FUNIBER participates in an educational conference within the framework of the DigitalTA project

FUNIBER participates in an educational conference within the framework of the DigitalTA project

The Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER) and other partners of the Erasmus + DigitalTA (2022-2025) project participated at the end of May in an educational event organized by Świętokrzyskie Teacher Training Center (ŚCDN) in Kielce (Poland), to share updates and summarize the final phases of the project.

The meeting served to discuss the integration of the new ŚCDN teachers with the objectives of DigitalTA, to share the new advances of the project and to show them in depth the resources available in the digital platform that is being developed, facilitating their integration in their teaching practices. This tool is conceived as a space where teachers will be able to share their challenges, reflections, resources and best practices with each other.  

Thomas Prola, Project Manager at FUNIBER, participated virtually to discuss the activities and strategies planned for the next phases of the project. Dr. Agnieszka Szplit, lecturer and researcher at Jan Kochanowski University (UJK), presented crucial information on how the international community can continue to support junior faculty.

During the conference, certificates were awarded to teachers for the successful completion of several training workshops linked to the project. Some of the topics covered in the training were the following: legal aspects of psychological and pedagogical assistance, formative assessment, curricula and teaching plans, critical thinking, educational trends, stress management and improving well-being, among others.

To conclude the event, the various forms of ongoing support offered by the ŚCDN were presented, so that participants were clearly aware of the assistance available to them within this framework.

Those interested in the DigitalTA project can learn more about it through its website.

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