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10th Meeting of the SEE TET Network and Study visit to Vienna

The 10th Meeting of the South Eastern European Education and Training (SEE TET) Network and Study visit to Vienna, funded by the ERI SEE Secretariat and OeAD and organized in cooperation with the Technical College of Vienna and University College of Teacher Education Vienna on the subject of digitalization in teaching and learning and systems of teacher education and training (best practices and potential improvements) took place on 06 and 07 December 2022 in Vienna, Austria.

This event was organized with the goal of sharing expertise on methodology of e-education, different types of CPDs (organized on-line and organized on the subject of digitalization), methodology of e-teaching and learning material, blended learning and digital school culture, as well as exploring the possibilities of transferring the lessons learned to the region of South Eastern Europe and Moldova.

Participants of the meeting were more than 20 nominated experts dealing with teacher education and training in VET and general education and experts in digital teaching from the SEE region (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) and Moldova, along the ERI SEE representatives.

On this occasion, the participants visited Technical College Spengergasse in Vienna, where the valuable insight on implementing innovative teaching/learning approaches for promoting digital competences and creating a digital school culture could be gained. Another visit was paid to the University College of Teacher Education Vienna and Future Learning Lab where the participants were introduced to the approach of the Future Learning Lab and innovative learning setting for promoting digital competences and blended learning.

During the two-day meeting the participants also discussed the pedagogy and didactical approaches to promoting digital competences and new digital skills needed in the labour market they had the opportunity to learn about. Special attention was given to the lessons learned from the visits and exchange of national experiences. Additionally, ways ahead of the SEE Teacher Education and Training (SEE TET) Network and its next activities were discussed.

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status and is in line with UNCSCR 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.

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