PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR®: Further pilot projects have begun

Posted by on Mar 20, 2014 in Kooperationen

After the success of the pilot projects in January with two districts (Pudong and Songjiang) in Shanghai, the pilot projects with the teachers’ training colleges in other three districts, namely Jinan, Yangpu and Chongming, have begun this week.Nach dem Erfolg der Pilotprojekte im Januar in den zwei Bezirken Pudong und Songjiang (Shanghai), haben diese Woche […]

Reflection initiated by the PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR® among the young teachers in Songjiang District

Posted by on Feb 3, 2014 in Kooperationen

This is pilot project between SEDLÁK & PARTNER and the Songjiang Teacher’s Training College aims to introduce our e-learning platform and implement and evaluate the PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR® Directing in Teaching. The team at SEDLÁK & PARTNER has, in recent months, designed and developed an online platform based on a Learning Management System (LMS), which can meet the […]

First pilot project started: E-learning platform in China

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Kooperationen

The first of our two pilot projects in the education sector has started this week in Shanghai. This is a collaboration between SEDLÁK & PARTNERS and two of the largest institutions for teacher training in Shanghai: The Institute of Education Developent (PIED) and the Teacher Training College of Songjiang (TTCS). The aims of the pilot projects […]

Launch of first PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR® in China

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Kooperationen

In the context of the cooperation between the East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai and the SEDLÁK & PARTNER International Consulting Group a production contract for the production of the first PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR® in China in Shanghai was signed on 12 December 2013. As part of a dissertation at the ECNU the competencies which […]

PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR® is now registered as word/figurative mark

Posted by on Sep 8, 2013 in Konzepte

Our innovative training tool PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR® has been successfully registered as a trademark by the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (HABM) and is thus protected as a word/figurative mark across the EU in all required classes. The Trademark registration emphasizes the uniqueness and quality of the PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR®.

“Coaching” Competence for Chinese Teachers

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 in Kooperationen

 Together with East China Normal University (ECNU), the first-class pedagogic university in China, we established the “ECNU-S&P Research Center for ICT-Enabled Systemic Changes and Innovations” in the Spring of 2013. The research center’s goals are to develop and validate appropriate concepts, models, methods and tools, enabling an effective utilization of the information and communication technologies […]

Appointment as a Guest Professor in Shanghai

Posted by on Jul 5, 2013 in Kooperationen

        Robert A. Sedlák has been appointed a 5-year Guest Professorship at the East China Normal University (ECNU). The bestowal of his title took place on July 5th 2013, during a festive ceremony at Shanghai’s ECNU. Concurrently, the ECNU and the SEDLÁK & PARTNER International Consulting Group undersigned the cooperation contract to […]

Cooperation in Shanghai Commences

Posted by on Jun 27, 2013 in Kooperationen

In Spring of 2013 and together with the East China Normal University (ECNU), one of China’s first class pedagogic universities, SEDLÁK & PARTNER International Consulting Group have established the „ECNU-S&P Research Center for ICT-Enabled Systemic Changes and Innovations“ in Shanghai. The center will be co-managed by Prof. Zhu Zhiting, Dean of the Distance Education College […]

Competence Management as a Strategic Tool

Posted by on May 17, 2013 in Konzepte

        Due to the social and economic conditions’ rapid dynamics of change, management faces the challenge of adapting the organization’s vision accordingly. In this context, organizational and personal competences play a central role: An organization must be capable of monitoring external development as well as seizing existing impulses, to then evaluate them […]

Mobile Learning Injects New Impetus for Staff Development

Posted by on May 6, 2013 in Konzepte

  Facing dynamic markets, constant technological changes and growing demands for innovation, organizations have to learn more rapidly and efficiently. The interlinked learning and change processes have to be established successfully within an organization, while the workability and employability need to be retained. Continuous competence development plays a central role in this context.