Faculty of Economics & Business - Zagreb

Dissemination of the DIGI4Teach project activities at the Poznań University of Economics and Business

DIGI4Teach project members were hosted at the Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poznań, Poland from June 22nd to 24th. The purpose of visit was to disseminate the DIGI4Teach project activities to colleagues from the Poznań University of Economics and Business with whom researchers and professors from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business cooperating for a while and performing two scientific projects currently, one co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme - Teaching Sustainability in Higher Education in the Field of Economics and Management (SUSTA) and the other funded by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange - Central European Network for Sustainable and Innovative Economy (CENETSIE).
Two project members from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, and one project member from the Third School of Economics Zagreb visited the Poznań University of Economics and Business and presented the project to researchers interested in various topics related to the sustainability.

Participants shared their experiences but also discussed challenges in teaching economic disciplines, adapting to online education, and possibilities to introduce and use more digital tools in courses related to the economic disciplines (with an emphasis on statistics, accounting, economic principles, and trade).
Participants also discussed the education system structure and organization in Poland and Croatia in both secondary schools and faculties/universities. Given that the DIGI4Teach project has a goal to share experiences in teaching economic disciplines in the digital era at the secondary and tertiary levels of education, participants also discussed possibilities of future joint projects as a possible continuation of this one, based on this project's results, and also by connecting and gathering secondary schools and faculties/universities.


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