Development of IKD i3

  • Institutional adoption of the University of the Basque Country's catalogue of common transversal competences
  • Update of teaching guides for undergraduate and master subjects, providing visibility for i3 action.
  • Addition of active methodologies already established, inquiry-based learning and research-based learning. 

  • Strengthening and extending programmes or initiatives that produce experiences with a high training impact on students, experiences in subjects or groups of subjects (the "IKD Gazte" programme), self-managed volunteer experiences (gu geu bolondres) or development cooperation work (the "Gaztenpatia" programme).

  • Exploring the possibilities of wider curricular niches: sequence of voluntary work/business internship/ practicum + final-year undergraduate project/final-year master project/doctoral theses, geared towards making significant contributions from the perspective of the SDGs.

  • Joint final-year undergraduate projects or final-year master projects based on one of the university's common challenges, as on the "Campus Bizia Lab" programme.

  • Joint final-year undergraduate projects or final-year master projects based on a common international challenge. This is a line of work which has already been undertaken alongside the University of Bordeaux on projects such as Ocean Zuzenbidea or Ocean i3 .

  • Experimenting with the idea of co-management processes for final-year undergraduate projects and final-year master projects with research teams, external companies and bodies (by way of practicum tutorials), to give students first-hand knowledge of these real contexts and enter into teaching-learning relationships with external agents (mentoring).

  • Upgrade and publicise as a congress final-year undergraduate projects and final-year master projects that have made a totally new or particularly advantageous contribution to a certain problem or challenge, with sustainability as a traction factor.

  • Acknowledging structured IKD teaching teams, understood as teams teaching subjects, areas or modules with an innovative practice that produces good results in terms of teaching (the "Docentiaz" programme), and also in terms of what students learn (success rates, satisfaction with teaching methodology).