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E-tutorials are a form of contact and lecturing with students in the individual meetings mode.

During the project, pilot testing of this form of activity takes place.

E-tutorial meetings are conducted on-line, using mini-projects methods.

Each student after completing an introductory full-time course at the home university chooses one thematic area that they would like to study and contacts on-line the lecturer conducting this course. If the student chooses a lecturer from its own university, the work can be conducted personally, as part of an individual course of study.

The tutorial takes place in the mode agreed with the lecturer, no less than 10 online meetings.

Structure of the e-tutorial:

  1. The lecturer and the student determine the individual area of interest, the title of the mini-project and the schedule of activities and meetings 
  2. The lecturer provides the student with a list of obligatory and supplementary reading
  3. Student based on bibliography, lectures and presentations (e-lectures) develops a selected issue
  4. Getting a pass is based on the results of the mini-project developing and the final test of the selected thematic path.
  5. During interviews, e-tutorials and research, the consistency of the national or regional cultural heritage of the student / host university with the heritage of the student / host university and the general-European heritage should be sought and indicated; coherence of urbanization and social processes along the historical lines of cities.
  6. Strengthening the European identity and understanding of European citizenship are ones of the key objectives of the project. The European component should be strengthened without compromising the importance of the heritage and national or local identity of the student.
  7. Expanding the research area may take place by encouraging the student to use the international achievements of the project, transnational consultations / e-tutoring, also by means of on-line contacts.

Conditions for recruiting and gaining access to the e-tutorial:

  • The prerequisite is participation in the course "European cities in the process of constructiong and transmitting European cultural heritage. NOTE: The course title may be slightly different in each partner country. However, it must be related to the project no: 2018-1-PL01-KA203-050963. 
  • The student may participate in the tutorial at his or her university or partner university. The necessary condition is knowledge of English at the starting level B1.
  • The student chooses his tutor, but after agreeing the dates of meetings, he can consult other lecturers, also from partner institutions. The list of names and the professional profile of the lecturer can be found in the "Team" tab.
  • The conditions for the course of the tutorials are set by the tutor and the student.
  • The conditions for passing the tutorial are set individually
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  1. Providing the student with knowledge.
  2. Developing the ability to think independently.
  3. Developing the ability to analyze scientific and source texts.
  4. Developing the ability to conduct research, define its purpose and results.
  5. Developing the ability to express and assertively defend one's own opinion.
  6. Shaping the skills of public speaking.
  7. Developing the ability to independently write scientific papers.
  8. Introducing the student to self-education and self-correction.
  9. Shaping the student's transversal competences of:
  • Intercultural competences - especially in the case of cooperation with a foreign tutor - that is, the ability to communicate effectively and appropriately with people of other cultures; understand the culture-specific concepts of perception, thinking, feeling and acting
  • flexibility and the ability to adapt to new conditions - that is, the ability to set priorities, adapt to a changing work environment, appropriate emotional response, assertive perception of authorities
  • strategic and innovative thinking - consisting in an effective and unconventional approach, creating new ideas, applying known procedures in new or unusual circumstances, as well as awareness and readiness to take responsibility for decisions made
  • organization and time management - i.e. the ability to plan activities (their distribution and redistribution) and the expected results, arranging them on a timeline, taking into account human and material resources
  • critical thinking and comprehensive problem solving - through the ability to engage and analytically break down the problem into key factors in order to understand problem situations, actively search for different solutions to a difficult situation, predict long-term consequences of decisions made and assess their effects
  • negotiating skills - that is, the ability to participate in inter-personal communication in order to reach an agreement, readiness to understand the situation, interact and contact with interlocutors also when others have different opinions and approaches, striving to maintain a balance in the win-to-win approach
  • collecting and processing information - consisting in the ability to extract the necessary information, search for it in various sources, categorize, compare, analyze and synthesize, as well as critically process it . 

  • Academic classes conducted on a stationary basis
  • Online academic classes
  • Hybrid academic classes


  • Each class with a tutor lasts approx. 1 lecture hour
  • Meetings are held weekly throughout the course
  • The student works independently on a selected topic and then presents the results in the form of a written work

Each student, after completing a full-time course at the home / partner university or following it at the same time, chooses one subject area that he would like to study and contacts on-line with the lecturer conducting this course.

The lecturer and the student determine the individual area of ​​interest, the title of the mini-project and the schedule of activities.

The lecturer agrees with the student on the list of compulsory and supplementary readings by encouraging the student to use the international achievements of the project, transnational consultations, also using on-line contacts.

Based on the readings, lectures and presentations (e-lectures), the student develops a selected issue.

Obtaining a credit is based on the developed mini-project and passing the final test to the selected thematic path. During interviews and research, the coherence of the national or regional cultural heritage of the student / host university should be sought and emphasized with the heritage of the student / host university and the European heritage. Coherence of urbanization and social processes along the historical lines of cities.

Strengthening European identity and a sense of European citizenship is one of the key objectives of the project. The European element should be strengthened, without compromising the importance of the heritage and national or local identity of the student.

  • Conversation lecture
  • Discussion
  • Brainstorming - An example of a discussion of enabling students to get fast
  • Elements of the panel discussion (observed discussion) - It is characterized by the existence of two bodies - discussing experts (panel); - learners (audience). First, the experts speak by introducing them to the topic, then they discuss among themselves, and then any person in the audience can take the floor.
  • Case study - this method is based on the analysis of a real or hypothetical case. The teacher presents a task to be done and gives useful tips on how to act. The student lists his own suggestions for solving the problem. They discuss the positive and negative effects and choose the best solutions.
  • Simulation method - allows students to create a model of a certain reality through role play.
  • Mental / concept map, called "memory map"; it is a graphical record of information that organizes messages and helps find relationships between them. When developing the concept, you can use drawings, symbols, clippings, short phrases and slogans. Thanks to this method, we can obtain information about the existing ideas and knowledge on a given topic, check the acquired knowledge and skills, solve problems, plan an action, define concepts.
  • Project method - is a practical activity related to the implementation of an event (project) proposed and designed by the students.
  • Decision trees - is a method of making decisions in difficult and ambiguous situations. It can be used to analyze and fully understand important decisions in the future.
  • Fish Skeleton - Known as the Cause and Effect Diagram. It is used to identify responders.
  • Snow ball - other names: rung discussion, pyramid discussion from individual work to the position of the whole class. The student considers the problem given by the teacher.
  • Metaplan - it is a method of graphical presentation of the course of a discussion, during which students analyze a given issue and look for a common, optimal solution before making a decision. This method is conducive to the development of the ability to analyze, evaluate facts, judgments and propose solutions to the opposing party.