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Good practices

The three universities that have jointly presented this cluster project share a teaching and learning model that has become a standard of success in technical skills and level of employability of their graduates.

As a result of this experience over time, a set of good practices on teaching innovation have gradually consolidated in each of the three universities, which do not only affect the improvement of methods, but also all those aspects involved in students’ educational process.

This project has succeeded in extending and multiplying the beneficial effects of these practices through a shared process that leads to identifying, consolidating and sharing them. They have also helped to share knowledge and learning experiences for the implementation of academic and teaching quality systems. As a result of these joint activities, a number of manuals of good practices have been drawn up that reflect the process outcomes and publicly specify the different aspects that characterise the cluster project of the three universities. 



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