Principles of Problem-based Learning

In PBL, projects are organized as group work. ‘Projects’ mean ‘student-initiated and student-designed, empirically based investigation activities aimed at solving the problem’. The project is supported by courses but the project is what counts as most important. In other words the project is supported by other courses. High quality PBL presupposes a proper quantitative...

Call for applications

The European ENGINITE project (https://www.enginite.eu/) invites the submission of applications of interest by graduate engineers and industries/companies/organizations to participate in a postgraduate Vocational Education and Training (VET) programme, which will be held during 2018-2019 Call for submissions. Ανακοίνωση προκήρυξης για Εταιρείες. Ανακοίνωση προκήρυξης για Απόφοιτους.  

3rd Transnational Project Meeting at Greece

The ENGINITE 2nd Training on Problem Based Learning applied to Engineering courses took place in Crete in June 2018 (‘Train the Trainers’ workshop). The workshop aimed at enabling the participants to become well aware of applying PBL in engineering courses. The 3-day workshop included a set of experiential and hands-on activities.The ‘Train the Trainers’...

2nd Transnational Project Meeting at UK

Following the ENGINITE kick-off meeting held in Limassol, Cyprus, the second coordination meeting of ENGINITE took place in London, UK in March, followed by a training event on Problem-based Learning (PBL) pedagogy. The coordination meeting and training event were held from Monday the 12th to Thursday the 15th of March 2018, at ThinkUP’s premises...