The University of Graz is the coordinating institution for this project and therefore in charge of project management, monitoring and supervision. In addition, the pedagogic-didactic expertise of the team will also be leveraged in the development of a teacher education program that meets international standards.
The Technical University of Dresden stands out in the field of e-didactics and will therefore lead the development and implementation of the online elements of the project in an innovative and user-friendly way.
The University of Cambodia (UCA) will be tasked with translating all project materials into Khmer, integrating ethnic and cultural considerations into the process, the regional dissemination of the project results and regional public relations activities.
The Paññasastra University of Cambodia (PUC) will manage the evaluations for the Cambodian region as well as the continuation of the didactic programs after the completion of the project. Furthermore, PUC will employ their extensive knowledge in both e-learning and English-based education.
The University of Colombo (UOC) will be tasked with translating all project materials into Sinhalese, integrating ethnic and cultural considerations into the process, implementing evaluations in Sri Lanka and circulating the regional project results.
The Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL) will assume the role of ensuring that the Sri Lankan pedagogic approaches are recognized and referenced in the development of the new didactic processes.
Germany and Sri Lanka