Blended project meeting in Portugal for co-creation and exchange of good practice

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Partners gathered in the unique city of Espinho in Portugal on the occasion of the 3rd Transnational Project Meeting (TPM-3), on September 23rd and 24thr 2021, completing that way the project Steering Committee, to review the progress of the project implementation considering the activities and intellectual outputs e.g., development against the schedule, and to plan the work for the next months of the project implementation.

The event was planed, organised and hosted by fellow colleague partners with Sociedade Promotora de Estabelecimentos de Ensino Lda (SPEL) from Portugal. The meeting was chaired by fellow colleagues Mr César Reis with SPEL and Ms Helena Soleto from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), who both welcomed all participants in the meeting and detailed the agenda and expected outcomes of the meeting. It was also the occasion for all partners to introduce themselves.

Partners addressed each of the project developments and expected outcomes to review each part of the action plans and corresponding intermediary outputs. Indeed, the meeting was the occasion for the project Technical Committee to evaluate the current status quo on materials corrsponding to the results expected for the Intellectual Outputs n.º 1 (IO-1), related to the methodological approach part of Fair School concept, IO-2 related to the Capacity Building programme, and the training actions for teachers related to IO-3 which gather the anticipated project’s serious games. Deliberations allowed to better approach identified strengths and weaknesses to provide proposals on modifications to be acknoldedged by all. Furthermore, planning on the technical details on the implementation of the co-curricular activities in schools related to IO-4  were discussed as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: team project Fair School gathred in Espinho, Portugal

Bruno SALES da SILVA

Researcher on digitally enhanced education and training environments in multicultural settings

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