At this place you can find a short description of the work progress during the project run time.
EU-teach goes Estonia! The project was presented at the EFLA Regional Congress, Estonia, Tallinn, 02-04 Nov. 2011 to spread the idea.
Newsletter N°5 released
October 2011. EU-teach released its 5th Newsletter. It can be downloaded here.
EU-teach closing event in Freising - October 2011
On October 12th, 2011 the closing event took place on the Domberg in Freising. At this event the entire consortium, as well as representatives from the German Federation of Landscape Architects (BDLA) and The Bavarian Architects Association (BayAK) took part. On this occasion the team would like to very much thank all guests and friends for their helpful comments and efforts!
All together a group of 17 persons, representing six European countries and 8 different institutions or associations discussed the results of EU-teach and elaborated the next steps on how to continue with the application on a second phase.
Draft paper for a European teaching cluster sumitted to EU - August 2011
The analysis of the "List of Relevant European Teaching Contents", developed through the "EU-teach" project, suggests that forming one or several `European Teaching Cluster´ would be advantageous. Both stakeholders, schools and students would profit from making such clusters available. Schools would be able to share existing resources and collaborate on teaching European contents across borders and institutions. Students and staff would profit as teaching clusters would contribute to enhancing flexibility throughout the European labour market.
The draft paper can be downloaded here
Analysis of an evaluation of the "List of Relevant European Teaching Contents" by participating universities and EFLA- July 2011
During June nine the participating universities
and EFLA members from six countries evaluated the “list of relevant European teaching contents” developed by the EU-teach project. An analysis of the results was prepared for further discussion
within the consortium.
ECLAS Summer School - May 2011
On the 27th of May we could present the project at the LE:NOTRE Summer School for Landscape Academics in Dessau, 26th -29th May 2011. The Project manager Prof. Dr. Markus Reinke led a workshop with participants from all over Europe, about our project. The workshop brought first ideas about the building up of a possible teaching cluster and the participants could be partners in there. They were very interested and very active during the discussion.
Vorstellung_Summer School Dessau.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document [731.7 KB]
List of Relevant European Teaching Contents - April 2011
Essentially the structure of the list is oriented towards the "Tuning Document of Le:Notre (ECLAS - LE:NOTRE: Tuning Landscape Architecture Education in Europe, draft 27, 2010:7), because the different fields of landscape architects are already clearly defined there. The project EU-Teach develops this Tuning Document with a special focus on relevant European teaching contents. After the collection of all project partners the members of EFLA and ECLAS gave us an overwhelming feedback. The numerous additions were incorporated and examined several times by the project partners. In the midterm event all participants agreed on structure and contents and you can find the complete document on the download area on this website.
Midterm Event - March 2011
On the 24th of March the Partners met again at the University Weihenstephan in Freising and discussed the verification of the criteria list and agreed about a final version.
More information about the midterm event in the newsletter no.3 on the download area. Also you can find the "list of European relevant teaching contents" as download on this website.
Opening Event - November 2011
At the "Kick off" Meeting on 24th of November 2010 all Project Partners met in Weihenstephan, Freising.
The intentions, aims and organizational structure of the project were presented to the partners via keynote addresses. Following this, the individual development steps and their timeframes within the overall project were presented and discussed in detail. For more details see the newsletter No. 2
Prof. Dr. Markus Reinke, Johannes Reh, Monika Brunnhuber, Dr. Christina Kühnau (University of Applied Science Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, HSWT)
Prof. Dr. Diedrich Bruns (European council of landscape architecture schools (ECLAS))
Prof. Fritz Auweck (European federation for landscape architecture (EFLA))
Dr. Ágnes Sallay (Corvinus University of Budapest)
Dr. Sigrid Hehl-Lange (University of Sheffield)