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Date of print: 17/08/18
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Work programme of the Bologna Follow-Up Group 2007-2009

Bologna Seminar on Development of a Common Understanding of Learning Outcomes and ECTS

Bologna Seminar Porto, Portugal 19/06/2008 - 20/06/2008

Bologna Seminar on Development of a Common Understanding of Learning Outcomes and ECTS. Porto, Portugal, 19-20 June 2008.

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Documents

1 - Report and Recommendations

Report and Recommendations
 
Annex 1 – Framework and Guidelines for Discussion
 
Annex 2 - Preliminary Forum Report
 
Annex 3 – Seminar Programme
 
Annex 4 – List of Participants
 
Annex 5 - Information on attendance of the “Streaming online” session
 
Annex 6 - Conclusions of the Bologna Seminar held on 21-22 February 2008 at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
 
Annex 7 - Conclusions of the Bologna Seminar held on 17-18 April 2008 at the People’s Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

2 - Papers and Presentations

Biographies of key participants

Session 1

Keynote Lecture 1: Everything you need to know about Learning Outcomes! - Declan Kennedy
 
Oral presentation 1.1: Where do we stand in terms of the Bologna two-cycle system as the structure to support learning outcomes and ECTS? - Madalena Patrício
 
Oral presentation 1.2: Understanding Learning Outcomes and ECTS: a view from Scotland - Lorraine Walsh
 
Oral presentation 1.3: Introducing Learning Outcomes at the University of Luxembourg - Lucien Kerger

Session 2

Keynote Lecture 2: Learning Outcomes and ECTS: indispensable elements for teaching, learning and assessment in present day degree programmes? - Robert Wagenaar

Oral presentation 2.1: The effectiveness of alignment matrices in curriculum design - Isabel Huet
 
Oral presentation 2.2: The Experience of E-portfolios in Student Learning Objectives - Alfredo Soeiro
 
Oral presentation 2.3: ECTS with Student Eyes - Caroline Carlot

Session 3

Keynote Lecture 3: The wider implications of the European Qualifications Frameworks - Volker Gehmlich
 
Oral presentation 3.1: The Chemistry Eurobachelor and Euromaster Labels: From learning outcomes to quality assurance – an example of good practice - Armando Silvestre


Seminar programme

Seminar Day 1 – 19 June 2008, 08.30 – 18.00
08.30 – 09.30  Registration and Coffee
09.30 – 09.45  Welcome Address - Hosts and Organizers
Session 1 – Topic 1 – Understanding Learning Outcomes and ECTS by all stakeholders
Chairperson – Lucien Bollaert, EURASHE
09.45 - 10.25  Keynote Lecture 1 - Declan Kennedy, Department of Education, University College Cork, Ireland
Everything you need to know about Learning Outcomes!
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10.25 – 10.45  First Debate on Topic 1
10.45 – 11.15  Coffee-Break
11.15 – 11.40  3 oral presentations on topic 1
Oral presentation 1.1 –Madalena Patrício, President of Association for Medical Education in Europe, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Lisboa 
Where do we stand in terms of the Bologna two-cycle system as the structure to support learning outcomes and ECTS?
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11.40 - 12.05  Oral presentation 1.2 – Lorraine Walsh, Director, Academic Professional Development University Coordinator, University of Dundee, Scotland
Understanding Learning Outcomes and ECTS: a view from Scotland
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12.05 - 12.30  Oral presentation 1.3 – Lucien Kerger, Academic Vice-Rector, University of Luxembourg
Introducing Learning Outcomes at the University of Luxembourg
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12.30 - 13.00  Second debate on Topic 1
13.00 - 14.30  Lunch
Session 2 – Topic 2 - Learning Outcomes, ECTS and Teaching/Learning Methods
Chairperson – Maria de Lurdes Correia Fernandes, U. Porto, Portugal
14.30 – 15.10  Keynote Lecture 2 – Robert Wagenaar, Joint coordinator of the Erasmus, Tempus and Alfa TUNING projects, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Learning Outcomes and ECTS: indispensable elements for teaching, learning and assessment in present day degree programmes?
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15.10 – 15.30  First Debate on Topic 2
15.30 – 16.00  Coffee-Break
16.00 – 16.25  3 oral presentations on topic 2
Oral presentation 2.1 –  Isabel Huet, CIDTFF Research Centre, University of Aveiro, Portugal,
The effectiveness of alignment matrices in curriculum design
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16.25 – 16.50   Oral presentation 2.2 - Alfredo Soeiro, Faculdade de Engenharia, University of Porto, Portugal,  The Experience of E-portfolios in Student Learning Objectives
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16.50 - 17.15  Oral presentation 2.3 – Caroline Carlot, Bologna Expert, ESU - European Student Union
ECTS with Student Eyes
17.15 – 17.35  Second Debate on Topic 2
17.35 – 18.00  Conclusions of Day 1 and organization of Discussion Groups for Day 2
18.00  End of work for Day 1
18.45 – 23.30  Social Event

Day 2 – 20 June 2007 – 09.00-15.30
Session 3 – Topic 3 - The wider implications of Learning Outcomes - in National Qualifications Frameworks, Recognition of Qualifications, Quality Assurance...
Chairperson – Bruno Carapinha, ESU
09.00 – 09.40  Keynote Lecture 3 - Volker Gehmlich, University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück, Germany
The wider implications of the European Qualifications Frameworks
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09.40 – 10.15  1 oral presentation on topic 3
Oral presentation 3.1 –Armando Silvestre, CICECO, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Portugal,
The Chemistry Eurobachelor and Euromaster Labels: From learning outcomes to quality assurance – an example of good practice
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14.30 – 16.00  Final Plenary Session:
Chairperson - Sebastião Feyo de Azevedo, U. Porto, DGES, Portugal
14.30 – 15.20  Presentation of conclusions by Group Co-ordinators
15.20 - 15.40  Summing up and Recommendations - Presentation of Final Report main lines by Rapporteur - Gerard Madill, Policy Adviser Universities Scotland
15.40 – 16.00  Summing up and Recommendations - Final comments by delegates

End of Seminar

Published: 19/06/2008 - Last modified: 20/10/2016
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