The D-Skills Jean Monnet Module aims to mainstream and diversify the curricula of the undergraduate programme International Relations and European Studies at the Faculty of History and Philosophy, Department of International Relations and European Studies, Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania and stimulate research, debating and publication activities in the area of EU Studies with particular attention to the issue of excellence and innovation in the teaching and learning process
D-Skills Teaching Objectives
This objective is supported through the European Union Policies course which is a compulsory course designed for second-year students in the undergraduate programme of European Studies.
The academic content has suffered a significant change in terms of pedagogies and topics covered by the course, with a new emphasis on the case studies dedicated to the performance of Romania and Bulgaria in critical policy areas. Also, the course introduces a model of consolidating the digital skills of students by integrating the Digital Competence Framework 2.0
D-Skills Research and Debate Objectives
This JM Monnet Module proposes two workshops: Digital skills for junior scholars and secondary school teachers: teaching with digital skills and Digital skills in higher education. The state of play in the field of European Integration Studies.
These debate activities are complemented by the research activity: The new EU member states and the issue of digital technology in higher education. Evidence from the field of EU Integration Studies and the publication of the results of the research in a special issue of a well-ranked international peer-review Journal.
Relevance to the JM Action
- promotes research and first teaching experience for young researchers and scholars and practitioners in European Union issues
- fosters the publication and dissemination of the results of academic research
- creates interest in the EU and constitutes the basis for future poles of European knowledge, particularly in Partner Countries
aims to mainstream and diversify the curricula of the undergraduate programme International Relations and European Studies at the Faculty of History and Philosophy, Department of International Relations and European Studies,This is the citation.
With the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union