It’s the Return of the MOOC! Following the success of the first Massive Open Online Course all about funding opportunities in Erasmus+ KA1 Youth, the MOOC will run again from 2 to 29 November 2015. The course is entirely free and conducted online, led by experienced facilitators. It is delivered in five modules: • Module 1:
To contribute to teacher and student mobility in ASEM countries, the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), an intergovernmental organisation based in Singapore, will organise the 12th ASEF Classroom Network Conference (#ASEFClassNet) on the topic “Coding for Education” from 16-20 November 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Hosted by 32 Secondary Language School “St. Kliment Ohridski”, the Conference is supported
Applications to attend a Contact Seminar for KA2 Strategic Partnerships in School Education in Schwerin, Germany are now open. The seminar is for school leaders and teachers (of pupils aged 6-16) from organisations interested in carrying out joint international projects, who want to find out more about Erasmus+ or are looking for partners. The seminar
Léargas and Maynooth University launched the NUI Certificate in European Youth Mobility Project Management yesterday at the “Youth on the Move?” third International Youth Studies Conference at Maynooth University. This new first-of-its-kind certificate will provide a blended and applied learning experience for participants seeking to deepen their understanding of the context and practice of European Youth Mobility.
The European Commission and SALTO Cultural Diversity officially launched the new Inclusion and Diversity Strategy in the Field of Youth during European Youth Week, to ensure that Inclusion and Diversity remain a central part of Erasmus+ youth projects. We’d really encourage you to read the Strategy, think about it, and consider how you might be