From digital technology to educational tools

Project: From digital technology to educational tools: Improving the quality of active learning and teaching in the online and hybrid environment in applied disciplines of agricultural sciences • Project Acronym: HEAL-in-ONE № of the financing agreement: • Erasmus + Project No: 2021-1-RS01-KA220-HED-000032054 Financing: Erasmus + program • Action Type: KA220-HED - Cooperation partnerships in higher education • Field: Higher Education, Foundation Tempus, Republic of Serbia Beneficiary: University of Belgrade, Republic of Serbia Project duration: 36 months - 28.02.2022 - 27.02.2025 Project value / if TrU is a partner, please indicate the amount for TrU / - EUR 27,012.00 Project cost: EUR 162,973.00 Project manager from Thracian University: Prof. Dr. Svetlana Georgieva Thracian University project team: Prof. Dr. Svetlana Georgieva - Faculty of Agriculture Prof. Dr. Katya Velichkova - Faculty of Agriculture Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nikolina Naidenova - Faculty of Agriculture Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mima Todorova - Faculty of Agriculture Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gabriela Kiryakova - Faculty of Economics ch. Assistant Professor Dr. Margarita Marinova - Faculty of Agriculture ch. Assistant Professor Dr. Ivaylo Marinov - Faculty of Agriculture ch. Assistant Professor Dr. Radost Gancheva Dr. Maria Zhelyazkova - Faculty of Agriculture Donka Nedeva - Faculty of Economics Julieta Kocherenko - Faculty of Agriculture The project is implemented in partnership between: University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Osijek, Croatia, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Skopje, The Republic of North Macedonia, Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, Education Forum, Belgrade, Serbia, Short description of the project: The overall goal of the project is to provide quality education to students in agricultural specialties. This means applying high academic standards based on modern scientific knowledge, building a dynamic combination of 21st century knowledge, skills, values ​​and competencies in the curricula of applied agricultural disciplines in a bachelor's degree in an online and hybrid environment. To develop the principles of ALTONE in HE, so that students and teachers make the most of the benefits of ICT in teaching and learning; To increase the competencies of teachers to create prototypes of learning situations for effective learning of content of different epistemological nature, which are found in applied disciplines; To redesign the curriculum and to apply coordination between goals, teaching / learning methods, student activities, student assessment and learning outcomes in pilot courses; To develop a bank of scenarios for learning in an online environment according to the specifics of the knowledge that these students must master (declarative, procedural, practical), etc. The partner organizations in the project aim to integrate active training in the online environment and hybrid training in professionally applied subjects of applied agricultural sciences. The exchange of good practice and experience in ALT in an online and hybrid environment between partner institutions at each level (teachers, ICT staff and students) will contribute to this.