Research coordination objectives

Interdisciplinary teaching

The methodology used in the project implementation is in line with the principles agreed upon by The Erasmus + program, being primarily a collaborative educational project that emphasizes both the transfer of knowledge between university partners and between teachers and students of all partners. The methodology consists of a set of steps for each phase which is part of the activity plan, having as main focus to stimulate all participants to an innovative approach of teaching activities.

At longer term, the project will show how a Danubian SMCs can be better known and valorised with unconventional and creative teaching methods, getting to an inclusive and stimulative attitude both for teachers and learners and for local stakeholders. Through this, the project will create a link to the creativity and innovation requirements on the labor market and the expected competences of the graduates in spatial planning field.

The main results of our project are:

  • Strengthen the regional dialogue among the partnership universities in the cross-disciplinary education field spatial planning;
  • Contributing with new methodologies and innovative teaching approach to study the actual problematic of Danubian SMCs;
  • Contributing with new perspectives, innovative and customized data and creative body of knowledge about the inclusive development of SMCs;
  • Increasing the involvement of local stakeholders to real issues and problems of the inhabitants of Danubian SMCs.