Professor Manjula Vithanapathirana presented CONTESSA at the virtual International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches in Science (ICMAS) at the University of Colombo as an invited speaker for the session entitled “COVID-19; The Sri Lankan Perspective”.
CONTESSA and the Train-the-Trainer program were presented at the Work2021-Conference in Turku, Finland. Andreas Dürrschmidt from the Chair of Adult Education and Continuing Vocational Education at Dresden University of Technology (TUD) was happy to contribute to the conference´s overall topic “Work Beyond Crises”. The presentation dealt with the challenges of education programs that strongly rely…
On 17.09.2021, Andreas Dürrschmidt and Christian Müller from the Chair of Adult Education and Continuing Vocational Education at Dresden University of Technology (TUD) presented at the annual conference of the adult education section of the German Educational Research Association (GERA).
Thomas Köhler presented CONTESSA Project at the 24th annual conference GeNeMe on “Communities in New Media” in DresdenRead more
ICL2021, 24th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning – 22-24 September 2021, Dresden
CONTESSA was an education partner at the International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning. Professor Thomas Köhler spoke about CONTESSA during a special session at the conference.
Blended Learning as an Emerging Approach to Teacher Education in Higher Education in Sri Lanka: Lessons from a State-of-the-Art Review
Professor Manjula Vithanapathirana completed a piece titled “Blended Learning as an Emerging Approach to Teacher Education in Higher Education in Sri Lanka: Lessons from a State-of-the-Art Review”.Read article
Professor Manjula Vithanapathirana spoke at a roundtable discussion entitled ‘Education in Crisis: Rethinking Education in (Post) Pandemic South Asia.’ The 2021 online conference was organized by the University of Oxford from July 23-24 and highlighted the need for remote teacher development programs such as CONTESSA, which will be fulfilling the need for a primary teacher development program through a blended or online mode in the post-pandemic context in South Asia.
The Train-the-Trainer workshops were held over three days in both Sri Lanka (June 30 – July 2, 2021) and Cambodia (June 23 – 25, 2021).Day 1: On this day, the Train the Trainer program was introduced through OPAL Learning Management System, including the building blocks of the program and the details of the CONTESSA modules.Day…