Multipliers

ALIEN aims at promoting problem-based learning in engineering higher education. However, the proposed active learning design that is based on broader, blended learning activities that deploy digital tools, such as games and simulations, is application in wider sectors, including secondary education, professional education, vocational education, and more. Below are some activities in which synergies with the ALIEN project were exploited.

University of Thessaly

Engineering and programming for girls event, Volos, Greece October 15, 2020 see more

Problem-based learning event for secondary education, Volos, Greece May 9, 2019 see more

Design thinking event for secondary education, Volos, Greece April 4, 2019 see more

ALIEN at the Thessaly Science Festival, Volos, Greece October 11-12, 2018 see more

Memorandum of understanding signed with the Greek Mathematical Society, many of whose members are secondary education teachers, on future collaboration on problem-based learning see more

Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Joint training delivered by HUST and the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training towards school educators, July 4, 2020 see more

Tribhuvan University

Memorandum of understanding signed with the Nepal Engineering Association on the deployment of active learning see more

Technical University of Gabrovo

ALIEN presented at the Modeling your Future Educational Fair, organized by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education, June 26, 2019 see more

ALIEN presented at the VET institutions exhibition, October 7 – 9, 2020 see more

Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Joint training of secondary education teachers with the Vietnamese Ministry of Education, July 4, 2020 see more