Funding for projects with a focus on feedback, evaluation and examination

The autumn application round is now open. Deadline is 25 September 2017 (at 23:59).

The Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship supports the development of new feedback and evaluation methods that contribute to strengthening and testing the innovative and entrepreneurial competences of students.

 

Funding can be applied for in relation with the development of:

  • New feedback and evaluation methods for already existing subjects
  • New feedback and evaluation methods as part of the development of new subjects and courses
  • New feedback and evaluation methods as part of the development of new programmes that couple together curricular and extracurricular programmes
  • Taxonomy/evaluation criteria for how to measure and test innovative and entrepreneurial competences

 

University

As a teacher at university you can receive a grant of up to DKK 150,000 for the development of new feedback and evaluation methods for subjects and courses, or for the development of taxonomy/evaluation criteria for how to measure and test innovative and entrepreneurial competences.

 

 

Other higher educations

As a teacher at other higher educations (business academies, university colleges, maritime institutions, cultural educations and art colleges) you can receive a grant of up to DKK 75,000 for the development of new feedback and evaluation methods for subjects and courses, or for the development of taxonomy/evaluation criteria for how to measure and test innovative and entrepreneurial competences.

 

 

In the applications, we attach particular importance to:

 

  • The clear relation between the subject content, learning goals, teaching method, and the way in which students are evaluated and tested. 
  • New ways of perceiving and implementing feedback and evaluation situations, both when it comes to the kind of innovative/entrepreneurial competences that are tested and the testing method used. 
  • The integration of both formative methods (support and strengthening of the student’s progression and development during the course) and summative methods (measurement of the student’s abilities).
  • The internal correlation and continuity with other innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives at the education institution.

 

For further information, please contact:

 

Pernille Berg

2026 7554

pberg@ffe-ye.dk