• EN
  • HU
  • Македонски
  • Čeština

Results

The aim of this Outcome is to ensure sustainability of the project in every partner country, not just the two target countries. In the first activity the project will produce a digital textbook for all agricultural teachers, and based on the content developed during the project. It will be in three languages - EN, HU and MK.

Teacher training will initially be in the form of blended learning to introduce concepts and to orient the participants. This will be followed by a phase of online learning guided by tutors in both the target countries
The pilot will initially start in Hungary, followed one month later in Macedonia. This will ensure that any early issues are trapped quickly.
Teacher recruitment will start with the operation of the survey. This will also be used to invite teachers and advisors involved in the survey to participate in the course.

In this working phase the project will implement an e-learning system, based on the open source Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) software. This will incorporate the functionalities of learning and content management. The planned topic-oriented course structure will built along a well-planned time-line. The course will be highly structured, It not just a store of online learning contents, where the participants are left alone (to learn in their own pace).

Based on the results of the needs-analysis the consortium will elaborate a syllabus and learning content. The authoring and review of all content will be established a strong collaboration of the partnership. The results are fundamentally defining the quality and success of the project results.

During the proposal writing phase we prepared a preliminary plan for the modules and estimated the size of the contents, however this plan can be modified according to the results of the needs-analysis.

Intellectual Outcome 2 provides detailed information about the supply side, i.e. how vocational education must meet the needs of demands for existing and future Agriculture 4.0 skills. The results of the survey provides directly usable information for the educational system itself, but its conclusions forms a very important input for follow-on working phases, including the development of the training.

The aim was to get answers on the questions as follows:

Intellectual Outcome 1 aimed to get a state-of-art overview about the ICT uptake of agricultural companies in Macedonia and in Hungary, the present level of Agriculture 4.0 relative to the EU trend, and about the offer and demand in the agricultural workforce with special focus on the digital competences of the workers.

An extensive analysis of the state of the art in use of ICT in agriculture and precision farming was conducted im each target country as well as on the level of EU. These analyses serve as a baseline for following parts of the project.