The Support of Digital Literacy Development
The project followed the STRATEGY OF DIGITAL EDUCATION UNTIL 2020 of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic.
During the implementation of the project, there was an analysis of OPVK projects, as well as a proposal for a concept to change the FEP of digital literacy both for pre-school education and across all levels of primary and secondary schools and all subjects. In the next part, this concept was pilot tested in schools. An integral part of the challenge was the popularization of digital literacy for teachers, principals, parents, the general public and school founders.
- Project code: CZ.02.3.68/0.0/0.0/16_036/0005366
- Period: 1/2018 – 12/2020
- Investor: Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
- MU workplace: Pedagogická fakulta, Katedra hudební výchovy
- MU solver: doc. PhDr. Mgr. Simona Koryčánková, Ph.D., Bc. David Erbes, Mgr. Jana Jančíková, MgA. Marek Olbrzymek, Ph.D., doc. RNDr. Petr Sládek, CSc., Mgr. Jiří Šibor, Ph.D., PhDr. Jan Válek, Ph.D.
- Collaborating organizations:
Contact person: PhDr. Tomáš Jeřábek Ph.D.
More project info:
Musik kreativ+ (Erasmus+)
Promotion of creativity and entrepreneurship through music, artistic performance, and cultural cooperation
Förderung von Kreativität und Entrepreneurship durch Musik, Performance und kulturelle Zusammenarbeit
- Project code: VG-SPS-BW-14-001601-3
- Period: 9/2014 – 8/2017
- Investor: European Union
- MU Partner: Faculty of Education, Department of Music
- MU Lead person: doc. PhDr. Judita Kučerová, Ph.D.
The project aims the support creativity in the field of music education in primary and secondary schools. It is based on cooperation between universities, ensembles, and schools. The project includes activities in the field of classical and non-classical music in education. It counts on the connection of the needs of school youth, the scope of professional or semi-professional music ensembles, and multicultural expressions. The main goal is to motivate students to take an interest in music through their own creative activities based on live musical performances by artists from different musical genres and periods. The focus of the project's creators is the effort to increase the potential for creativity and entrepreneurship in the field of music life. The project is based on the cooperation of four partner countries: Germany, France, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Each country is represented by a university workplace, a music ensemble, and a primary or secondary school.
- University Szeged (Hungary)
- University of Konštantín Filozof Nitra (Slovakia)
- Conservatory Campobasso (Italy)
Students from the 2nd year of bachelor's studies can apply to study the Erasmus+ program.
We recommend studying at the Conservatory in Campobasso for students specializing in piano playing or solo singing.
We recommend studying at the University of Szeged and UKF in Nitra to students regardless of the study program.
In addition to the application, students attach a cover letter and a language certificate (or another proof of language study) for communication in English or German. For studying in Italy, we recommend at least a basic knowledge of Italian.
The field coordinator and contact person for studying abroad within the Erasmus+ program is prof. PhDr. Judita Kucerova, Ph.D. (email@example.com).