Title Be-TWIN 2 ECTS-ECVET: BUILDING BRIDGES AND OVERCOMING DIFFERENCES
Project Number 2012-1-IT1-LEO05-02819
Product Partners’ feedback on the Be-TWIN methodological tools
Title Partners’ feedback on the Be-TWIN methodological tools
Product Type others
Marketing Text Preliminary report containing the partners’ feedback on the Be-TWIN methodological tools and Italian, Austrian , Dutch partners' curricula selected as test-beds.
Description Preliminary report containing the partners’ feedback on the Be-TWIN methodological tools and identification of curricula as Be-TWIN methodology test-beds. Interviews' guidelines to "critical friends" regarding the application of the Be-TWIN methodology were developed to support standardisation and cross-case comparison.
- Partners' organisations
- Education and training institutions involved in all project phases.
- Competent bodies and policy-makers in charge of the design and certification of education and training programmes
- Educational/pedagogical staff: professors, trainers, training programme managers, persons in charge of the international development within their educational institution
The core documents contained in this result are the selected education and training curricula (previously identified and described in detail as case-studies) on which Italian, Austrian and Durtch partners will try to apply and exercise the methodology obtaining descriptions of qualifications in terms of units of learning outcomes and learning pathways and associated ECVET or ECTS credit points.
In Year 1 the following two curricula have been selected:
Curriculum from the Department of Electronics at the HTLSTP and curriculum of the bachelor’s degree program “International Business and Engineering” at the FHTW.
ITS (Higher Technical Education) curriculum “Tecnico Superiore per l’Automazione ed i Sistemi Meccatronici”.
A wide VET reform is currently undergoing in the Netherlands mainly affecting the design and developing of qualifications. Therefore, the Dutch partners will provide the selected curriculum on a later stage.
Area of application Be-TWIN methodology testing phase
Product Languages English