NTU “KPI” scientists participated in the international project Erasmus + “dComFra – Digital Competence (Dig Comp) Framework for Ukrainian Teachers and Other Citizens”. Within the framework of the project, teachers of the Department of Information Systems attended trainings that were held for Ukrainian universities for 3 months. They were held at universities in Lithuania, Poland and the Czech Republic. The sessions were dedicated to training teachers and improving their skills in digital literacy, given the rapid development of information technology.
Yes, February 18-22, 2019 Assoc. Systems of Information Chair Anna Zavolodko and graduate student of the Chair Julia Breslawiec participated in a training course held by the University of Vitautas the Great (Kaunas, Lithuania). It addressed many aspects related to digital skills: the development of a training center; development of a strategy to increase the number of CodeWeek events in Ukraine; developing a digital skills initiative plan in Ukraine; learning digital skills of entrants and more.
The second training was held at the Pedagogical University of Krakow and the Krakow Examination Center (Poland) March 18-21, 2019. It was attended by: Senior Lecturer of the Information Systems Department of the KPI, Maxim Tolkachov, Head of the Cisco Instructors Training Center at NTU “KPI”, and Senior Lecturer KhPI, Head of Cisco Academic Support Center NTU “KhPI” Natalia Jenyuk. During the training in Poland, the issues of digital competences of children, teenagers and adults, the certification system of computer knowledge, education in the profession of computer science at the level of secondary schools and others were discussed.
The third, final training was held on April 8-11, 2019 at the Czech Agricultural University of Prague. The senior lecturers of the Information Systems Department Maxim Okhrimenko, Maxim Tolkachev and Natalia Dzeniuk took part in it.