End of August, as a startup of our last PUNTE project-year (Poly-Universe in Teacher Education), we spent a couple of days in Subotica (Serbia). Our Serbian partner, the Subotica Tech – College of Applied Sciences, was a lovely host and we succeeded in holding an efficient meeting. Due to the pandemy, this was actually the first meeting where all partners were represented in person.
Having received the evaluation of our interim project report from the Hungarian agency, we could agree on some useful corrections in order to enhance the impact of our project. We discussed the details of the upcoming work period, such as how to implement the PUNTE methodology (presented in this handbook, as one of the already available project results) into practice. In our last project year, we are about to develop on-line course materials for higher education teachers.
This in-person meeting allowed us to experiment together with the Poly-Universe toolkit, which was an extra pleasure, giving us new practical ideas for further project development.
Our host institution, the Subotica Tech – College of Applied Sciences offered us an inspiring environment for working on a STEAM project.
And of course, we could also take a look at the wider environment, among others we visited the close holiday resort, the Palic lake.
PUNTE – Poly-Universe in Teacher Education
Project coordinator: ESZTERHAZY KAROLY EGYETEM, Hungary
Universitatea Crestina Partium, Romania
UNIVERSITAT LINZ, Austria
Univerzita J. Selyeho, Slovakia
UNIVERSIDADE DE COIMBRA, Portugal
POLY-UNIVERSE Ltd., Hungary
VISOKA TEHNICKA SKOLA STRUKOVNIH STUDIJA SUBOTICA, Serbia
Experience Workshop ay, Finland
This project relies on the results of the Poly-Universe in School Education (PUSE) Erasmus+.
The PUNTE Methodological handbook is already available here.