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Ghent University UGent is one of the most important institutions of higher education and research in the Low Countries. UGent yearly attracts students, with a foreign student population of over EU and non-EU citizens. Diversity, participation and orientation towards competences are the basic elements in our human resource policy. In its mission statement UGent distinguishes itself as a socially committed and pluralistic university that is open to all students, regardless of their ideological, political, cultural or social background.

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Ghent University UGent is one of the most important institutions of higher education and research in the Low Countries. UGent yearly attracts students, with a foreign student population of over EU and non-EU citizens. Diversity, participation and orientation towards competences are the basic elements in our human resource policy. In its mission statement UGent distinguishes itself as a socially committed and pluralistic university that is open to all students, regardless of their ideological, political, cultural or social background.

UGent defines itself in a broad international perspective and brings out its individuality in language and culture. This mission statement serves as the basis for the process of change and for strategic policy planning at all levels and is the touchstone for the day-to-day management of the university and is completely in line with the Bologna process. During the past years UGent evolved to one of the trendsetters in the internationalisation of higher education.

For I-Use UGent will be responsible for the overall management and financial coordination. For this an extra employee will be attracted. He has been the editor of the website: www. The company has produced several websites — and recently participated in The World Banks call for applications on Development with the site: www.

It will also contribute to creating lessons and the promotion and dissemination of the project. The role of the company is to lead the development of the training and teaching material in the I-USE project Work Package 4 and to develop a series of interactive and interdisciplinary material in the use of statistics in secondary education. The Association is a not-for-profit organisation which aims to:. The network will therefore play a major role in the dissemination and evaluation of the activities of the project.

In this case it will lead the Workpackage on piloting and evaluation WP4. It will also contribute significantly to the dissemination of the project through its broad connections across Europe.

EUROGEO will organise a meeting of the consortium linked with its annual conference in order to maximise the potential for partners to disseminate the outcomes of the proposal and be involved in the training courses for teachers.

This will ensure a rapid start to the project and excellent communications. The online courses created will be hosted on the association Moodle platform. They will also host the course materials and contribute to the state-of-the-art and lesson development. The GA is the leading national subject association for geography. The primary objective of the charity is the advancement of education for the public benefit by furthering geographical knowledge and understanding, through the promotion and dissemination of good practice in geographical teaching and learning.

The GA believes that geography is important because it helps us to make sense of the world. Geography tackles the big issues — environmental responsibility, global interdependence, cultural understanding, and the interplay of physical, economic, social, cultural and political processes. As an independent subject association the GA exists to promote, support and develop geography subject leadership at all levels and this is reflected by its membership, which includes large numbers of primary and secondary teachers as well as teachers in further education, academic geographers and teacher trainers and educators.

They also receive online access to a searchable archive of past journal issues through their own membership log-in to the GA website, where they can also access photo galleries, topical teaching materials, third party discount vouchers and other networking opportunities.

The GA produces an extensive range with a list of over titles currently available from stock of niche educational resources for teachers of geography, including an acclaimed series of handbooks forming a core in-school CPD resource for geography subject leaders, plus many more innovative learning materials in both print and electronic format.

The GA organises and runs an Annual Conference and Exhibition held over 3 days, which regularly attracts over teachers. It also organises a programme in excess of 40 per year of one-day regional CPD events that are oriented to the professional support of geography teachers in primary and secondary schools. The GA leads teachers in school-focussed geography curriculum development through its management of and participation in externally funded projects.

Notable in recent years has been the Department for Education funded Action Plan for Geography and The outcomes from all of the projects that the GA has been involved with during the period under review can be viewed from the Projects area of the GA website. The GA is a subject association with a wide membership. Our membership network reaches a majority of secondary schools in England and will therefore play a key role in dissemination of the activities of the project. The extensive website www.

Membership stands at about and daily unique use of the website is typically per day. The leadership of the GA is a mix of, mainly, primary and secondary school teachers, teacher educators, and geography academics. This staff complement is organised into three broadly similar sized activity areas:. This infrastructure provides the GA with the capacity to effectively manage a wide range of funded project work in addition to providing administrative and editorial support for its membership subscriptions, CPD events, journals and publications.

The GA offers considerable expertise in marketing, promotion, publishing and organising and promoting projects and events. It will lead the dissemination workpackage but also contribute to generating teacher training materials and offer state-of-the-art input from a UK perspective.

Expertise in social networking will also be used. It was officially established in and it was launched in In the Department of Geography moved to a new building at the University Hill that occupies square meters and it is equipped with modern facilities.

The aim of the Department is to offer a complete programme of undergraduate and postgraduate education in Geography that observes and responds to the both the international developments in the field and the needs and particularities of the study of spatial problems in Greece and its role in the wider Mediterranean and European territory.

Since the Department of Geography offers a complete Programme of Undergraduate Studies that continuously adapts to the academic and professional demands of the field. The Department of Geography has 22 permanent staff members which in the near future will reach the number of Teaching is supported also by several adjunct lecturers.

The total number of undergraduate students is about There are also 50 Msc students and 40 PhD candidates. The Department has three complete educational laboratories to support teaching and research: Laboratory of Geoinformatics, Laboratory of Physical Geography and Laboratory of Human Geography. The University will coordinate the state of the art Workpackage and host a meeting of the consortium where the course materials will be piloted and evaluated.

Aegean will contribute to other project activities including preparing materials, lesson design and curriculum aspects. A project of a further integration of statistics in subjects like Math and Physics and others.. The basic task of our school is to give useful knowledge of various scientific branches and to help to create general global perspective of our students. Getting relevant statistics, evaluate and analyse them are a natural part of our teaching programme.

Gribskov Gymnasium is part of the upper secondary level of the Danish educational system. The school is medium-sized with students age years and 80 teachers, who all have university degrees and teach only the subjects of their degrees.

The courses emphasize a broad theoretical education of high academic standard, and interdisciplinary themes and problems have a high priority. Gribskov Gymnasium offers seven specialized study programmes placed within the humanities, natural science and social science as well as a broad range of elective subjects.

One important goal is to prepare our students for higher education at university level and similar institutions of higher education. Throughout the school year the students participate in both national as well as international competitions of academic nature, fx Science Cup. Analyze and discuss the use of statistics in a Danish Upper Secondary School in different subjects.

In our facilities we will also arrange meetings for the participants in the project and our teachers could take part of meetings and network groups other places. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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