) and develop skills for

building/strengthening the identity of commoner both for them and their future students.

Therefore, the specific project objectives are, to:

a. foster socio-educational and personal development within the Higher Education community.

b. spread the dynamic of commons’ values and patterns and enhance individuals’ participation in democratic life, social and civic engagement.

c. offer learning-outcomes oriented, practically-based and occupationally-specific certified training courses.

d. offer a strategic plan of professional development for academic staff in line with individual needs and objectives.

e. ensure a dynamic and professional environment to HEI, ready to integrate good practices and new methods into daily activities

f. enabling young students to become peer teachers using “commoner” innovative skills.

 

Investigadores principales

Mónica Figueras Maz