International inspiration for developing pedagogical competence

International internships are a popular development and training opportunity for university staff. In order to make the internship effective and beneficial for both the sending and the receiving institution, it is important to choose appropriate activities in advance. Find out what you can experience during your internship at CERPEK.

18 Apr 2023 Jitka Vidláková

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Thanks to the ERAMUS+ program, this week the Competence Development Centre (CERPEK) is visited by doc. Ing. Jaromír Novák, PhD. from the University of Economics in Bratislava.

During his internship at CERPEK, interesting activities are planned for the associate professor, which were prepared by the Development and Education Manager Mgr. Ingrid Procházková, Ph.D. Our guest will get an idea about the functioning and agenda of CERPEK not only thanks to meetings and discussions with CERPEK employees, but especially thanks to the popular and effective way of observing good practice – job shadowing. He will thus have the opportunity to talk to employees of workplaces with which CERPEK works closely. These departments are in particular the Department for Quality and the Department of Doctoral Studies and Scientific Qualifications. The second department is currently planning the traditional summer school for doctoral students and CERPEK's involvement in its activities.

Not only CERPEK employees, but also MU teachers will have a chance a look at the expertise and experience of our foreign guest, with whom we have prepared a workshop How to align teaching and assessment methods with learning objectives.​

Thanks to the well-chosen date of the visit, our guest will also be able to participate in the traditional event Teacher's Week at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University, which will take place from 17-21 April 2023.

We look forward to mutual inspiration!

doc. Ing. Jaromír Novák, PhD.

Jaromír Novák works at the Department of Pedagogy, Faculty of Economics, University of Economics in Bratislava. For more than two decades he has been involved in the training of teachers of economic subjects for secondary schools and the professional development of university teachers in the field of their pedagogical activity. He participates in the creation and implementation of pedagogical courses and workshops for internal doctoral students and university teachers with varying degrees of teaching experience. For almost three years he has been leading the international project Designing Holistic and Sustainable Educational Development to Improve Student Learning, in which he has been working with a team of experienced partners from foreign universities to design and validate a comprehensive system of professional development for university teachers at the University of Economics in Bratislava.

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