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  • International Credit Mobility (ICM) TUNISIA

    About the project

    This project aims to support mobility between two institutions, Aix-Marseille University and the Virtual University of Tunis, in order to strengthen our cooperation in the field of training:

    • at Master level, between the research course of the Practical and Engineering training option of the MEEF Master's degree (at AMU) and the Master of Didactics (from the VWU);
    • at the doctoral level, between the doctoral training of the EA 4671 ADEF (AMU) and the doctoral training Didactic of disciplines (UVT).

    The exchanges concern pedagogical practices in higher education (university pedagogy, in particular) and epistemological and methodological aspects in the didactics of science and technology. The objective is to develop joint training programmes between the two entities, with mobility of French and Tunisian students and mobility of French and Tunisian staff.

    Budget

    2250€
    Financier: European Commission (Erasmus + programme)

    Calendar

    Project start: January 2019
    End of project: December 2020

    Coordinator

    Jacques Ginestié (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • Aix-Marseille University (AMU), Institut national supérieur du professorat et de l'éducation (Inspé)
    • Higher Institute for Education and Continuing Education (ISEFC)
    • Virtual University of Tunis (UVT)
  • International Credit Mobility (ICM) SENEGAL (2019-2020)

    About the project

    The MIC project between the Inspé and the École Normale Supérieure d'Enseignement Technique et Professionnel de Dakar (ENSETP) consists in linking research and training with a view to structuring inter-university exchanges. Thus, the project provides for incoming mobility of doctoral students as well as two-way mobility of teacher-researchers. On the one hand, it is a question of contributing to the structuring of the training of educational executives, and more particularly in scientific and technological education, through the concerted development of university training in the L, M and D cycles (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate). On the other hand, the aim is to strengthen research in science and technology education so that it is able to produce the knowledge that each country needs to develop its education system, to train the managers needed to organise, implement and regulate teacher training and also to structure exchanges of skills around teaching, education or training issues. Several successful experiments have already been carried out, such as the Erasmus Mundus STETTIN project.

    Budget

    9600€

    Financier

    European Commission (Erasmus + programme)

    Calendar

    Project start: January 2019
    End of project: December 2020

    Coordinator

    Hélène Armand (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • Aix-Marseille University (AMU), Institut national supérieur du professorat et de l'éducation (Inspé)
    • Ecole Normale Supérieure de l'Enseignement Technique et Professionnel de l'Université Cheikh Anta Diop
  • Paraguayan Teacher Training Programme

    About the project

    The Government of Paraguay, with the financial support of the Inter-American Development Bank, has launched a vast programme to renovate the country's education system in order to provide in-service training and to finance the mobility of teachers and supervisory staff abroad. 
    The Inspé d'AMU was selected following a call for applications launched by the operator SFERE (Société Française d'Exportation des Ressources Educatives) - the Paraguayan Ministry's contact. 20 supervisory staff were welcomed for 3 months on the theme: "General policies, educational models, management, administration, equity and quality of education".
    They followed the responsible course of training at the Aix-en-Provence site

    Budget

    60 000€

    Finance

    The French Society for the Export of Educational Resources (SFERE)

    Calendar

    Project start: February 2017
    End of project: May 2017

    Coordinators

    Hélène Armand (EA 4671 ADEF)
    Yves Martinez

    Partners

    • SFERE (French Society for the Export of Educational Resources)

     

     

  • Erasmus+ CBHE Project: TO-INN (Tradition to Innovation in Teacher Training Institutions)

    About the project

    The TO INN project proposes the creation of an inter-university programme to encourage innovation, the participation of the entire educational community and the relevance of university education related to the training of future teachers. Its aim is to provide participating institutions with the means to train teachers capable of responding adequately to the social, economic and cultural needs of their environment. This training seeks to promote its social relevance by proposing four cross-cutting axes (culture and tradition; citizenship and participation; social cohesion: gender and minority groups; digital literacy). It promotes a sense of belonging, identity and social justice in multicultural contexts in Latin America through innovative processes of training, adaptation of curricula, university policy and governance.

    The overall objective is to improve the quality, innovation and relevance of higher education institutions' (HEIs') actions in teacher education in key common areas and to strengthen their social dimension, through the implementation of an inter-university action plan (virtual TO INN programme).

    Link to the website: https://www.toinn.org/en/ 

    Budget

    799 574€

    Finance

    European Commission (Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education programme)

    Calendar

    Project start: October 2016
    End of project: October 2019

    Coordinator

    Jacques Ginestié (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • Project co-ordinator: University of Barcelona (Spain)
    • Universidad Pedagógica Nacional and Universidad Nacional de San Martín (Argentina)
    • Universidad Loyola, Universidad Católica Boliviana "San Pablo" and Universidad de Aquino (Bolivia)
    • Universidad Pedagógica Nacional and Universidad Surcolombiana (Colombia)
    • Universidad Nacional de Educación, Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí and Universidad Estatal del Sur de Manabí (Ecuador)
    • Universitat de València (Spain)
    • Aix-Marseille University - Inspé (France) 
    • Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (Honduras)
    • Istituto di Scienze Psicologiche dell'Educazione e della Formazione (Italy)
    • Universidad Pedagógica Nacional and Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (Mexico)
    • Universidad Autónoma de Asunción and Universidad del Cono Sur de las Américas (Paraguay)
    • Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands)
    • Universidade Lusófona (Portugal).
  • Erasmus Project + CBHE: BL_TEAE (Blended Learning in Teacher Training)

    About the project

    This international project, based on innovative constructivist theories, aims to develop the skills of teacher trainers through blended learning. The teacher trainers participating in the project have developed training modules to encourage collaborative learning and to enable the integration of new technologies and digital resources into teaching.
    This 3-year project has been an opportunity for exchanges between partner universities in the 8 countries concerned, through the organisation of meetings and events in particular in Bhutan, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Malaysia. It also generated publications, local events and a wide dissemination at the end of the project to the teaching public in Asian countries.
    Link to website: http://blteae.eu/

    Finance

    European Commission (Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education programme)

    Budget

    683 000€

    Calendar

    Project start:October 2016
    End of project: October 2019

    Coordinators

    Jacques Ginestié (EA 4671 ADEF)
    Maria-Antonietta Impedovo (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • Project coordinator: Aix-Marseille University (AMU) - Inspé (France)
    • Aalborg University (Denmark)
    • Tallinn University (Estonia)
    • Audiovisual Technologies, Informatics and Telecommunications (Belgium)
    • Royal University of Bhutan (Bhutan)
    • University Teknologi MARA and Pendidikan Guru Institute, Kampus batu Lintang (Malaysia)
    • University of Dhaka and Bangladesh Open University (Bangladesh)
    • National University of Modern Languages and International Islamic University (Pakistan)
  • "eXpanding Educational Training actIvities fOr refugeeS in Zones of apprenEndship Utilising educational Structures" (XENIOS ZEUS).

    About the project

    This project aims to develop training courses for recently arrived refugees in Greece, Italy and France, both adults and children, to design tools to develop intercultural knowledge and citizenship practices, as well as to promote the integration of democratic ideals and integration into the labour market. The objective is to take into account the growing disparities of recently arrived migrant populations in Greece, Italy and France in terms of language, knowledge and training. The French team has produced two welcome guides, one for adults and the other for children, as well as teaching materials. The French team has produced two welcome guides, one for adults and the other for children, as well as educational material. The welcome guide for adults has been tested in two Marseilles associations, ELIBR and La Fraternité. The welcome guide for children has been tested in two UPE2A classes in Marseille.

    Link to the site: https://www.xenioszeus.kmaked.eu/index. php/en/

    Budget

    173 930 €

    Finance

    European Commission (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Schools Programme)

    Calendar

    Project start: September 2016

    Project end: August 2018

    Coordinators

    Jean-Luc FAUGUET (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Marie-Noëlle ROUBAUD (UMR 7309 LPL)

    Partners

    • Regional Directorate of Primary & Secondary Education of Central Macedonia, Thessaloniki (Greece)
    • Aix-Marseille Université - Inspé (France)
    • University of Western Macedonia, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Cartographic Heritage Archives and Diktio Alpha (Center for addiction prevention and promotion of psychosocial health in Western Thessaloniki) (Greece)
    • Human Rights Youth Organization (Italy)

     

  • "Improvement of the quality of teacher training in Haiti", a Unesco project

    About the project

    The consortium formed by RAIFFET and the Inspé d'Aix-Marseille University was selected to carry out expert missions in the framework of the UNESCO project "Improving the quality of teacher training in Haiti".

    RAIFFET ensured the coordination and follow-up of the missions while benefiting from the support and resources of the Inspé d'Aix-Marseille University. Two teacher-researchers from the Inspé, specialists in education and teacher training, participated in this project.

    The purpose of the missions was to evaluate all initial and in-service teacher training programmes in public and private training institutions in order to make recommendations to improve the quality of teacher training programmes in Haiti.

    Budget

    44 700€

    Finance

    UNESCO

    Calendar

    Project start: March 2016

    End of project: December 2016

    Coordinator

    Jacques Ginestié (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • African Network of Institutions for the Training of Trainers in Technical Education (RAIFFET)
    • Aix-Marseille University - Inspé (France)
  • School Territory Environment Pedagogy (STEP)

    About the project

    The STEP project is a Strategic Partnership for School Education which aims to study the impact of a territory and its environment on education and pedagogy.

    Budget

    333 718 €

    Finance

    European Commission (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Schools Programme)

    Calendar

    Project start: September 2015

    End of the project: August 2018

    Coordinators

    Jean-Luc FAUGUET (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Michel FLORO (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • Coordinator: Universita'degli Studi di Milano Bicocca (Italy)
    • Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna (Italy)
    • Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)
    • Aix-Marseille University - Inspé (France)
  • Science & Technology Education Teachers' Training International Network (STETTIN)

    About the project

    The Erasmus Mundus STETTIN Project is a partnership between European institutions and institutions from the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) region. It aims to develop and structure inter-institutional university cooperation for the initial training of students for teaching, education and training occupations in the fields of scientific, technological and vocational education. This concerns all levels of education, from kindergarten to university.

    This project made it possible to finance the mobility of about a hundred students (Master's and Doctorate) from the ACP zone to Europe and of staff from the ACP zone to Europe but also from Europe to the ACP zone.

    Link to the site : http://mundus-stettin.univ-amu.fr/fr

    Budget

    2 524 250€

    Finance

    European Commission (Erasmus Mundus Action 2 programme)

    Calendar

    Project start: July 2012

    End of project: July 2016

    Coordinator

    Jacques Ginestié (EA 4671 ADEF)

    Partners

    • Coordinator: Aix-Marseille University - Inspé (France)
    • Odisee (Belgium)
    • Ecole Normale Supérieure de l'Université de Koudougou (Burkina Faso)
    • University of Yaoundé I (Cameroon)
    • University of the Comoros (Comoros)
    • University of Barcelona (Spain)
    • University of Bordeaux - Inspé (France)
    • Ecole Normale Supérieure d'Enseignement Technique de Libreville (Gabon)
    • University of Patras (Greece)
    • National University of Equatorial Guinea (Equatorial Guinea)
    • University Institute of Educational Sciences (Haiti)
    • National University of Lesotho (Lesotho)
    • University of Namibia (Namibia)
    • Higher Institute for Teacher Training Salomé Ureña (Dominican Republic)
    • Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar - ENSETP (Senegal)
    • University of Lomé (Togo)
    • Vanuatu Institute of Teacher Education (Vanuatu)
    • Bindura University of Education (Zimbabwe)