First Transnational Project Meeting has been organised in Iasi, Romania, by LTMA, between 15th and 16th February 2018. Activities took place at Technological High-School of Mechatronics and Automation, Str. Mitropolit Varlaam No.54. The meeting was planned to make a complete introduction to the partners and to the project. Agenda included all relevant aspects from introduction of partners and understanding contexts and common grounds to introduction to the project: priorities, presentations of Intellectual Outcomes, targets, main deliverables, approaches and tools. Partners joined a common debate on IO1–Guideline on Flipped classroom methodology and how to create and use it at class for science and technological disciplines and transdisciplinary areas (Structure and contents, distribution of modules, points of interest on the thematic areas, future stages and appropriate deadlines). The detailed timetable and calendar of activities has been presented, role of each partner, communication, storage and project tools, presentation of the common dissemination plan and valorisation activities. A good amount of time was dedicated to Project Management & Financial Aspects, Financial and administrative issues, Rules and Handbook overview, Reporting dates and tools, Partner Agreements – Working standards expectations, Brief explanation of the main monitoring and evaluation methodology (aspects to be monitored, meaning, etc.). The meeting ended with Other possible questions – Schedule of Future Meetings, Evaluation of the meeting and Meeting conclusion. For the meeting, presentations from all partners have been prepared and presented. LTMA, together with the other Romanian partner, EuroEd, prepared extended documents and presentation for all essential aspects of the project and all the main important rules in management and implementation of the project . Attendance lists and minutes of the meeting have been completed after the activities. All partner organisations have been participated into the meeting and sent their feed-back of the quality and relevance of this meeting via Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/wIHQ4M4cPglKPpcn1 The results of this evaluation show that the overall meeting has been organised on good premises and offered good quality information as a first transnational management meeting.
First Transnational Project Meeting has been organised in Iasi, Romania, by LTMA, between 15th and 16th February 2018. Activities took place at Technological High-School of Mechatronics and Automation, Str. Mitropolit Varlaam No.54. The meeting was planned to make a complete introduction to the partners and to the project. Agenda included all relevant aspects from introduction of partners and understanding contexts and common grounds to introduction to the project: priorities, presentations of Intellectual Outcomes, targets, main deliverables, approaches and tools. Partners joined a common debate on IO1–Guideline on Flipped classroom methodology and how to create and use it at class for science and technological disciplines and transdisciplinary areas (Structure and contents, distribution of modules, points of interest on the thematic areas, future stages and appropriate deadlines). The detailed timetable and calendar of activities has been presented, role of each partner, communication, storage and project tools, presentation of the common dissemination plan and valorisation activities. A good amount of time was dedicated to Project Management & Financial Aspects, Financial and administrative issues, Rules and Handbook overview, Reporting dates and tools, Partner Agreements – Working standards expectations, Brief explanation of the main monitoring and evaluation methodology (aspects to be monitored, meaning, etc.). The meeting ended with Other possible questions – Schedule of Future Meetings, Evaluation of the meeting and Meeting conclusion. For the meeting, presentations from all partners have been prepared and presented. LTMA, together with the other Romanian partner, EuroEd, prepared extended documents and presentation for all essential aspects of the project and all the main important rules in management and implementation of the project . Attendance lists and minutes of the meeting have been completed after the activities. All partner organisations have been participated into the meeting and sent their feed-back of the quality and relevance of this meeting via Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/wIHQ4M4cPglKPpcn1 The results of this evaluation show that the overall meeting has been organised on good premises and offered good quality information as a first transnational management meeting.