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51 teachers in Hungary and 16 in Macedonia successfully completed the pilot training

51 teachers in Hungary and 16 in Macedonia successfully completed the pilot training

After finalization of the 3 modules of Teaching agricultural informatics in agricultural vocational training, pilot courses were organized in both target countries in Hungary and Macedonia in spring 2019. Read the following reports:

PILOT IN MACEDONIA
April 1, 2019 until May 6, 5 weeks, 20 teachers from seven VET schools across North Macedonia enrolled on the pilot course. Out of the 20 participants, 16 teachers from six different VET schools successfully completed the course.

PILOT IN HUNGARY
25 February – 26 April 2019
Pilot course started with an information day in Gödöllő on 15 February 2019.
Altogether 46 people from different parts of the country attended the event.
In addition to presenting the project and the planned training, professional lectures were also given in the field of agricultural informatics, eg. Agromechatronics, Farming 4.0, Data Collection in Precision Agriculture, Precision Animal Husbandry.

For the first module, Teaching in the 21st century in Agricultural Vocational Schools, were lectures on web-based tools, flipped classroom model and methodological renewal of 21st century education. A total of 61 teachers from 22 VET schools in the country applied for the pilot training. The training was successfully completed by 51 of the teachers out of 61 participants from 22 VET schools.