Learn how to become a good coordinator of internationalisation at your school, how to organise international project work, how to set up Erasmus+ partnerships and much more.
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- Teachers / management of primary and secondary schools
- Coordinators of international projects
It is not absolutely necessary to bring a laptop or tablet. Though we advice to bring a device as it might be handy during working on intellectual outputs. We don’t provide computers.
Main topics of this course
- Developing a school policy plan on internationalisation.
- How to become a good coordinator of internationalisation?
- Formats of international project work.
- How to set up a multilateral, bilateral, Regio Partnership in Erasmus Plus and how to apply successfully for a Erasmus Plus grant.
- Going global. How to take part in global (virtual) projects.
- How to develop the intercultural competences of the teachers taking part in international projects.
- How to develop the European and international dimension in the curriculum.
Methodology of the course
- Information. A general introduction on each of the topics.
- Sharing. Participants share experiences and expertise on the topic.
- Creating output. Working individually or in groups on a concrete product to be used in the own school.
- The course participants will get a Certificate of active participation.
- The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.
Accommodation and meals
Participants take care of booking their hotel. Euneos will give advices for hotels in different price categories. Participants are free in choice of hotels and restaurants. Accommodation to be paid directly by participants to hotels and restaurants.
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