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EDUTECH – Good Practices in Cooperation between Schools and Academia Attracting Candidates for Technical Education

Abstract : The paper is based on idea realized under Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Key Action 2 and focused on educational activities for attracting technical education to young people. The project based on exchange of good practices involves seven partners from three countries (Poland, Estonia and France). Three of them represents sector of higher education and four are schools located in the neighbour of the technical university. Unfortunately, in recent years number of candidates entering to technical universities (particularly in Europe) decreases. Partners exchange ideas how to increase number of students who starts education in technical area. Another project goal is to examine possibilities how the university can contribute in increasing quality of technical education at schools. Main project ideas and results of project activities are reported in the paper.
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Anton Rassõlkin, Toomas Vaimann, Karolina Kudelina, Mariusz Stępień, Kévin Berger. EDUTECH – Good Practices in Cooperation between Schools and Academia Attracting Candidates for Technical Education. 2020 IEEE 61st International Scientific Conference on Power and Electrical Engineering of Riga Technical University (RTUCON), Riga Technical University, Nov 2020, Riga, Latvia. ⟨hal-02993709⟩

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