CMI is leading a new 3-year ERASMUS+ project on problem based learning
The “PISH” or “Problem-Based Learning, Intercultural Communications and STEM in Higher Education” project is a European project co-funded by Erasmus+ that aims to address the intercultural communication needs in the peer-to-peer learning environment of STEM students in HEIs.
OBJECTIVES & GOALS
The project, through its objectives, also addresses teachers’ equipment with methodologies, exercises, games, activities and other tools that will assist and support the target student (mix of foreign and local) groups.
The project will leverage on the competences of the partners to equip the teachers with tools on how to guide students to become, open- minded, culturally aware, culturally sensitive, culturally intelligent and how student can study together without friction. Finally, the project aims at engaging with NGOs, policy makers and relevant associations that can assist in institutionalizing the project outcomes in HEIs.
The expected project results lie upon its intellectual outputs. To be more precise:
O1: Library of best practices on intercultural communications
O2: PBL-Based Toolkit on Intercultural Communications
O3: PBL-based Intercultural Communications Online platform
O4: Piloting and evaluation report
AALBORG University (DK)
University of Thessaly (GR)
Crossing Borders (DK)
Comparative Research Network (DE)
Center for Education and Innovation (GR)
ITA Suomen Ylipisto (FIN)
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