EDU_LAB

Laboratory of teaching, learning and education.

EDU_Lab teachers, experts and professionals are ready to fill the gaps in the teachers’ competences using the experience of our university and our international partners.

About EDU_Lab

University is a place providing studies for adults, who already have life experience. Usually the teachers learn how to teach through experience; often they lack time and possibilities to explore and study innovations in education methods.

EDU_Lab didactic policy is to ensure that the process of the University’s studies involves the use of contemporary learning and teaching methods consistent with the current reality that provide conditions for the effective involvement of students in the learning process and thus help the students to develop their professional and general competences contributing to their personal development, active citizenship, social integration and employment.

EDU_Lab:

  • Develops and introduces the system for development of the contemporary didactic (learning and teaching) competences at the University.
  • Motivates teachers to choose and apply the suitable and innovative didactic (learning and teaching) methods to ensure the quality of studies. It is a new space for experiments and improvement.
  • Believes and promotes different philosophy of teaching and learning consistent with the contemporary educational trends. Delivers consultations, helps teachers to collect the latest knowledge of teaching, to rediscover what was forgotten during the long-standing teaching practice. Also, EDU_Lab encourages sharing good practices and organises workshops for teachers
  • In the ever changing environment it encourages the teachers also to change, to integrate into their activities deep professional knowledge and contemporary work methods.

 

Teaching Excellence Framework

 

Basic Didactics

Basic Training for Development of Didactic Competences

Objective of this training:

To motivate the teachers to choose and apply appropriate advanced didactic methods for assurance of the high quality of studies. Together with other fellow participants you will have a possibility to examine and assess your teaching skills and to improve a general structure of your study module.

Training programme:

Day/Time Content What will we learn?

Day 1

(9:00 – 15:00)

Creation of educational activities:
– process of teaching and learning;
– learning outcomes;
– structure of the study module.

– Study module creation/evaluation procedure.

– Closer look into learning outcomes.

– Study module structure analysis.

 

Day 2

(9:00 – 15:00)

Teaching:
– teaching methods.

– Teaching methods used for working with large groups.

– Teaching methods used for working with small groups.

 

Day 3

(9:00 – 15:00)

Teaching:
– blended learning;
– mini-lecture or workshop delivered by the participants.

– Blended learning methods’ choice and application.

– To provide constructive feedback.

 

Day 4

(9:00 – 15:00)

Assessment:
– assessment methods;
– quality assurance before and after assessment.
– To choose suitable assessment methods.

 

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

Teaching in Foreign (English) Language

Objective of this training: 

improvement of skills of teaching in English. You will have a possibility to demonstrate your skills of teaching in English, prepare or improve a study module for international students as well as prepare a plan for improvement of your language skills.

Training programme:

Day/Time Content

Day 1

(9:00 – 16:00)

– Particularities of teaching in foreign language.
– Lecturer’s competences and challenges.
– Content planning and communication during lectures. Analysis of practical examples.
– Theory and discussions about communication peculiarities while teaching in foreign language in small groups. Analysis of practical examples.
– Presentation of Academic Wordlist and its application, practical tasks.

Day 2

(9:00 – 16:00)

 – Presentation and analysis of the study module in foreign language prepared by you.
– Theory and discussion about peculiarities of assessment and provision of feedback in foreign language.
– Presentation of the fragments of pilot lectures or workshops and discussion.
– Preparation of the individual plan for improvement of English language skills
– Review of the training and discussion of its outcomes.

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

Important:
Training is in English language. Participants of this training should have B2 level English language skills. 

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

 

Technology Takeover

E-learning Tools and Methods

Objective of this training: 

To introduce new learning tools and methods, to learn how to organise the integrated learning process for the students, who are present in the classroom and for those, who are studying remotely and are unable to be present at the lectures. You will have a chance to work with several e-learning tools and systems in practice. Practical experience shows that students are interested in e-learning; it makes them more active, improves the quality of learning and increases its effectiveness.

Training programme:

 

Time Content

Before lunch

(9:00 – 12:00)

  • Tools and methods of e-learning, links to traditional learning, introduction of learning activities in virtual environment.
  • Practical experience of learning and its outcomes.

After lunch

(13:00 – 16:00)

  • Practical session with tools and systems of e-learning.
  • Several e-learning tools and systems are introduced to the participants, who practice working with them.

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

Improvement of E-learning Skills

Objective of this training: 

acquisition of deeper knowledge and skills in organisation of virtual and blended learning with the help of e-learning tools and methods.

Training programme

Time Content What will we learn?
Day 1
 9:00 – 17:00

Review of the basics of work with AC.

How to: login as an external student, work with windows, prepare for the lecture, prepare voting tools, prepare and conduct surveys, use chat window, find a video and prepare it for work.

Scenario of virtual synchronous mutual learning.

Key elements of the scenario of virtual synchronous mutual learning.

Preparation for interactive lecture.

We will learn to prepare a lecture plan, to draw up anticipating activation elements; learn how to upload slides to AC virtual room, how to prepare survey questions and how to set a programme or a website ready for demonstration.

Conducting of the interactive lectures in practice.

Practical tasks related to: login to AC virtual room, preparation for the lecture, interactive lecture with activation of its participants, demonstration of a programme or a website on screen and in the window, use of the whiteboard, conducting of the survey.

Day 2
 9:00 – 17:00 Practical session according to “flipped classroom” scenario.

Seminars, where everybody becomes a lecturer and a speaker.

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

MOODLE for Beginners

Objective of this training: 

Provide the lecturers with the practical skills of the application of MOODLE virtual learning environment in the study process.

Duration – 16 academic hours (4 workshops of 3 hours).

Training programme:

Day Content
Day 1

Introduction of VMA Moodle

Introduction: VMA, Moodle, organisation of e-studies at the university.

System’s homepage

System’s participants and management of personal data

Creation of a new course

Adding of the new course and login to the course

Preparation and management of the course environment

Day 2

Management of learning resources

Uploading and management of course files

Provision and management of learning material – resources in the course topics

Provision of multimedia (YouTube)

Video and audio conferences: ViPs.

Organisation of communication. Dictionary

Organisation of communication and use of appropriate tools in the course

Communication by text messages

Preparation and use of the dictionaries of terms and abbreviations

Creation of tasks

Preparation, execution and assessment of tasks

Day 3

Preparation of tasks and tests

Assessment according to the criteria and topic

Assessment of the works uploaded by students in PDF format

Possibilities for students’ self-assessment and peer-review assessment

Preparation, execution and assessment of tests

Day 4

Work with students

Methods and tools for information of the course participants

Course participants and their management

Formation of groups and organisation of the course activities in groups

Possibilities for monitoring of students’ progress

Assessment. Preparation for a new semester

Assessment and operational reports, and their management

Copying, updating of course and its preparation for new studies

Credit – individual work (60 min.)

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

 

Parallel Didactics Perspectives - TOOLBOX

Problem and Project Based Learning

Objective of this training: 

To provide the lecturers with the knowledge and skills of the application of the problem-based and project-based learning in the study process.

Training programme:

Day/time Content What will we learn?

Day 1

(9:00 – 16:00)

Problem-based learning/teaching: theory and practice

IN THE MORNING:

PBL as a method/system

Advantages, stages, roles

Method application in practice

IN THE AFTERNOON:

Assessment

Discussion, homework

Day 2

(9:00 – 16:00

Project-based teaching/learning: theory and practice

IN THE MORNING:

PBL as a system

PBL (project) application methods

Formulation of the problem

IN THE AFTERNOON:

Preparation of the students

Progress of the project

Assessment

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

Dasign Thinking

Objective of this training: 

To provide the lecturers with the knowledge and practical skills to apply the design-based learning in the study process.

Training programme:
Day/Time Content What will we learn?

Day 1

(9:00 – 16.30)

Design-based thinking: theory and practice

IN THE MORNING:

The essence of the design-based method of thinking

IN THE AFTERNOON:

Method application in practice:

Stages of understanding and monitoring

Day 2

(9:00 – 16.30)

Design-based thinking: theory and practice

IN THE MORNING:

Method application in practice:

Stages of approach and imagining

IN THE AFTERNOON:

Method application in practice:

Stages of creation and improvement

Discussion

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

Application of the case analysis method in the study process

Objective of this training: 

To provide the lecturers with the knowledge and practical skills to apply the case analysis method in the study process.

Training programme:

Time

(9:00 – 16:00) 

 Content What will we learn?
In the morning Application of the case analysis method in the study process: theory and practice

Case analysis. Advantages, stages, roles

Lecturer’s and student’s preparation for the case analysis

Case complexity levels

Assessment

After lunch Application of the case analysis method in the study process: theory and practice

Stages of case analysis

Characteristics of a good case

Work in the classroom

Challenges while using case analysis

Discussion

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

 

Mindset Creation

Study Programme Construction

Objective of this training: 

review of peculiarities of the study programme construction, so that we could prepare a study programme corresponding to the latest regulations of development of the programmes of higher education and to the market trends in cooperation with various interested parties (students, lecturers, social partners, etc.).

Day/Time Content

First Day

(9:00 – 17:00)

  • Study programme as a system
  • Forming of the vision of a study programme
  • Construction of the archetype of a study programme

Second Day

(9:00 – 17:00)

  • Construction of the archetype of a study programme
  • Presentation of the study programme and reflection

You are expected to:

  • Plan your schedule so that all these days could be devoted exclusively for the training.
  • Be ready to turn off your mobile phones.
  • Actively perform the tasks assigned at the training and have discussions with other participants in order this training to be useful to you, your colleagues and teachers of the training.
  • Not be afraid to make mistakes, because mistakes are our best teachers. EDU_Lab aims to create a safe environment allowing you to try out the innovations, which could become useful tools in your everyday work.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

Masterclass on LEADING AND (RE)DESIGN STUDY PROGRAMS

 

Target group:  study program directors, study program coordinators, study program committee members, university academic and administrative staff.

Short description: University programs exist and evolve in a fast changing context: expectations and requirements of the students, labor market, the technologies changing at an exponential speed, the new teaching and learning paradigm. Under such circumstances, universities are responsible for the graduates’ employability in the labor market in a long-term perspective and for meeting the social needs as well as making the difference in everyday lives. Therefore, a study program must be constructed on the grounds of satisfying the wide demand and responding to the question “Why we need what we are learning?” In this setting, the role of study program management is key. Leading study program enhancement processes in a multifaceted environment with multilayered stakeholders requires special competences, of which curriculum development and leadership are two important ones. Competences in curriculum development may help program directors to (re)design or enhance programs of good quality that meet the needs of society and learners. The competent leader has a vision and knows how to inspire and motivate people to get that vision realized. This Masterclass is devoted to both areas. In a project-led setting, and inspired by theory and examples from successful practices, participants will work on (re)designing or enhancing their study program and structure, and on creatively rethinking their leadership role.

Programme

Time Topic: Rethinking study programs Lecturer
8:30 –9:00 Registration and welcome coffee
9:00 – 9:45 Welcome speech „Future universities: what type of study programs do we have and what type of study programs are needed by learners and employers?” Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jurgita Šiugždinienė (Vice-rector for Studies, KTU)
9:45– 11:45 Strategies for curriculum development (interactive session) Dr. Irene Visscher – Voerman
11:45 – 12:00 Questions and remarks Dr. Irene Visscher – Voerman
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 14:45 Empowering educational leadership in study program development process (hands-on session) Kaospilot (will be detailed)
14:45 – 15:00 Questions and remarks Kaospilot (will be detailed)
15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 – 15:30 Roundtable and reflection Dr. Jurgita Vizgirdaitė (Director, Study quality assurance and development, KTU)
15:30 – 16:00 TOM: Twente education model: conception (presentation) Dr. Irene Visscher – Voerman
16:00 – 17:30 An excursion at research and innovations “Santaka Valley”
18:30 Traditional Lithuanian Dinner
November 23
Time Topic: Study program enhancement hands – on experience Lecturer
9:00 – 9:10 Workshop introduction Workshop objectives, overview: Why should we constantly rethink our study programs? Dr. Asta Daunorienė (EDU_Lab) Dr. Jurgita Barynienė (EDU_Lab)
9:10 – 9:30 Good practice sharing: Case of the Civil Engineering program’s development in Twente University Dr.ir. Marjolein Dohmen
9:30 – 10:30 Good practice sharing input Dynamic enhancement of a study program: impact from the rapidly changing world Dr.ir. Marjolein Dohmen Dr. Asta Daunorienė (EDU_Lab) Dr. Jurgita Barynienė (EDU_Lab)
10:30 – 10:45 Coffee break
10:45 – 12:00 Good practice sharing input Archetype of study program: what knowledge/skills/abilities/attitudes should our study programs provide? Dr.ir. Marjolein Dohmen Dr. Asta Daunorienė (EDU_Lab) Dr. Jurgita Barynienė (EDU_Lab)
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:40 Good practice sharing input Enhancement of a study program: who are our students? Dr.ir. Marjolein Dohmen Dr. Asta Daunorienė (EDU_Lab) Dr. Jurgita Barynienė (EDU_Lab)
13:40-14:30 Good practice sharing input Leadership and team building: why is it important to work in a team? Dr.ir. Marjolein Dohmen Dr. Asta Daunorienė (EDU_Lab) Dr. Jurgita Barynienė (EDU_Lab)
14:30 -14:45 Coffee break
15:00 – 15:30 Reflections through experience All lecturers and participants
16:00 – 17:30 City tour

Key speakers

Dr. Irene Visscher-Voerman – University of Twente (the Netherlands), Head of Centre of Expertise in Learning and Teaching (CELT), Head of Programme Office of Educational Innovation, a leading person of the Twente Education Model;

Topic: “Study program curriculum development. Teaching and learning approaches. Real examples of study program redesign. A case of the University of Twente.

Dr. ir. Marjolein Dohmen-Janssen – University of Twente (the Netherlands), Program Director of Civil Engineering, Faculty member of the Faculty of Engineering Technology.

Topic: Examples of study program redesign in (Civil) Engineering. Role of study program directors and committees. Experiences at the University of Twente.

Dr. Asta Daunoriene – Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Head of the Faculty Development Center EDU_Lab (Educational laboratory);

Dr. Jurgita Baryniene – Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Coordinator of the Faculty Development Center EDU_Lab, Trainer.

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

 

Sustainable Study Module Improvement Solutions

Follow up Progrmme

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

padlet

Let’s creat beautiful boards, documents, and webpages that are easy to read and fun to contribute to.

www.padlet.com

Socrative is your classroom app for fun, effective classroom engagement.

www.socrative.com

mindomo

The tool that turns information into knowledge. The app helps to organize information visually and the connections between topics will become straightforward.

www.mindomo.com

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Kahoot is a game-based learning and trivia platform used in classrooms, offices and social settings.

www.kahoot.com

 

Opportunity for Development

Lectures Observation

Invite a mentor of EDU_Lab to your lecture and get a constructive feedback. Many teachers have already used this opportunity. A few testimonials:

Teacher Jurgita: “Mentor’s participation in the lecture was very useful, because the mentor provided particularly valuable insight on the parts of the work that are performed well and the ones that could be improved. It is very useful to get a review of your teaching practice by an unrelated person, who sees it with fresh eyes and provides a reasonable constructive feedback.”

For more details please contact us: edu.lab@ktu.lt

Self Assesment

Self-assessment stage is particularly important in every activity. It is a key step towards the improvement of the quality of your activities. Approach of the lecturer is also important in the assessment of the lecturer’s activities – lecturer’s self-evaluation, ipsative assessment, and self-assessment. It is an assessment, characterised by the person’s measurement of his/her activities under the previously created and acknowledged criteria.

For more detailed information apply to edu.lab@ktu.lt 

Consultations

Do you have questions regarding preparation of the study module card, choice of educational activities or assessment method? Would you like to add some variety to your lectures using information technologies, but you do not know which tool could be suitable for your specific audience? Would you like to know how to motivate your students?

EDU_Lab encourages all teachers to seek advice on various didactic issues.

 

Consultations are provided:

on Mondays 1.00pm – 5.00pm

on Tuesdays 1.00pm. – 5.00pm

You can register for consultations by email edu.lab@ktu.lt

Feedback

 

 

 

Growing Experience

Teachers Cafe

Teachers Cafe is a traditional KTU event – once per month KTU teachers gather together to discuss the issues relevant to the academic community. It creates informal and safe environment for communication that enables discussion on various issues, facilitates making new connections, and finding like-minded people.

Teachers Cafe takes place in the last week of the month. Detailed information is provided to KTU lecturers by email.

Analyzed topics:

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2016

Hot questions about studies for Vice rector for studies. Organized by EDU_Lab.

Stress management techniques. Organized by EDU_Lab.

Let’s draw mandala together. Organized by EDU_Lab.

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2017

What did we learn after basic didactics course? Organized by EDU_Lab.

Lunch with EDU_Lab. Discussion on the lectures assessment. Organized by EDU_Lab.

Discussion on the MA + model and competencies, on the current situation and future perspectives. Organized by EDU_Lab.

Get acquainted with the capabilities of the Bloomberg lab. Organized by EDU_Lab and a School of Economics and Business.

Synergy of business and science. Organized by EDU_Lab and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Design.

What can we learn from Design Thinking method? Organized by EDU_Lab and Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities.

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2018

Moodle for Student Engagement. Organized by EDU_Lab and ICT center.

Digital detoxification. Organized by EDU_Lab and a School of Economics and Business.

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Erasmus+ foundation

The traditional model of “Education factories” is dying. Inputs from Management, Strategic Forethinking, and Anthropology helped us understand how the world is evolving, the trends and the future scenarios we might face in a short time period. Developments in Technology have opened an unlimited set of options to support us on designing new collaborative learning models.

We are far from applying the knowledge we have gathered. Despite some front-innovators – countries like Finland; schools like La Fundació Jesuïtes Educació (Spain) or Escola da Ponte (Portugal) and alternative learning organizations like the Kaospilot (Denmark) -, Europe still hasn´t leverage on the know-how of these pilot experiences (proven to be accurate and successful) and is lagging behind other innovative knowledge economies across the world.

The Future of Learning Journey will set the foundations of a new learning Era and will guide the development of the 21st (and beyond) learning communities, facilitators and learners.

Project aims to:

  • Review and synthesise research about learning innovation;
  • Understand the drivers and hindrances that impact societal change, specifically to what concerns change processes inside educational environments;
  • Design a Learning Manifesto setting the principles, values, competences and pedagogical approach for a 21st century learning experience;
  • Design and implement an awareness campaign and a set of online tools and events to share and promote a discussion at European level about the future of learning.

Project partners

Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „advancis portugal“ Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „aalborg university“   Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „autens“Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „tampereen ammattikorkeakoulu“   Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „institutio imprego“Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „ktu“

Awards

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KTU  EDU_LABTHE WINNER OF GRANT FOR INNOVATIVE CASES

KTU EDU_Lab paticipated in the Innovative Case Study competition which was organized by ECIU and was selected for ECIU award of €500. EDU_Lab presented the case of the system of modern didactic competences at KTU as innovation in teaching and learning. The innovation is based on idea that to achieve a change in teacher’s perspective, it is needed to integrate teachers individual teaching tools with building of a teachers community. This innovation changes Conventional Thinking and helps teachers to rethink his/her didactic system of the course. The big value added is received from the cooperation between teachers (Teachers café, Colegue to colegue system). The difference made by the System are already evident:

  • Explosion of teacher’s confidence. Our teachers get observed and get quality feedback and support. This gives them confidence to create, experiment, learn and share findings.
  • Cooperation between teachers. Teachers become more into sharing, collaboration, cooperation and teamwork with other teachers. These sharing practices cross disciplinary boundaries and ensures exchange of both best practices and support.
  • Growing student satisfaction. Although we are at the first stages, first feedback that we receive from students is very much encouraging. Students feel that teachers are more creative, confident, involving and, most importantly, cares more about the teaching outcomes.

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KTU  EDU_LAB TEAM – ASTA and JURGITA are awarded for the 2017 year results at KTU

EDU_Lab coordinator Jurgita Barynienė was nominated and have won an award as young talent at KTU. Asta Daunorienė was nominated and have won an award as the most international employee of the year.

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Our Partners

 

Contacts

Dr. Asta Daunorienė

Dėstytojų akademinių kompetencijų centro vadovė

K. Donelaičio gatvė 73 - 409, Kaunas
phone: +370 (670) 10 073
e-mail: asta.daunoriene@ktu.lt

Dr. Jurgita Barynienė

Dėstytojų akademinių kompetencijų koordinatorė

K. Donelaičio g. 73-314, Kaunas
phone: +370 (670) 09 816
e-mail: jurgita.baryniene@ktu.lt

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