Tuning Visiting Researchers 2017-2018

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Tuning Research Scholarships for Short-Term Visits to the Tuning Academy (University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain) for 2017-2018 have been awarded to (in alphabetical order by first surname):

Foto Rahad Rahat BEKBOEVA, born in Kyrgyzstan, currently conducting her research at the   International University of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyzstan) on the topic of The impact of   Tuning projects on Kyrgyz Higher Education (Tuning Kyrgyz   Republic, 2005-2007; TuCAHEA, 2013-2015).  

The impact of Tuning projects on Kyrgyz Higher Education (End-of-Stay  Presentation, Slides)

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Maria Maria CASSAR, born in Malta, currently conducting her research at the University of Malta (Malta) on the topic of Applying TUNING Competency Frameworks to map   qualifications in health and social care of undocumented refugees.

Applying the Tuning Competencies Framework to map the training and qualifications of   refugees who are nurses: An exploratory exercise  (End-of-Stay Presentation, Slides).

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Elisabeth Elizabeth D’SOUZA, born in India, currently conducting her research at the Society for the Advancement of the Rural People of India (India) on the topic of Learning to learn: voices of Indian students.

Learning to Learn – Voices of Indian Students (End-of-Stay Presentation, Slides).

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Rafee HAKKY, born in Syria, currently conducting his research at the International University for Science and Technology (Syria) on the topic of Tuning-MEDA Competences Revisited: Further “Tuning” to Better Benefit Syrian Architectural Programs.
Foto Rahad Azimehsadat KHAKBAZ, born in Iran, currently conducting her research at the Bu-Ali Sina University (Iran) on the topic of Teaching competences for university teachers.
Inkeri KONTRO, born in Finland, currently conducting her research at the University of Helsinki (Finland) on the topic of Assessment of generic competences in Physics BSc programme.
Roberta 150 150 Roberta LADENHEIM , born in Argentine, currently conducting her research at the Instituto Universitario CEMIC (Argentina) on the topic of Argentinian Medical educators and policy-makers´ assumptions on generic aspects of competences and its influence in educational planning.

Medical educator´s conceptions about generic competences and their place in educational planning in Argentina: contributions for consensus building in healthcare professions education (End-of-Stay Presentation, Slides).

To listen to the presentation recording click here

DSC_0095 Daniel McINERNEY, born in the USA, currently conducting his research at the Utah State University (USA) on the topic of Historical Study in the U.S.: Assessing the   Impact of Tuning within a Professional Disciplinary Society.

Historical Study in THE U.S.: Assessing the Impact of Tuning withn a professional Disciplinary Society (End-of-Stay Presentation, Slides)

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Loussia Foto WEb Loussia Penha MUSSE FELIX, born in Brazil, currently conducting her research at the Universidade de Brasília (Brazil) on the topic of Competence-  Based   Pedagogical  Projects and Brazilian Legal Education.

Brazilian Higher Education and competences based learning approach: Legal Education as an example of possibilities and challenges (End-of-Stay Presentation, Slides).

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Trollip Zwelethu NGEWANA, born in South Africa, currently conducting his research at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa) on the topic of Computational Tuning methodology in Mechanical Engineering.
EWGWBW Emily WOOD, born in the UK, currently conducting her research at   Kingston School of Art, Kingston University (UK) on the topic of Can developing   a   peer assessment procedure for a large class of first year graphic   design students help them to understand how they will be assessed at   university, and to bring together the   year group in a shared  experience?  

An evaluation of a peer assessment procedure for a large class of first year BA  graphic Communication Design students at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London (End-of-Stay Presentation, Slides).

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