The European strategic project in higher education titled RAPIDE- Relevant assessment and pedagogies for inclusive digital education starts on Monday, March 1st 2021.
The project, coordinated by the Faculty of Organization and Informatics (FOI) of the University of Zagreb, is the 24-month project funded under the Erasmus + program of the European Commission in the total amount of 219,085 euros.
The goal of this project is to co-create, implement and share innovative pedagogies and aligned assessment for relevant and inclusive digital education in order to deal with the COVID-19 induced and similar crises and to support meaningful digital transformation of higher education in (post)COVID era.
The kick-off meeting of the project team including the coordinator and project partners – School of Medicine of the University of Zagreb, University of Rijeka, Open University, Delft University of Technology and Goethe University, is scheduled for April 2021.
During the project, the partners will work on 4 main results, and will start by creating an Open educational resources and e-course for flipped classroom (FC) and work based learning (WBL) for the use in an online environment with the main aim to provide teachers and students with an original resources designed in a form of research-based practical guidelines for FC and WBL approaches in an online environment and as an open e-course.
Further, the project partners will work on the development of the Toolkit for assessment of students in FC and WBL with the main aim to provide HE teachers, Dashboard model that supports inclusive FC and WBL and Code of practice on impact analysis of innovative pedagogies.
One of the biggest expected impacts of the project will be to advance the included institutions through joint work enabling its teaching staff and students to experience the newest innovative (post)COVID world trends in hybrid teaching environments.
More information on the expected results will be available soon on the official project website: https://rapide-project.eu