Presentation of the IDEATE High Tech Project in Lithuanian Parliament
PROJECT-BASED LEARNING APPROACH ASSURING STUDENTS’ RIGHTS TO PARTICIPATE AND BE EQUALLY ENGAGED IN STUDY ACTIVITIES
Presentation of the IDEATE High Tech Project at the 2nd International CREAN Conference “Children’s Right for Non-Discrimination”, Vilnius, December 4-5, 2014
Within the context of the 21st century education paradigm competence and new skills require new authentic learning methods. The growing popularity of the project-based learning, as an active, inclusive, student-centric methodology, is related to extended opportunities in terms of knowledge attainment, facilitating the acquisition of several transversal competences such as team work, search and selection of information and synthesis and analysis abilities.
The presentation discussed main features of PBL identifying aspects that assure equal rights of students to be involved in the learning process; also it discussed the innovativeness within PBL paradigm and finally some obstacles/challenges. Within the framework of the presentation the IDEATE High Tech project case was discussed reflecting challenges related to the Teachers’ Role in Entrepreneurial pedagogy involving combination of interactive methods to achieve the effectiveness of teaching of entrepreneurship within the interdisciplinary context and reach higher engagement of the youth.
Friday, December 5, 2014, 12:00 – 14:00, Presentation in Seimas (The Parliament) of the Republic of Lithuania, Presenters: Tomas Butvilas (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania), Dalia Rimkūnienė (Vilnius Business College, Lithuania)