Trajectory of Innovation Competencies Development and Assessment
“There is a move towards rethinking education and training programmes to promote the combined skills of creative and critical thinking, entrepreneurship, problem-solving, risk-taking and resilience, management, communication, exploiting the results of research and independent analysis.”
“A step in this direction is the FINCODA project led by Turku University of Applied Sciences that aims to develop a tool to assess students' 'innovation competences' during their studies and comprises a plan for training teachers to use the criteria.”
Source: Commission Staff Working Document on a Renewed EU Agenda for Higher Education. SWD(2017) 164 final.
Universities and companies from Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and UK will present their main findings and concrete outputs for enabling effective development and assessment of innovation competencies.
17 November 2017 at 10-13 hrs
CARPE Conference, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Campus Berliner Tor 21 - Aula
More details and registration guidance can be found at the link to the Conference website: https://www.haw-hamburg.de/carpe-conference.html