Weekly Roundup

Newcomers and Nationalism" Online Course“Newcomers and Nationalism” Online Course

This open course welcomes refugee and non-refugee students from the Southern Mediterranean region and Europe to participate together in a 10 weeks-long online classroom. In short, students would get an opportunity to learn more about what attracts and detracts people to/from Europe. The deadline of the application: September 16, 2018.

More information together with the registration form is stored here.


Erasmus toolsErasmus+ Resources and Tools

The new school year is starting, and hundreds of students are now travelling to their new Erasmus+ exchange mobility locations. Those young people still have some questions and uncertainties so the handy and simply Erasmus+ website section of tools can certainly assist them. Understandably, a general public may find the source interesting too!

Click here to find it.

 

 


Speech EUAnnual Address by the President of the European Commission

Do you want to learn what the are latest thoughts on the EU, generated by top-level European officials? What are the achievements and future plans? Then you have a chance to listen to Jean-Claude Juncker on the 12th of September. Note that his speech will be publicly announced so that you could read and analyze it.

The livestream will take place here.


Singapore city at nightHow Can Singapore’s Schools Teach Other Countries?

Educational system is a huge concern for basically every country. Governments, educational institutions and teachers are always dealing with such issues as pupils’ performance, teachers’ qualification, educational programs and etc. Thus, Singapore’s example may be a good source of answers, as its education is considered the best in the world.

Click here to find the article.


Refugee_RomaPREDIS – Project Handbook and Toolkit

The PREDIS project has successfully reached its end. As a result, the project participants have just published a handbook and toolkit that consists of six modules. In short, the material is dedicated to a ‘prevention of dropout from Vocational Education through inclusive strategies of migrants and Roma’.  EPALE’s article offers a summary of the toolkit as well project’s background.

Interested? Click here.

 

 


Course for a teachersThe Online Support for Every Classroom

As the EU Member States express the right of students with special needs to be taught in mainstream education, many teachers in Europe face the challenge how integrate them. Apparently, only minor changes are usually needed to make a classroom more inclusive. Therefore, ‘Teacher Academy by School Education Gateway’ organizes an online course in order to help educators.

Click here to find more.


Lifelong LearningThe Development of Lifelong Learning

A team is gathered by the UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning to examine the buildup of a handbook on lifelong learning policy development and implementation. EPALE states that “the handbook will cover aspects such as the governance of lifelong learning, policy issues’’ and more. The handbook should be released no later than in 2019.

Click here to find the article.

 

 


Canada Map What is CICE 2019?

It is an international conference that is devoted to the improvement of practices and theory in education. The objective of it is to give a a chance to different professionals and academicians to bridge their knowledge gap and promote research esteem.

Click here to find EPALE’s article.

 

 

 

 

Prepared by Rimvydas Burba

 

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