10 August 2019
INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS ON QUALITY ASSURANCE, EDUCATORS AND POLICY MAKERS BROUGHT TOGETHER FOR THE JEAN MONNET CHAIR FINAL CONFERENCE
On August 9 and 10, 2019, International forum "Quality assurance: EHEA trends and innovations" was held at DSTU. It was the final event of the project Jean Monnet Chair on European Best Practices of Quality Assurance (JM4EQA).
On the first day conference has been moderated by Nadezhda Kamynina, the rector of Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography (Moscow), Executive Secretary of the Bologna Process Working Group at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Head of the Higher Education Reform Experts Group. There have been workshops of European experts and DSTU key staff of the Jean Monnet Chair: “Best European Practices in Quality Assurance”; “Strategic Approaches to Ensuring the Quality of Education in the Bologna Process”; “International Dimension and Quality Assurance: The Experience of Irish Universities”; “University Positioning in the Global Information Space: Strategies and Opportunities for Implementing Quality Assurance Standards in a Modern University”; “Implementation of European Approaches to Education at DSTU”.
On the second day of the conference various topics of Education Quality Assurance have been discussed during the following round tables: "Comparative Studies of Education Quality"; "Teaching Technologies for Education Quality Improvement" and “European projects for quality assurance”.
About the Jean Monnet Chair
The Jean Monnet Chair involved different teaching and research activities to provide knowledge of Bologna process, European integration and education quality assurance in the EHEA countries. For the most part project activity was aimed at implementing a course module on European best practices of independent quality assessment for the first-year master students of the study programme “Education measurement and quality assessment”. During the lifetime of the project there have also been held training seminars on Bologna Process implementation in Russia, best European practices on quality assurance and Tuning methodology. In the second year of the project realization it was developed and piloted an advanced training programme on European best practices of independent quality assessment for all interested parties. Teaching activities have been combined with field researches. The results are published in didactic materials and a monograph aimed to generalize the work results within the frameworks of the project.
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