Envisaged & Tangible Results

Envisaged Results

The training of futures trainers guarantees the sustainability of the project. Furthermore, the fact that faculty at the Universities in Jordan and Palestine are trained on the Higher Diploma content ensures they have the competencies necessary for implementing the degree in their respective universities. 

The use of the e-learning platform facilitates individual and group learning, as well as easy access to theoretical and practical content. Also, the e-learning platform allows for the diverse and dynamic use of active methodologies, such as case studies, learning based on real-life problems, and the flipped classroom. 

There are three main reasons for which the expected results are feasible. First, all activities are dated and sequenced over the period of months and years throughout the project’s development, as outlined by the different WPs. Furthermore, the responsible parties for activities and tasks are also indicated in each WP. To fulfil the established objectives and maintain general coordination, a series of virtual meetings will be carried out between the coordinators of each university and the quality control commission.

The second reason for the feasibility of this project is related to the previous experience of the team in project management, design and evaluation of university degrees. Team members have been a part of the commissions responsible for designing degrees in their respective universities. Furthermore, they are active members of the university commissions that guarantee the quality of official master degree programs (such as General Health Psychology and Health Care for Promoting the Autonomy of Individuals and Palliative Care at UGR) as well as various undergraduate degrees. They are responsible for monitoring these programs, academic committees, and quality control. Similarly, team members have been a part of expert committees for accrediting and evaluating undergraduate and master degrees, as requested by their country’s national agency for verifying the quality of the degrees. They also participate as professors in nationally recognized online masters programs, such as the University Master in Curriculum and Training Research and Innovation at UGR which is ranked fourth nationally in the field of education.

The third reason is related to the multidisciplinarity of the project’s components. The expertise in Social Pedagogy from members at the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra and the background in Neuropsychology and Neurodevelopment as well as in University Teaching of the members at the Psychology and Education Department at the University of Granada suggest that the objectives of this project can be achieved.

Tangible Results

Results will be the same for Palestine and Jordan, as the objectives for both countries are identical.

The concrete, tangible results include:

  • Implement the Higher Diploma in the 4 participating universities.
  • Acquire the specific university degree that enables trainees to work in refugee camps.
  • Give specific training in neurodevelopment to the university professors.
  • Train health and education professionals who would in refugee camps.
  • Design teaching material, both in English and in Arabic, to facilitate its dissemination.

An additional tangible result, which would remain stable across time, is the creation of the “Network of good practice in neurodevelopment training,” made up of the 4 universities that participate in the project.

Concerning the degree, the expected results are the following:

  • The success rate to exceed the standards established by the universities.
  • The degree will be implemented in 4 universities.
  • If a minimum of 10 students enrols, we could count on 40 students to obtain the Higher Diploma degree in neurodevelopment, which would professionally equip them to work in refugee camps.

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