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Expected Results

The support for the implementation of modern, innovative, transformative, student-centered instructional strategies in HEI in the West Balkans

The formation of the BALKANETUP via the integration of knowledge, good practices, shared experience for the academic educational processes

The establishment of CTLs in HEIs

The launching of an e-Net to support BALKANETUP

The upgrading of teaching and learning methods that lead to better students’ outcomes


Project Management Plan

University Pedagogy, mostly enhanced through the operation of Centres for Teaching and Learning (CTL), is a main pillar for the implementation of the European Higher Education Area. MAGNET project aims to develop a network for University Pedagogy in the West Balkans States, through know-how transfer from countries that have CTLs under operation to all partner countries. Main objectives include the know-how transfer, the foundation of CTLs, the production of educational material and the creation of a sustainable network BalkaNetUP (Balkan Network for University Pedagogy).

Analysis & Master Plan to Address the Needs & Wants of Higher Education in the Western Balkans

Plan to Address the Needs & Wants of Higher Education Pedagogy in the Western Balkans study contains data from the Ministries of Education for the entire country, thereby expanding the dataset generated from consortium partners' data used in the process of studying the existing situation in the process of writing this project proposal. Partners carried out a Needs Analysis survey in their HEI to depict the state of play as it is assumed that the partner countries represent a sufficient sample for understanding the general situation in the EU and especially the area of Western Balkans . Based on these , the final study report is elaborated to present the conclusions which will draw the frame inside which the work for WP3 will be carried out. A significant purpose of this report is to identify best practices in University Pedagogy and define the problems or gaps in each participating Institution that the project aims to address.