Time: Tue 31st March at 12:00-13.30 UTC +3h, Moscow time
Zoom link: https://tuni.zoom.us/j/7717026478
During the autumn 2019, pilots of 20 online courses on sustainable waste management developed in EduEnvi have been carried out. In the webinar results from the online course pilots will be presented and concrete case examples will be shared.
The webinar is open for all interested stakeholders. The language of the webinar is English. The webinar will be recorded.
The webinar is open for all, but registration is expected: Registration to the webinar
More information: Zhanar Shortanbayeva, Deputy Head of Thermophysics and Technical Physics Department, Senior Lecturer of Al-Farabi Kazakh National Univeristy; Zhanar.Shortanbaeva(at)kaznu.kz
Information about webinar:
The webinar of the project EduEnvi was organized at 31st of March 2020. 86 people were registered for the webinar and 50 people took part. Teachers, students, representatives of enterprises, as well as stakeholders from Kazakhstan, Russia, Spain, Denmark, Finland and Greece participated in the webinar.
The webinar demonstrated the results of piloting courses uploaded to the platforms of Al-Farabi KazNU and the St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, and the participants shared by concrete examples from practice.
In the developed courses were used the knowledge and skills necessary to create courses for online learning, which were acquired during training at workshops that took place at the University of Applied Sciences Tampere, Finland, on the use of innovative technologies such as Socrative, Aswergarden, padlet, prezi, screecast matic, google my maps, zoom, etc .; at the University of Applied sciences in Lillebaelt, Denmark, the purpose of which was the use of problem learning methods aimed at the development of scientific thinking, and at cooperation between the university and the industry; as well as at the University of Valladolid, whose goal was to explore the latest best practices in sustainable waste management.
Thus, the teachers took part in the development of online courses, which were successfully completed and piloted during the end of 2019, and the beginning of 2020, and the results of which were presented at the webinar.