arrow1 Pagină principală arrow1 Proiecte arrow1 PEERS  

e-Sims - programul pentru gestiunea scolaritatii BlackBoard - aplicatia pentru invatamant la distanta oferita de MediaEc Bazele de date APA - acces la articole si publicatii 
Universitatea "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" din Iasi - Noutati la UAIC ALUMNI - Fundatia absolventilor UAIC
Ministerul Educatiei, Cercetarii, Tineretului si Sportului Colegiul Psihologilor din Romania Despre orasul Iasi
Type of the project:

Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Strategic Partnerships addressing more than one field to cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices in School Education

Project title:

Partenariats d'etudiants et enseignants-chercheurs en reseaux sociaux

Project Coordinator:


Project Coordinator for Romania: 

Assoc. Prof. PhD. Constantin PETROVICI

Project date:

01.09.2015 - 31.08.2017

Project Partners:
  • Universite de Bordeaux
  • Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza din Iasi
  • Haute Ecole Pédagogique Du Canton De Vaud
Romanian Team members:
The grant reference number:


The contract budget:

127575,00 EUR

The target group:
  • 312 students and professors will be impacted by the PEERS projects at a European and international level.
  • 990 students, primary and secondary school teachers will be indirectly impacted.
  • A referenced website and a collaborative platform will be provided to the participants and to the public to ensure the sustainability of the project.
The methodology: 

The methodology is based on projects which will be carried out in the course of one academic year, alternating in situ collaboration with remote collaboration via ICT technologies. The PEERS groups will be composed of 6 students from two partner institutions supervised by two teacher-researchers. The research led by a PEERS group will focus on a topic related to pedagogy and/or didactics. Between the meetings in situ (autumn-spring) and in parallel with the remote collaboration, the students will apply their methodological solutions in their own educational context (in primary or secondary education classes). On basis of the experience acquired during the project, the students will be brought to draft an article formalizing a reflective feedback on their practice. At the end of the academic year, a staff training event will be organized to spread the PEERS methodology to new groups and to share its results.

The most relevant priorities addressed by the project:

The PEERS project (Partnerships of teacher- researchers and students in social networks) is an initiative to increase the quality of teacher training and the development of the teacher-researcher network. Our initiative aims at promoting international projects which integrate the aspects of research and knowledge construction in the students’ educational pathway.
This project aims at increasing the quality and relevance of teacher training in higher education by meeting innovation needs in the curricula of future teachers while respecting the specificity of their studies and by meeting a growing need in ICT technologies and intercultural skills in our globalized world.
The main goal of the PEERS project is to strengthen the acquisition by future teachers of new skills in the fields of interculturality, citizenship and ICT technologies. The PEERS projects aim at encouraging the acquisition of ‘soft skills’ (tolerance, empathy, efficiency, flexibility, teamwork, …) while developing research skills and scientific writing abilities.

The main big blocks of activities:

1) an analysis of the challenges of the internalization of teacher training within the European Union, 
2) a methodological guide to ensure the dissemination of PEERS methodology, 
3) a critical analysis of the productions realized by the PEERS groups, 
4) the evaluation of the PEERS project and its impact. 
5) an international conference
6) a website

Expected results:

As far as the expected impact and results are concerned, a collective book will be published, which will be composed of: 1) an analysis of the challenges of the internalization of teacher training within the European Union, 2) a methodological guide to ensure the dissemination of PEERS methodology, 3) a critical analysis of the productions realized by the PEERS groups, 4) the evaluation of the PEERS project and its impact. This publication will be the central subject of the international 2017 PEERS conference which will gather 150 people, 50% of whom will come from non-participating potential partners who would like to join the PEERS approach. The conference, the book and creation of a website stem from the partners’ desire to promote the results of the project so that it can be undertaken at a European or even international level.

Contact person:

Assoc. Prof. PhD. Constantin Petrovici -

Project website:


Actualizat: 28 ianuarie 2016
© Facultatea de Psihologie și Științe ale Educației