E+PMEV course will focus on EXCHANGE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS in Erasmus +, with special focus on Key Action 2 Erasmus + Projects but MANAGEMENT AND ASSESMENT Key Action 1 project as well.


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E+PMEV will focus on management and assesment Key Action 1 and how to create a successful Key Action 2 Erasmus + Projects. In addition, participants will learn from local partners thanks to PERSONALIZED EDUCATIONAL VISIT TO SCHOOLS they do in the city of the venue, having the opportunity to know a new education system. You will learn everything about the funding available at Erasmus + Projects, acquiring concrete skills related to the design of a SUCCESSFUL PROJECT, the key words to write the form and manage the project once approved.


Coaching for teaching refers to a broad range of teaching strategies which engage teachers as active mentors, becoming guides for students since the very first moment. This course will help you prepare for a dynamic, challenging and motivating teaching approach which get your students develop critical thinking thanks to educational coaching. Mentoring the students by fostering their autonomy and responsibility will be one of the main skill that teachers will learn once they have finished the course.


This course will focus on the beneficial usage of the eTwinning platform in international school  projects, with special focus on Key Action 1 + 2 Erasmus + Projects. European National Agencies grant more points to your Erasmus KA1 or 2 application when you are planning to use eTwinning within the project or even better - starting from an already existing project. The course is based on practical lessons and presentations of examples of good practice as well as discussions and experience comparisons.


This course will focus on the variety of possibilities to make your school and classroom more international. It will be carried out in a mixture of theoretical and practical lessons with internationally mixed groups, aiming to end up with an internationalization plan and project ideas  for both online projects and face-2-face projects for the own school. Moreover, we’ll have a look to the new accreditation of the Erasmus program.