Quality Standards in Teaching

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Quality Standards in Teaching Committee

Education, learning and skills are perceived as both enablers and drivers of inclusive and sustainable development. In a rapidly changing world, education has to take advantage of the opportunities made possible by globalization, technological advancements and information revolution. This requires that educational institutions are prepared to keep up with the fast pace of change and are supported by platforms and co-creation frameworks and approaches which allows to prepare their students not only in specific disciplines, but also in social innovation, entrepreneurship and the jobs of the future.

The Quality Standards in Teaching committee has an advisory role and provides recommendations and guidelines to foster:

– Quality of teaching and learning in higher education chemistry

– Quality of professional development programmes for lecturers in STEM

– Bridging the gap between secondary and tertiary education

The committee works in close collaboration all working groups, other standing committees and two Erasmus+ projects, namely STEM-CPD and DISTINCT

Quality Standards in Teaching

ECTN Standing Committee


Dr. Ştefania Grecea, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Prof. Leo Gros, Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Prof. Iwona Maciejowska, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Dr. Thomas Konegger, Technical University Viena, Austria

Dr. Steven Vreysen, Thomas More University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

Prof. Rosendo Pou, University of Valencia, Spain