On this day, Dr. Reem Al Khader, the project officer at the national Erasmus+ office of Jordan, conducted the first monitoring visit to the German Jordanian University (GJU) to evaluate the progress of the MS@CPS project. Dr. Dhiah el Diehn Abou-Tair and Dr. Ala’ Khalifeh from GJU team presented the project status in preparation activities, curricula development, quality plan and lastly the disseminatiom and exploitation plan. The discussions were very fruitful and Dr. Al Khader praised the progress conducted so far and suggested some activities in the future for reaching optimal results of the project. Representatives of consortium members from all partner countries who were attending the third day of face to face meeting at GJU participated in this meeting with Dr. Al Khader. In parallel to the monitoring meeting, another meeting was held among other consortium members to finalize the approaching deliverables according to schedule.
At the second day of Amman face to face meeting which is held at the old city campus of the German Jordanian University (GJU), participants from programme and partner countries are participating in a workshop dedicated for discussions on curricula development and pedagogy methods of the MS@CPS project. The discussions also cover best practices in teaching at the participants’ countries as well as presenting some case studies. Today’s workshop concludes with discussing the upcoming best practices for MS@CPS. The participants will visit the old city of Amman as part of a social event at the end of the day.
Today the second face to face meeting held at the German Jordanian University (GJU) campus at Amman, Jordan. The meeting will last from 25 June 2019 to 27 June 2019. The consortium will discuss progress and next steps in implementing the project. The MS@CPS acknowledges the GJU for hosting this event and appreciates her excellency Prof. Manar Fayyad, the president of GJU, for giving a welcome speech.