Erasmus IP's Past programmes
The following list is an overview of Erasmus IP's in which UC Southdenmark har been a coordinator or a partner
MICE - The Positive Effects of Migration for Interculturel Competencies
The aims of the IP are to analyze and reflect upon how migration and minorities can affect schools in a positive way.
University of Blanquerna, Barcelona (Spain), Myriam Guerra Ballic
University of Ramon Llull, Barcelona (Spain)
University of Valencia (Spain)
HelMo, Liège (Belgium)
Katholieke Hogeschool Mechelen (Belgium)
University of Timisoara (Roumania)
Kingston University, London (UK)
University of Stavanger (Norway)
Haute Ecole de Namur (Belgium)
University of Örebro (Sweden)
Kirchliche Pädagogische Hochschule Wien (Austria)
Haute Ecole Leonard de Vinci, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)
Escola Superior de Educacao de Santarem (Portugal)
University College South Denmark (Denmark)
The first course took place in Barcelona in March 2010
UC South was the coordinator of this 2-years Erasmus intensive programme on health education for children aged 6 to 16. Partners were ISELL, Teacher Education, Arteveldehogeschool University College (Belgium), Pädagogische Hochschule Schwäbisch Gmünd, Flensburg University Health Psychologie/Health Education (Germany), Bergen University College (Norway), Anglia Ruskin University, Faculty of Education (UK), IPS – ESES (Portugal).
The overall aim was to enhance the quality and impact of health promotion activities through shared experience on innovative practice within higher education.
Universitat da Valencia is project coordinator of the Erasmus IP "Observing, Living and Sharing our Environment".
The general idea of the project is to use the urban space as a learning arena, involving specific subjects like geography, biology, history, social sciences and sociology.
The large project network comprises exclusively member institutions of the " Comenius Association", such as:
Universidad Ramón Llull, Barcelona; Centro Superior de Estudios Universitarios La Salle, Madrid; Haute Ecole Léonard da Vinci, Brussels; West University of Timisoara, Roumania; Escola Superior de Educacao de Santarem, Portugal; Katholieke Hogeschool Mechelen, Belgium; Kingston University - School of Education, London; University of Stavanger, Norway.
The first course took place in Valencia from 22th March to 3rd April 2009; from UC South participated Claus Auning from College of Teacher Education and 2 first-year science students. Report from the course.
The IP did not receive fundings for the second year
European Heritage 2004-2007
A door to intercultural discovery and a tool to appreciate traditional crafts. The Belgian institution, Isell Ste Croix was project leader and various member institutions of the Comenius Association participated, including UC South.
Looking at the European heritage of monuments and buildings as the product of craftsmen's expertise was not only a way of assessing the importance of their skills, it was also a way of acknowledging the role of vocational schools and colleges training for these crafts. This was the primary objective of the programme set up for trainees teaching the 10 to 15 of age group.
The scheduled activities included the observation of urban, rural and natural landscapes, the touring of sites and buildings of varying components and styles, in other words, a historical readjustment. Meetings with craftsmen lead to the making of a work under their supervision, followed by an intercultural exchange where students worked in multinational groups. The intercultural dimension of the European heritage and this new approach to manual crafts were to be integrated in pedagogical web tools at each participating institution.
In March 2007 UC South hosted the course "European Heritage – Traditional Crafts".