Tulemused

2015. aasta tulemused

 

Kokku laekus 11 kõrghariduse tasandi õpirändeprojekti taotlust ning osalise või täies mahus toetuse said kõik taotlenud kõrgkoolid. Kokku eraldati toetust summas 576,472 €.

 

Vaata, kuidas toetus projektide vahel jaotus:

 

Toetusesaaja

Partnerid

Õpilaste õpiränne

Töötajate õpiränne

Kogu eelarve

Eelarve (EEA/NorwayGrants)

1

Tartu Art College

-Tronrud Engineering AS

0

3

5 770

5193

2

Tallinn Health Care College

-Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

6

2

22 042

19837,8

3

TTK University of Applied Sciences

-Buskerud and Vestfold University college

-Sør-Trøndelag University College

- Norwegian University of Science and Technology

4

4

27 790

25011

4

Estonian Academy Of Security Sciences

 – Royal Norwegian Ministry of Defence

0

4

6 860

6174

5

Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences

 – Aalesund University College

4

4

24 850

22365

6

University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy

- Norwegian University of Music

- UiT The Arctic University of Norway

- Telemark University College

- Selbu Spinneri A/S

0

4

5 890

5301

7

Tallinn University

- Telemark University College

- Nord-Trøndelag University College

- Gjøvik University College

- University of Bergen

9

10

44 562

40105,8

8

Estonian Academy of Arts

- Bergen Academy of Art and Design

- CATENDA

- Hordaland Kunstsenter

- Volda University College

- The Arctic University of Norway

- The Oslo School of Architecture and Design

- Norwegian University of Science and Technology

- Eriksen/Brown

18

16

117 725

105952,5

9

University of Tartu

- University of Bergen

- Norwegian University of Science and Technology

- University of Oslo

- UiT The Arctic University of Norway

- Norwegian Social Science Data Services AS

- Norwegian Meteorological Institute

- Uni Research CIPR

- Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)

30

28

191 463

172316,7

10

Tallinn University of Technology

- Norwegian University of Science and Technology

- University of Oslo

- University of Bergen

- Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

1

16

45 584

41025,6

11

Estonian University of Life Sciences

- Norwegian University of Life Sciences

- Hedmark University College

- University of Stavanger

- Norwegian Forest and landscape Institute

- Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute

- Waste Management Norway

- Bioforsk -Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research

- Norwegian Insitute for Nature Research

15

12

83 936

75542,4

 

2014. aasta tulemused

 

Kokku laekus 14 taotlust: üheksa keskhariduse tasandi koostööprojekti ning viis kõrghariduse tasandi õpirändeprojekti. Toetuse said seitse keskhariduse tasandi koostööprojekti ning neli kõrgkoolide õpirändeprojekti. Kokku eraldati toetust summas 699 603,5 eurot: keskhariduse projektidele 399 228 eurot ning kõrgkoolidele 300 375,50 eurot.

 

Vaata, kuidas toetus kõrgkoolidevaheliste õpirändeprojektide vahel jaotus:

Toetusesaaja

Partnerid Norras

 Õpirändes osalejad

Rahastus programmist

Eesti Maaülikool

- Hedmark University College
- Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
- Norwegian University of Life Sciences
- SpermVital as
- Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute

5 Eesti ja 2 Norra üliõpilase õpingud partnerkoolis; 4 Eesti üliõpilase praktika Norra ettevõttes, 4 Eesti ja 1 Norra üliõpilase osalus Norra-Eesti teaduskoostööprojektis; 10 Eesti ja 14 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama; 6 Norra ettevõtte töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama; 10 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus Norras.
Projekt on seotud Norra-Eesti teaduskoostöö projektiga EMP162.

188 825,00 €

Tallinna Tehnikaülikool

- Institute for Energy Technology
- University of Oslo
- University of Bergen

3 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama; 10 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus Norras.
Projekt on seotud Norra-Eesti teaduskoostöö projektiga EMP128.

39 510,00 €

Tallinna Ülikool

- Telemark University College
- The Foundation Norwegian Council for Traditional Music and Dance
- University of Bergen

4 Eesti ja 4 Norra üliõpilase õpingud partnerkoolis; 2 Eesti ja 2 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama; 2 Norra ettevõtte töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama; 10 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus Norras.
Projekt on seotud Norra-Eesti teaduskoostöö projektiga EMP138.

64 276,00 €

Tartu Ülikool

- Norwegian School of Economics
- University of Oslo

1 Eesti ja 1 Norra üliõpilase osalus Norra-Eesti teaduskoostööprojektis; 1 Eesti ja 1 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama;
Projekt on seotud Norra-Eesti teaduskoostöö projektiga EMP265.

7 764,50 €

 

Vaata, kuidas toetus keskhariduse tasandi koostööprojektide vahel jaotus:

Toetusesaaja

Projekti nimi

Projekti partnerid

Rahastus programmist

Aravete Keskkool

“Promoting healthy lifestyles in school”

Norra kool: Lillehammer upper secondary school

58 241 €

The goal of this project is to develop modern teaching methods which teachers can use to integrate different subjects and promote healthy lifestyles in school. Through the project activities, seminars, training sessions, and work shadowing we want to create basic teaching materials which can be put into practice by both, the schools and the communities. The main outcome of the project is to create web-based teaching materials which will be accessible to everybody during the project and after its completion. We want to incorporate modern tools – such as smart phones, i-pads, and similar devices. We want to provide a variety of activities that develop different aspects of healthy lifestyles: physical activities, team activities, fitness training, aerobic activities, etc. We want to concentrate on winter sports, because skiing is an important activity for all project participants.

 

Kadrina Keskkool

“TESIC (Teachers of Estonia and Iceland) – Improving Skills to Face the Challenges of the 21st Century”

Islandi kool: Kvennaskólinn í Reykjavík Junior College

58 000 €

The idea is to focus on the sustainable development of our school environment, integrating new technologies and teaching practices and to broaden the teachers’ horizon. As a result we expect to improve our learning environment and content to keep pace with the technological progress and requirements of the 21st century, at the same time keeping the local values and promoting co-operation with local companies and institutions. The main objective is to keep our schools sustainable in the changing technological, demographic and economic environment. One of the main outcomes is a report with the proposals for the school administration and local authorities to be taken into account when drawing up a new School development plan.

 

Narva Humanitaargümnaasium

“Exciting science for sustainable development”

Norra kool: Malakoff Upper Secondary School

50 046 €

The main aim of the project is to work out an e-compendium of interactive tasks for upper secondary school students on the topic of national parks (protected areas) as a way to integrate the green growth and sustainability issues into teaching process. The materials will include games, quizzes, questionnaires and measuring tasks that will be tested in Lahemaa National Park (Estonia) and Ytre Oslofjor National Park (Norway). The project teams are teachers of biology, physics, chemistry, geography and English. During 17 months the teachers will develop and test the materials, improve them and make an e-version of the tasks (e-compendium) that will be open to public. The tasks will have a cross-curriculum meaning and integrate several subjects.

 

Narva Vanalinna Riigikool

“Using Social Studies and Languages to Teach Sustainability at the Upper Secondary Level”

Islandi kool: Kópavogur Grammar School; Eesti kool: Tallinna Õismäe Vene Lütseum

52 505 €

The project team aims to find answers to the question of how to involve sustainability in all subjects in upper secondary school. The subjects include Languages and Social Studies. The project target group are teachers of participating schools, which teach mother tongue and Literature, History, Human Studies and English. Expected outcomes are study materials for teachers, further projects, guidelines and worksheets for other teachers to use.

 

Tallinna Kesklinna Vene Gümnaasium

“The development of teaching methods and materials with the use of ICT in teaching mathematics and natural sciences”

Islandi kool: Comprehensive College in Vestmannaeyjar

65 000 €

The main idea of the project is to develop project-based and research-based training strategies and learning scenarios in Math and Science studies both in classrooms and outside. One of the focuses of the project is the use of mobile devices (tablets) in teaching and learning. Project involves: communication with the aim of stimulating short-term cooperation, teacher’s competence and capacity building; ICT teaching strategies and learning scenarios development; attempt to qualify the benefits of mobile technology in education and the infrastructure needed to support mobile activities; face-to-face and online teacher training; encouraging teachers to create their own learning and assessment materials of the new type. Expected outcomes: Developed and modernized teaching skills; learning scenarios with ICT and mobile devices usage; learning/instructional and assessment materials and tools, and a teacher/trainer handbook; e-environment with a community of teachers.

 

Tallinna Tehnikagümnaasium

“Science into reality”

Islandi kool: Kopavogur Institute of Education

65 000 €

The goal of this project is to create a teaching material about the energy concept aimed at integrating and deepening students´ basic applied knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, earth science and English. During the project teachers will create learning material, methodology and an examination system. The outcome will be a web-based learning material, which will consist of 3 blocks: Icelandic, Estonian and a joint venture English block. The joint venture part will also act as a meeting place for schools to do assignments: science and technical themes quizzes, competitions, discussions, debates.

 

Tõstamaa Keskkool

“Happy School”

Norra kool: Charlottenlund Upper Secondary School

50 436 €

The aim is to develop creative and innovative methods to teach subjects which are usually considered to be „boring“ or „difficult“ as math, science and technology but also history, literature and language subjects.
Most important need is to find out new creative teaching methods and channels which encourage the pupils to like and study the abovementioned subjects. In our perspective in the nearest future pupils can study in “Happy School” where learning process is interesting and in moderate way fun. Those schools combine formal teaching/learning methods with non-formal teaching/learning methods.
Main expected outcome of the project will be compendium of tools and examples of good practices of teaching methods in different subjects, instructions to use innovative and creative ways to make class-room work attractive to pupils in upper secondary level, and overview and possible solutions for problems in study process in classroom.

 

2013. aasta tulemused

 

Kokku laekus 9 projekti avaldust: kuus kõrgkoolidevahelise õpirände taotlust ning 3 keskhariduse taseme koostööprojektide taotlust. Kõiki kõrgkoolidevahelisi õpirände taotlusi toetati ning toetuste kogusumma oli 164 581 eurot. Keskhariduse tasandi koostööprojektidest toetati kõiki kolme projektitaotlust

 

Vaata, kuidas toetus kõrgkoolidevaheliste õpirändeprojektide vahel jaotus:

Toetusesaaja

Partnerkool Norras

 Õpirändes osalejad

Rahastus programmist

Tallinna Tehnikaülikool: 

Majandus- arvestuse instituut TA

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

1 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus Norra partnerkoolis.

3 388,00 €

Tallinna Tehnikaülikool: Rahvusvaheliste suhete instituut

 University of Tromsø

2 Eesti üliõpilase õpingud Norra partnerkoolis.

11 169,00 €

Tartu Ülikool: Arstiteaduskonna farmaatsia instituut

University of Tromsø, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Pharmacy

1 Eesti ja 1 Norra üliõpilase õpingud partnerkoolis. 1 Eesti ja 1 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama.

14 954,00 €

Tallinna Tehnikaülikool: Mäeinstituut

University of Stavanger

8 Eesti ja 8 Norra üliõpilase õpingud ja 4 Eesti üliõpilase praktika partnerkoolis. 4 Eesti ja 4 Norra ülikooli ja 6 Norra ettevõtte töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama. 6 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus partnerkoolis.

114 240,00 €

Tartu Ülikool: Skandinavistika osakond

University of Bergen

1 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama.

1 750,00 €

Eesti Maaülikool: Tehnikainstituut

University of Stavanger-UiS

6 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus partnerkoolis.

19 080,00 €

 

2013. aasta taotlusvooru pikendatud tähtajaks (11.11.2013) laekus üks taotlus, mis sai toetuse:

Toetusesaaja

Partnerkool Norras

 Õpirändes osalejad

Rahastus programmist

Tallinna Tehnikaülikool

Gjøvik University College; University of Oslo; University of Stavanger; The Oslo School of Architecture and Design

3 Eesti üliõpilase õpingud partnerkoolis; 1 Eesti ja 1 Norra ülikooli töötaja lähetus partnerkooli õpetama; 2 Eesti ülikooli töötaja koolitus partnerkoolis.

28 752,00 €

 

Vaata, kuidas toetus keskhariduse tasandi koostööprojektide vahel jaotus:

Toetusesaaja

Projekti nimi

Projekti partnerid

Rahastus programmist

Pärnumaa Kutsehariduskeskus

Practical Mathematics in Technical Education and other Fields

Islandi kool: Breidholt College

MTÜ Skills Estonia

59 471 €

The co-operation project „Practical mathematics in technical education and other fields“ is focusing on teaching mathematics in an innovative and creative way. The studies of mathematics will be integrated to professional studies such as design and carpentry. It is necessary to find ways, materials and methods of teaching, which would make mathematics more realistic and attractive to students. Integrating the tasks of mathematics to professional studies (making up tasks, which are directly connected to the real situation in carpentry or design) would be helpful in makeing students understand the subject. The methodology of data-driven-instrution and the concept of integrated learning will be involved in the project. A part of the project is integration of design and carpentry. The current situation is that carpenters are not understanding the demands, needs of designers. The creativity skills of carpenters will be focused on in order to strenghten their co-operation with designers.

 

Viimsi Keskkool

ESTIC – Sustainable School Policy

Islandi kool: The Comprehensive Secondary School of Armuli

60 102 €

Initially, the projecte will focus on creating Sustainable School Policy. Besides protection of nature and environmentally-friendly lifestyle we promote the understanding of democracy and human rights, welfare and health, cultural diversity and joy of creativity. Secondly we will create a study kit for teachers about nature and environment of Estonia and Iceland. The activities include a field trip for science, physics, chemistry, biology and geography to observe the peculiarities of both countries. The study kit includes video material, interactive exercises, worksheets etc. that can be used in any school interested in the study kit. Thirdly, we will focus on developing the MST direction in both schools based on the comparison of school curricula, experience and good practice. The main goal that integrates all planned activities promotes teacher cooperation inside the school and between the schools exchanging good practice and increasing both teacher and indirectly student motivation.

 

Võrumaa Kutsehariduskeskus

Designing Environmental Thinking in Vocational Education

Norra kool Etterstad Videregaaende Skole

50 010 €

Voru County Vocational Training Centre in collaboration with the Norwegian Etterstad Videregaaende Skole is planning a project in which themes like environment and sustainable development are associated to the national curriculum. Vocational and upper secondary schools pay little attention to the environmental awareness in their subjects. Various events are organized, but there is no systematic and continuous integration of sustainability. This in turn is caused by the fact that there are no teaching and study materials. The partner schools will exchange experience and knowledge, prepare different materials, hold project meetings, organize different seminars and workshops. The result of this is increase in participants’ knowledge and skills, teaching materials. The created instructional materials can also be used by other schools in Estonia and Norway. The project is opportunity to exchange knowledge and skills of the partners. Green thinking is going to be a part of our lives.

Viimati uuendatud: 09.10.2018