40 scholarships for the Summer School on Technology, Ohrid

first_img40 scholarships for the Summer School on Technology, Ohrid March 2, 2010 Published by Site Default LinkedIn 0 Reddit Tweet Internship Programme of German Business for the countries of the Western Balkans +1 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. ← MA Scholarships History or English Literature, UKcenter_img Similar Stories Best Places and Tips when Traveling with Friends Share 0 Call for Leadership Positions for the GLOW Camp; YMLP camps 2020 Joint European Summer School on Technology Enhanced Learning 20107 – 11 June 2010, Ohrid, MacedoniaOpen to: PhD studentsDeadline: 26/03/2010The summer school aims to encourage participants to adopt a critical stance in thinking about the role of technologies in providing opportunities for learners and the potential of these opportunities in terms of learning. Work will centre on three research “Grand Challenges”:– Connecting learners– Orchestrating learning– Contextualising learning environments.The summer school provides a learning environment where participants get opportunities to: develop their research skills; increase their knowledge base; collaborate with others in their own and complementary research areas; engage in debate; have access to experts in the field; and discuss their own work.Cost and fundingThe cost is 550 euro (including accommodation, meals, excursions, local transportation to/from airport).JTEL has secured funding to provide scholarship for about 40 PhD (out of the 60 PhD participants) student grants to cover summer school accommodation, catering and events. Applicants should indicate applying for a scholarship in the application (applicants should explicitly mention it in their motivation letter, briefly explaining their circumstances).Application procedureThe online application form are available on the Summer school web page. The applicants should submit following documents:1. a CV outlining their educational background and work experience (maximum one page);2. a letter of motivation (maximum one page);3. a statement explaining how they think they might contribute and in particular how they can contribute to developing the Grand Challenges (max one page)4. a letter of support from their PhD advisor, which should include a statement of the level of support the institution is able to supplyThe applications should be submitted online before 26th March 2010 to Katherine Maillet at: [email protected] detailed info Pocket Enjoy Russian: Summer Language School →last_img read more