The contribution describes the activities of the ERASMUS+ Project – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices KA203 – Strategic Partnerships for higher education entitled QUALITI – Didactic Quality Assessment for Innovation of Teaching and Learning Improvement, which aims to improve the quality of teaching in higher education through a systemic action in the logic of integration between evaluation of teaching, didactic-pedagogical training to the professionalism of teachers, didactic innovation. The project, coordinated by the University of L’Aquila (IT), includes among its partners the University of Barcelona (SP), the Universisty of Vilnius (LT), the Valahia University (RO) SSW the Collegium Balticum (PL), ilmiolavoro (IT) and the Siuolaikiniu Didaktiku Centras. The aim is to consolidate and improve evidence building on higher education by measuring the performance of higher education policies, systems, and individual institutions; build evidence on the skills needs of the economy and society through skills anticipation, graduate monitoring, and forecasting studies, including supporting the further development of graduate monitoring systems in program countries in line with the Council Recommendation on graduate monitoring; and improve the availability of comparable data on graduate outcomes in Europe.

The contribution describes the activities of the ERASMUS+ Project – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices KA203 – Strategic Partnerships for higher education entitled QUALITI – Didactic Quality Assessment for Innovation of Teaching and Learning Improvement, which aims to improve the quality of teaching in higher education through a systemic action in the logic of integration between evaluation of teaching, didactic-pedagogical training to the professionalism of teachers, didactic innovation. The project, coordinated by the University of L’Aquila (IT), includes among its partners the University of Barcelona (SP), the Universisty of Vilnius (LT), the Valahia University (RO) SSW the Collegium Balticum (PL), ilmiolavoro (IT) and the Siuolaikiniu Didaktiku Centras. The aim is to consolidate and improve evidence building on higher education by measuring the performance of higher education policies, systems, and individual institutions; build evidence on the skills needs of the economy and society through skills anticipation, graduate monitoring, and forecasting studies, including supporting the further development of graduate monitoring systems in program countries in line with the Council Recommendation on graduate monitoring; and improve the availability of comparable data on graduate outcomes in Europe. The project also aims to promote and reward quality in teaching and skills development, including through promoting effective incentive structures and human resource policies at national and institutional levels, encouraging the training of academics and the exchange of best practices (e.g., through collaborative platforms) in new and innovative pedagogy, including multidisciplinary approaches, new methods of curriculum design, delivery, and evaluation, enabling institutions to providea wider variety of courses to full-time, part-time, or lifelong learning students. It’s about connecting education with research and innovation by fostering an entrepreneurial, open, and innovative higher education sector; and foster learning and teaching partnerships with commercial and non-commercial partners in the private sector. The project adopts a methodology that plays on the following strategic assets. Specifically, it aims to develop reliable and valid indicators for the assessment of teaching quality in higher education in order to: (1) measure the performance of higher education institutions focusing on teaching quality; (2) acquire data-driven evidence aimed at initiating a process of innovation in teaching strategies; and (3) support the ongoing professional development (training/upgrading) of higher education teachers on new pedagogical approaches/strategies.

Qualiti Project: Didactic Quality Assessment For Innovation of Teaching and Learning Improvement

Nuzzaci, A.
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Ercole, L.;Marcozzi, I.;Spetia, L.
2021

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The contribution describes the activities of the ERASMUS+ Project – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices KA203 – Strategic Partnerships for higher education entitled QUALITI – Didactic Quality Assessment for Innovation of Teaching and Learning Improvement, which aims to improve the quality of teaching in higher education through a systemic action in the logic of integration between evaluation of teaching, didactic-pedagogical training to the professionalism of teachers, didactic innovation. The project, coordinated by the University of L’Aquila (IT), includes among its partners the University of Barcelona (SP), the Universisty of Vilnius (LT), the Valahia University (RO) SSW the Collegium Balticum (PL), ilmiolavoro (IT) and the Siuolaikiniu Didaktiku Centras. The aim is to consolidate and improve evidence building on higher education by measuring the performance of higher education policies, systems, and individual institutions; build evidence on the skills needs of the economy and society through skills anticipation, graduate monitoring, and forecasting studies, including supporting the further development of graduate monitoring systems in program countries in line with the Council Recommendation on graduate monitoring; and improve the availability of comparable data on graduate outcomes in Europe.
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The contribution describes the activities of the ERASMUS+ Project – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices KA203 – Strategic Partnerships for higher education entitled QUALITI – Didactic Quality Assessment for Innovation of Teaching and Learning Improvement, which aims to improve the quality of teaching in higher education through a systemic action in the logic of integration between evaluation of teaching, didactic-pedagogical training to the professionalism of teachers, didactic innovation. The project, coordinated by the University of L’Aquila (IT), includes among its partners the University of Barcelona (SP), the Universisty of Vilnius (LT), the Valahia University (RO) SSW the Collegium Balticum (PL), ilmiolavoro (IT) and the Siuolaikiniu Didaktiku Centras. The aim is to consolidate and improve evidence building on higher education by measuring the performance of higher education policies, systems, and individual institutions; build evidence on the skills needs of the economy and society through skills anticipation, graduate monitoring, and forecasting studies, including supporting the further development of graduate monitoring systems in program countries in line with the Council Recommendation on graduate monitoring; and improve the availability of comparable data on graduate outcomes in Europe. The project also aims to promote and reward quality in teaching and skills development, including through promoting effective incentive structures and human resource policies at national and institutional levels, encouraging the training of academics and the exchange of best practices (e.g., through collaborative platforms) in new and innovative pedagogy, including multidisciplinary approaches, new methods of curriculum design, delivery, and evaluation, enabling institutions to providea wider variety of courses to full-time, part-time, or lifelong learning students. It’s about connecting education with research and innovation by fostering an entrepreneurial, open, and innovative higher education sector; and foster learning and teaching partnerships with commercial and non-commercial partners in the private sector. The project adopts a methodology that plays on the following strategic assets. Specifically, it aims to develop reliable and valid indicators for the assessment of teaching quality in higher education in order to: (1) measure the performance of higher education institutions focusing on teaching quality; (2) acquire data-driven evidence aimed at initiating a process of innovation in teaching strategies; and (3) support the ongoing professional development (training/upgrading) of higher education teachers on new pedagogical approaches/strategies.
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