will report the experience of this new pedagogical approach in the e-learning, proposing the self-regulation and motivation in teacher education for professors in HEIs, providing a short training course. For this reason, it is necessary to provide an easy manual for the stakeholders that intends to implement these
activities in other Universities or even in other contexts. Thus, the potential targets are the stakeholder who could reapply the TUNED pedagogical strategy, thus:
The objective of PR4 is to validate the TUNED Platform and to support training of the learners (lecturers in HEIs), providing innovative way to certificate the learning outcome and the targeted acquisition of skills and competences. PR4 will report the experiences and guideline for implementing the TUNED technologies and methodologies. The innovative approach includes the joining of a procedural and laboratory learning in an autonomous way by MOOC and online game for lecturers in HEIs. Briefly, the aims of the PR4 are:
The specific format of the recommendations will be jointly agreed by the Partnership. They will be presented and distributed to all interested stakeholders and
potential beneficiaries during the final national and international project multiplier events, to relevant policy makers/educational public authorities and other key stakeholders. This PR is also expected to reach and involve a high number of policy makers and key stakeholders through dissemination and exploitation activities at local, national and European level. The policy recommendations will be presented during the International Conference (ME6) in Holland and hosted by EADTU because its extensive network of HEIs.
PR4 will sum up key finding from the implementation activities (A4), by providing practical examples, tales from the field and success stories. On this basis, it will formulate a set of guidelines for HEIs outside the Partnership on how to integrate in their formal and informal learning activities.
Furthermore, it will draw recommendations for policy development across Europe and nationally, working on micro-credentials.
The innovation will lay on the impact of the project in University courses, emphasizing the policy recommendations in
order to apply the TUNED model and technologies. The innovation is represented by the novel training approach that will be described, including all best practices learnt by the Consortium.
The document will be an easy tool for an efficient reapplication of the model for different stakeholders. The idea is to provide guideline for the implementation of flexible and modular learning pathways with a concrete take-up of micro-credentials. This will contribute to more inclusive education systems in distance teaching in HEIs. The idea is to provide guideline for the implementation of flexible and modular learning pathways with a concrete take-up of micro-credentials. This will contribute to more inclusive education systems in distance teaching in HEIs.