TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETINGS

There are 6 transnational Project Meetings (TPM) planned under the Erasmus+ CodeInnova project. The project coordinators and specialists in chosen fields from all partner schools meet to discuss the project activities.  The participants discuss the main project objectives, implementation, dissemination plan and expected impact. Project budget and monitoring are also part of the meetings. The meetings enable international cooperation between institutions to share and exchange good practices. 

The meetings are organized by the project partner institutions and co-founded
by European Union under Erasmus+ Programme.

TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETING_1_POLAND

The first Transnational Project Meeting was held by Zamojskie Towarzystwo Oświatowe, Zamość, Poland, from 4th November to 5th November 2019. Two representatives, including local coordinators,  from each partner institution attended the meeting. The meeting was devoted to organisational issues, objectives, Intellectual Outputs, timetable, budget, evaluation, and core curriculum creation. The participants discussed the main project objectives and methodology of the project implementation.  The creation of all the expected project results was planned, with special emphasis on the Intellectual Outputs creation. The participants discussed financial issues, project monitoring, dissemination plan and expected impact. The timetable of the next TPMs was updated and the project logo discussed.

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The meetings are organized by the project partner institutions and co-founded
by European Union under Erasmus+ Programme.

TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETING_2_FINLAND

The second Transnational Project Meeting was held by Jyväskylän yliopisto, Finland, from 27th January to 28th January 2020. Two representatives, including local coordinators,  from each partner institution attended the meeting. The meeting was devoted to project implementation and progress, budget, evaluation, dissemination, analysis of the draft core curriculum, discussion and analysis of the contents and creation of the textbooks for teaching programming at primary school. The international team discussed ideas concerning digitalization, schools’ autonomy in partner countries. CodeInnova curriculum creation was analysed and digital content decided on. The participants planned upcoming activities and evaluated the project progress. Visits to local educational institutions and Jyvaskyla Univeristy departments allowed for best practice exchange and in-depth discussions concerning educational systems, so varied in European countries.

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The meetings are organized by the project partner institutions and co-founded
by European Union under Erasmus+ Programme.