Tim Scholze

Tim Scholze

Founding member of REVEAL, senior developer of the LEVEL5 approach, EU project developer and manager, scientific officer at University Duisburg-Essen.

RE-DIRECT – Conference in Baden Baden on 26./27.02.2019

The project consortium of the RE-DIRECT project invites you to its European conference taking place in Baden-Baden, Germany, on the 26th and 27th of February, 2019. The conference aims at discussing the current state of play, sharing and learning from innovative practices, exploring ways forward for using regional biomass for circular products and economic transformation. Apart from the one-day conference, you can visit the first large-scale IFBB-plant which has very recently been extended with a pyrolysis and activation unit for…

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REBUS goes to Berlin

The world of eLearning meets in Berlin in the first weeks of December for nearly a decade. The Online EDUCA Berlin (OEB) is one of the largest fairs for technology supported learning. This year REBUS was presented in the framework of the REVEAL network stand organised by blinc together with the German Institute of Adult Education.

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REVEAL at the Validation festival 2018

REVEAL had a stand at the first validation festival carried out in Brussels with more than 300 participants. We presented our network, the LEVEL5 approach and the running projects. There is a small video on Tim’s 2 min pitch about REVEAL; please have a look. There was a lot of interest especially in our projects and initiatives on entrepreneurship (REBUS),  our integration projects that include LEVEL5 like COME IN, REST and VIC and on cultural heritage and validation (BADGES) .…

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Seasons Greetings 2017/2018

Dear all, 2017 turned out as turbulent as expected. Politically, things have developed in rather weird directions: there is the Man with the Tin-Foil Hat in the White House who wants to make his country great again by reinventing the fossil coal economy. There is a British Government stumbling upon a completely unclear BREXIT pathway without having any clue where this should lead to. The Visegrad member states are afraid of refugees that they have never encountered before, and all…

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REBUS Training course in Essen, Germany

Between 13th and 15th November 2017 training for staff of higher education institutions of partner countries was held at the University of Duisburg-Essen. The topics of the Transnational Train the Trainer Course included entrepreneurship, the REBUS entrepreneurship learning programme, validation of entrepreneurship competence, introduction to REBUS software, visit to “Innovationsfabrik”, Co-Working spaces and meetings with startups, REBUS entrepreneurship learning program and implementation of REBUS (for staff and students) in partner countries. Despite the very large group (~35 trainers) the training…

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Badges Kick Off Meeting

On November 8. and 9. 2017 the BADGES consortium met for the first time in Kassel. BADGES sets out to develop a learning and validation approach for cultural and heritage sites that leads to the award of digital badges to visitors who participate in specific learning activities offered by the sites.

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REBUS Competence Framework

In Autumn 2017 blinc developed the REBUS competence framework based on the LEVEL5 reference systems. The REBUS competence inventory is an open catalogue of competences that are relevant for entrepreneurship education. We grounded the development of the CF on the works of the Entrecomp project.   EntreComp describes Entrepreneurship as a combination of 15 “aspects” which describe the abilities of an entrepreneur along three main phases of the entrepreneurial process: Developing ideas and opportunities Mobilising resources Putting everything into action…

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EELLSS final conference

The EELLSS partners organised their final event on October 5th and 6th, 2017, in Kassel. The two-day event brought together more than 85 people from all the seven partner countries – among them all partners and all those teachers and students that have been involved in the learning projects. Highlights were the European buffet with treats of each partner country , the common art project and the European fair. Read more in our newsletter.

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