e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence
What is “teaching excellence” in Higher Education? Which different teaching excellence training, promotion and reward schemes exist across Europe? How can a common European teaching scheme look like?
The e-NOTE project seeks to answer these questions. The Department of Political Science cooperates with five other universities and institutes across Europe. Leiden University leads the project.
This three-year project develops best practices in the field of online and offline teaching excellence related to Bachelor and Master teaching as well as PhD supervision. It places particular emphasis on how to implement excellence in teaching and mentoring in the context of COVID and related online adaptations.
e-NOTE’s overarching objective is, on the one hand to enhance transparency, coherence and convergence in the field of training, promoting and rewarding higher education teaching skills. On the other hand, e-NOTE aims at stimulating collaboration towards a truly European teaching qualification and reward scheme.
The project will meet these objectives by developing seven intellectual outputs:
- comprehensive mapping exercise of teaching excellence
- common curriculum for teaching training
- best practice guidelines on the curriculum
- implementation and evaluation of pilot common teaching qualification scheme and training course
- blueprint for a common European framework on teaching excellence + online self-assessment tool for universities
- joint training on common Higher Education training and reward of teaching excellence scheme
- handbook for teaching excellence standards recognition
To achieve the best possible results, the project is based on a methodology that combines collaborative approaches, including desk research, stakeholder interviews, surveys as well as qualitative research methods.
An interdisciplinary team of experts from four universities (Leiden, Copenhagen, Coimbra and Charles University in Prague), GGI, a European think tank in Belgium and the Coimbra Group, a network of 40 universities will work towards the creation of a European Network on Teaching Excellence (e-NOTE).
The Department of Political Science hosted and organized an online project meeting with all partners and participants on 3 May 2021 from 09:30-12:30 and 4 May 2021 from 13:00-16:00.
For further details, please contact Charlotte Singerholm Gert Hansen, mail: email@example.com.
|Berg-Sørensen, Anders||Associate Professor, Deputy Head of Department||+4535323449|
|Eady, Gregory||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track|
|Hjorth, Frederik Georg||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track||+4535324104|
|Jensen, Hanne Nexø||Associate Professor||+4535323415|
|Junk, Wiebke Marie||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track||+4535333812|
|Kosiara-Pedersen, Karina||Associate Professor||+4535323416|
|Rosamond, Ben||Professor, Head of Studies||+4535323395|
|Tønder, Lars||Professor with special responsibilities||+4535320489|
|von Müllen, Rikke Lyngby||Educational Adviser||+4535324534|
e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence is a research project funded by the European Union’s Erasmus + Programme (KA 203 Strategic Partnership).
Project: e-NOTE: European Network on Teaching Excellence