Professor Ivana Jasic has participated in the Spring session on topical issues in curriculum development upon invitation extended to ACMT by the Curriculum Resource Center, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. The session on 'Teaching Cultural Policy' was developed in cooperation with the CEU Department for Public Policy, Center for Policy Studies and Budapest Observatory trainers and educators, among others.

Within the larger framework of international cultural cooperation the March session had a training character in methodological and assessment approaches towards student learning. It also offered a chance for peer evaluation and recognition among younger faculty from public and private universities across new and ascendant CentralEastern European member states.
In the course – design training workshop Professor Jasic has contributed by presenting 'Models for Learning and Assessing of Policy Planning Skills in a College Learner' in which she elaborated on the structure and cognitive modeling of the ACMT course in 'Tourism Planning and Development' as well as presented different assessment methods used. The unique model of delivering American business college education in Croatia has been met with appraisal from the session participants.
The CRC teaching scholarship has offered significant library resources for development of college course methodologies, as well as an allocated Book fund used for obtaining of contemporary textbooks and internationally recognized studies on Tourism planning and City development policies that are to be placed in the ACMT library by May 1, 2008 at the disposal of College learners and teaching scholars.

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