On September 14th, the Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER) participated in a new virtual meeting with the other partners of the LOVE.DIST@NCE project.
The purpose of the presentation was to share among the partners useful indicators for the evaluation of the pilot courses currently under development in Georgia and Israel.
The coordinator of FUNIBER’s Project Area, Thomas Prola, addressed the defining indicators based on the paradigm of education in competencies, together with the approach to distance learning worked in the training carried out by FUNIBER in November 2020 and the need for a technical-pedagogical design that takes into account the project’s context: the target populations for the project.
In addition, a list of indicators was shared with the partners to evaluate the design of the pilot courses and facilitate the techno-pedagogical design for the subjects.
The LOVE.DIST@NCE (Learning Optimization and Academic Inclusion Via Equitable, Distance Teaching and Learning) project aims to improve access and quality of higher education for socially vulnerable people in Israel and Georgia and is funded by the European funding agency EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency).