Train the Trainers - GE

May 13-16, 2019

Accommodation special rate of 70$ per night

Please indicate in the subject line the following: Rhonda Sofer—Israel – ASSET PROJECT SPECIAL RATE 


22-24 Kuchishvili Str.

Tbilisi, 0179, Georgia

Tel: +995 32 253340/41/42

Fax: +995 32 221298


Accommodation special rate of 180 GEL(approximately 60 EUR) per night, including breakfast

Please indicate in the subject line the following: TSU-ASSET Training 



Where do we meet?

May 13

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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University TSU


1, Chavchavadze Avenue

May 14

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Sokhumi State University SSU


Politkovskaya Street N 61

May 15, 16

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Ilia State University ISU


KakutsaCholokashvili Ave 3/5

Materials for Workshops - May 13-15

(scroll down for management meeting May 16) 

Soft Skills Assessment

As soft skills are typically not taught in higher education, in particular not as part of the subject matter, ASSET team designed a soft skills development tool that can be carried out as part of any teaching subject, which is a self-directed process carried out by the student and assessed by both the student and the teacher during the learning process.

Download workshop plan here

Download assignment cards here

Download full presentation here

Download short presentation here

Download set of skills here


Concept Map

A CoMa is a visual representation of knowledge. The process enables one to organize and structure information and the relationships between them. Concept maps provide a visual representation of conceptual and relationship knowledge within a particular domain. Concept maps may aid the instructor in assessing what students understand and how they relate the material to the overall course goals. Technological platforms and assessment methods of CoMa are provided. 

Download workshop plan here

Download presentation - short version here

Download presentation - extended version here

link to PADLET

User manual - MINDOMO

Concept Mapping: UCC pedagogical examples


Open Digital Badges

Open Digital Badges, extensively used in Tallinn University, as emerging trend in educational technology, present a new means of assessment in the form of granular micro-credentials. Several educators believe that Open Digital Badges have enormous potential for fostering student learning and changing how learning achievements will be recognized, made more visible and reach beyond institutions.


Download workshop plan here

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Download workshop plan here

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Download workshop plan here

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Critical Friend Approach

One of the approaches where collaboration occurs in a systematic way is “Critical Friend”. Critical friend approach is widely used in the education systems of successful western countries. It is an effective way to foster professional collaboration among teachers and students, which focuses on developing collegial relationships, encouraging reflective practice, and rethinking leadership.

Technological tools to support the Critical

Friend Approach are provided.

Download workshop plan here

Download presentation here

Peer (Group) Assessment and Reflective Diary 

Peer Assessment is the process in which students provide feedback to other students. By giving feedback to peers, students strengthen their understanding of the lesson’s learning goals and success criteria, which in turn, helps them to assess their own learning. A major challenge raised by ASSET experts relates to applying these assessment tools in large classes. The current work is aimed at suggesting renewed peer assessment tools that can be used in IL and GE practiced learning environments with large heterogeneous classes.

The aims of reflective diaries are to express the observation of the learning process and evidence of reflection. An essential benefit of the learning- response log is the creation of an environment where students feel more free to express their concerns and to experiment with learning. The goal is to encourage students to explore and share their thoughts in groups, and reflect on their group work rather than the commonly used individual approach practiced thus far.

Download workshop plan here

Download presentation here

Short video


CM#4 - May 16, 2019

Ilia State University ISU

Schedule & Outputs

10:00 – 10:15 Summary of the TT in Georgia

Next steps:

Peer mentorship:

10:15 – 10:45 updates

  • QA updates

  • DISS plans 

10:45 – 11:00 Coffee break


11:00 – 12:45 Pilots


A draft


12:45-13:15 Lunch break

13:15-14:00 Pilots




Summary + and filling out online Questionnaire on the overall organization and structure of CM #3. (IPADs will be supplied by ISU to those that need for this).


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