promotes a lifelong learning dimension in the HE context in approaching fluid classrooms, providing new and innovative pedagogical tools based on rooted psychological constructs on self-regulation learning.
The COVID-19 tsunami had relevant effect on the traditional practices of learning and teaching, changing in a radical way the relation between teacher and student. This revolution brought the real introduction of the online practice, extremely relevant during the lockdowns. In this renewed learning perspective, the blended and distance learning are becoming even more relevant. […]
TUNED project intends to provide an innovative solution that meets the professors needs in higher education contexts, creating a new training course for academic fostering their teaching skills based on a collaborative learning approach.
Addressing digital transformation through development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity
Stimulating innovative learning and teaching practices
Rewarding excellence in learning, teaching and skills development
name comes from the focus on self-regulation learning by a “self-tuning” in the learning processes. The “tuning” also refers to the music instruments played in an orchestra: a good resonance could emerge only when all instruments are “tuned”, creating a (cooperative) harmonic sound, as in all classrooms, included the virtual one.
The general and concrete objectives of TUNED project are to :
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