Kinneret College is committed to the development of the academic environment for both students and faculty through the creation of international connections with academic institutions abroad.
This policy is reflected in mutual agreements between such institutions and Kinneret College. Within this framework there are student and faculty exchanges as well as academic collaboration and cooperation opportunities.
To ensure high-quality mobility activities with maximum impact on students, the mobility activity has to be compatible with the student’s degree-related learning and personal development needs.
Staff for Teaching Mobility
This activity allows partner institution teaching staff to teach at Kinneret College and vice versa. Staff mobility for teaching can be in any subject area/academic discipline, depending on interinstitutional agreement with each partner institution.
Staff for Training Mobility
This activity supports the professional development of teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad.
Capacity Building Projects:
ASSET: A project led by Kinneret College of Erasmus+ – Key Action 2 – Capacity building in the field of higher education. These types of projects are aimed at supporting the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in Partner Countries. Another aim is to encourage cooperation between the EU and Partner Countries and support eligible Partner Countries in addressing challenges in the management and governance of their higher education institutions. This includes improving the quality of higher education, developing new and innovative education programmes, modernising higher education systems through reform policies as well as fostering cooperation across different regions of the world through joint initiatives.
Assessment Tools for new learning environments in higher education institutions [ASSET] is a joint project of 14 higher education institution from Israel, Georgia and EU (these kind of projects are aimed at organisations to help improve curriculums, governance, and the strengthening of relations between higher education systems. Learn more: https://eacea.ec.europa.eu)
ASSET aims at developing and using best practices of formative assessment tools and methods to evaluate students’ lifelong learning skills in student-centred learning environments and to adjust teaching to better meet student’s learning needs. In order to do so, this project will apply Course Assessment Tools [CATs] to the innovative courses that have been developed and piloted through previous EU TEMPUS/ERASMUS+ projects.
The ASSET consortium provides the knowledge and pedagogical expertise aimed at developing and piloting creative and innovative assessment tools and methods adapted to constructivist learning environments, and improving the effectiveness of teaching and learning within the Israeli (IL) and Georgian (GE) higher education systems, thus, bridging the gap between current educational goals and outcomes of teaching, learning, and assessment processes based on the principles set out in the Bologna process. Project. coordinator is Dr. Dorit Alt firstname.lastname@example.org
WILLIAM: is a three-year Erasmus+ Capacity Building Initiative for Internationalization at Home. Co-funded by the EU Commission, WILLIAM works to foster an international climate for home students, alongside strategies to create an international campus with a supportive and welcoming environment for international students studying in Israel.
WILLIAM stands for:
Welcome to Israel! Learning & Leading Internationalization at Home Assistance & Management tool.
Internationalization at Home is “The purposeful integration of international and intercultural dimensions into the formal and informal curriculum for all students within domestic environments”