As part of our on-going monitoring of Erasmus+ activities in the Partner Countries, Mrs. Claudia MELINTE, Cristina GHERMAN and Ana SAMSON of the National Erasmus+ Office (NEO) in Moldova carried out a field monitoring visit of your project at the Tiraspol State University on 28/03/19 and at “Alecu Russo” State University of Balti on 05/04/19.
We would like to thank all participants in the field monitoring visit for the time they devoted to the discussions and for having provided updated information on the project implementation.
The monitoring visit has shown that the project has good dissemination, impact and sustainability potential.
The dissemination of the project activities is being done after the project end on a regular basis:
The TEACHME website (https://teachme.ust.md/consortium/) represents a good project informative pathway, on the one hand, and a platform for TEACHME Community– Network of Moldovan teachers who want to teach innovatively using new ICT-based approaches and tools, on the other hand. This smart approach is assuring a constant flow of visitors on the TEACH ME website and a good mean of results’ dissemination.
The news feed is constantly updated with fresh news (for ex. since the project has ended, 7 new articles have been published).
Each involved university has developed a TEACHME web-pages on their universities web-sites (there are links from the general project website to these web-pages). These web-pages are very well structured and are focussed on project activities implemented within the consortium or university.
There are also good prospects for the sustainability of the project results:
The training programmes developed in the framework of the project have been evaluated and approved by the Ministry of Education and, finally, these programmes (11 programmes) have been authorised by the Moldovan QA Agency, NAQUAER, after the end of the project (November – December 2019).
The number of students/trainees interested in CEC has considerable increased during the last 3 years (for ex. at Tiraspol State University the number has increased by 4.5 times: from 254 students in 2015 to 1143 students in 2018).
The partner universities have increased the number of permanent staff working in the Centres, for example, from 1 to 6 persons. The staff employed in these centres is part of the university structure and continue their activity after the project end.
Please ensure the dissemination of this feedback to your project partners, and do not hesitate to contact us or the National Erasmus+ Office in Moldova (in copy of this e-mail) should you need any further clarifications.
We thank you for your participation in the CBHE action.