Teaching modules and delegation tasks

PART 1 – Employment in the school context

PART 2 – Staff conduct and student conduct in the school context

PART 3 – Competences in education, the right to education and rights in education

  • Module on: Law on EU, federal, regional, municipal competences in education (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to: DURRES (contact: Juliana Latifaj and Ervin Karamuço)
    Supported in the task completion by: BIALYSTOK (contact: Anna Budnik)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: KUTAFIN (contact: Anastasia Mitrushchenkova)

  • Module on: Constitutional right to education, religious rights in education  (Bialystok Internship)

    Writing handed over to: GOMEL (contact: Aleksandr Grahotsky & Vladislav Bejzerov)
    Supported in the task completion by: BIALYSTOK (Macej Perkowski & Izabela Krasnicka)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: BRUSSELS (Georgia du Plessis)
    – Video on religious rights in education
    – Video on the right to a safe educational environment

PART 4 – Structure of the education system

  • Module on: Comparative review of law regulating school systems in Europe  (Bialystok Internship)

    Writing handed over to: MCU (Anna Vavilova & Maria Smirnova)
    Supported in the task completion by: KAUNAS (Agne Margeviciute and Ausrine Pasvenskiene)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: MARSU (Vera Toktarova & Marina A. Mokoseeva & Katerina Fleginskikh)

  • Module on: Legal framework on pedagogical and academic and school autonomy (Kaunas Internship)

    Writing handed over to: MINSK (Veranika Radyhina & Irina Ilukevich)
    Supported in the task completion by: KAUNAS (contact: Ausrine Pasvenskiene and Agne Margeviciute)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: ELA (Elena Shinkareva) and HSE (Semen Yankevich)
    -> A) Draft of Module BSPU on Autonomy in Education (Russian version May 2017)

  • Module on: Legislating the quality triangle in education (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to: TIRANA (contact: Nikoleta Mita and Livia Nano)
    Supported in the task completion by: BRUSSELS (Martijn Roelen)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: NARFU (contact: Nadezhda Baykina)

  • Module on: Regulation on the professional education EQF level 5 and its implementation (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to: TIRANA (contact: Nikoleta Mita and Livia Nano)
    Supported in the task completion by: BRUSSELS (Martijn Roelen)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: NARFU (contact: Nadezhda Baykina)

PART 5 – School structures and governance

  • Module on: Comparative review of administration and governance of schools at central and/or regional level (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to: KUTAFIN (Anastasia Mitrushchenkova & Natalia Komissarova)
    Supported in the task completion by: BRUSSELS (Charlotte Mbuyi)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: NARFU (contact: Nadezhda Baykina)

  • Module on: Comparative review of law on school management in Europe (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to: MARSU (Vera Toktarova & Marina A. Mokoseeva & Katerina Fleginskikh)
    Supported in the task completion by: BRUSSELS (Georgia du Plessis)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: MCU (Anna Vavilova)

  • Module on: Privacy and data protection, transparency and access to information in education (Kaunas Internship)

    Writing handed over to NARFU (Zarubina Lubov, Nadezhda Baykina, Elena Vorobeva)
    Supported in the task completion by: KAUNAS (Agne Margeviciute and Ausrine Pasvenskiene)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: MCU (Anna Vavilova & Katerina Kabakhidze & Maria Smirnova)
    -> A) Draft of Module NARFU on Privacy, data protection, transparency and access to info (English version May 2017)
    -> B) Draft Description of Module NARFU on Privacy, data protection, transparency and access to info (English version May 2017)

PART 6 – Mobility of staff and students in the European Union

  • Module on: Mobility of Students in the European Union

    Writing handed over to BRUSSELS (Gracienne Lauwers)
    Supported in the task completion by: ALBANIA (Juliana Latifi, Nikoleta Mita, Kseanela Sotirofski)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: KAUNAS (Ielizavieta Kovalska)
    -> B) Draft description of the Module on Mobility of Teaching Staff in the EU (English version May 2017)

  • Module on: Mobility of Staff in the European Union (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to BRUSSELS (Gracienne Lauwers)
    Supported in the task completion by: ALBANIA (Juliana Latifi, Nikoleta Mita, Kseanela Sotirofski)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: KAUNAS (Ielizavieta Kovalska)

  • Module on: Recognition of Academic and Professional Qualifications in the European Union (Belgian Internship)

    Writing handed over to BRUSSELS (Gracienne Lauwers)
    Supported in the task completion by: ALBANIA (Juliana Latifi, Nikoleta Mita, Kseanela Sotirofski)
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: KAUNAS (Ielizavieta Kovalska)

GLOSSARY

  • Module on: Language, Words and Phrases in Education Law and Litigation  (Bialystok Internship)

    Writing handed over to: MCU (“Katerina Kabakhidze)
    Supported in the task completion by: Tirana, Durres, VUB, ELA, UoB, VMU, NarFU, HSE, MarSU, BSPU, GSU
    Closing of the task through internal consortium evaluation by: KUTAFIN (Anastasia Mitrushchenkova & Natalia Komissarova)

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