Recap: Successful Completion of the 2nd LTTA – Co-designing Educational Path Based on School Contexts
We are delighted to share the successful completion of the 2nd LTTA (Learning, Teaching, and Training Activity) titled “Co-design of educational path according to the school addresses.” This LTTA aimed to collaborate with teachers in co-designing the STD (Service Design Thinking) educational path, considering the specific needs and context of their vocational schools as well as the cultural differences between countries. Let’s delve into the highlights of this productive training activity:
The primary objective of the training was to address the 3rd and 4th phases of the STD methodology. Through collaboration among partners and teachers, we worked towards experimenting with the model that was already defined during the 1st LTTA.
Ultimately, the goal of this LTTA was to co-design the methodology by focusing on specific elements that would enable contextualization of the model across different countries and cultures. By taking into account the diverse educational landscapes and unique requirements of each vocational school, we strived to tailor the STD educational path to suit their specific contexts.
The successful completion of the 2nd LTTA marks another significant milestone in our collective efforts. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the partners and teachers who actively participated in this co-design process. Together, we are paving the way for a contextualized and impactful educational experience.
Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to progress in our journey of collaborative innovation.