• Gabriela Kelemen „Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad


projects, educational fields, partnerships, relationships, good experience, developing, experience


In the present article I would like to reveal the results of the projects that were conducted by our faculty in the past years. The projects won by our institution brought about high level knowledge, the best experiences, good practices and offered opportunities to develop partnerships between different institution and persons. We have thus partners from different universities from Romania: “Transilvania†University, “1 Decemberâ€University of Alba-Iulia, and from abroad: Higher School of Education Fafe of Portugal, Marmara University of Turkey, Liepaja University of Latvia, University of Cordoba, Spain as well as partners from different nonprofit institution, like Institute of Health from Luxemburg, Agapsy from France, Trajets from Switzerland, Article 23 from Belgium. The main objective of our projects was the identification of key tools for the development of effectiveness in the field of education. Though the development and implementation of educational projects involved a considerable amount of time, effort, and other resources, the expected outcomes were oriented towards bringing the educational process to a new level of excellence. The projects we have developed, have focused on best practices and also on obtaining more effective and sustainable results.


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