Links and Resources
European Schoolnet is an international partnership of more than 20 European Ministries of Education developing learning for schools, teachers and pupils across Europe. Being an educational portal for schools in Europe, eSchoolnet provides resources, news, practice examples and collaboration opportunities for teachers.
My-Europe Schools Network
The myEUROPE Schools Network is a group of more than 1,250 schools which form a community of teachers who work for the development and the enhancement of the common European identity. Belonging to this network enables you to find partners, get help and stimulation and set up European projects.
Erasmus+ – How to apply
Under the Erasmus+ programme there are different opportunities for organisations and individuals. However, depending on the part of the programme you would like to apply for, the preparation and application procedure might differ. This website guides you through the process.
– Helping citizens communicate their skills and qualifications effectively when looking for a job or training;
– Helping employers understand the skills and qualifications of the workforce.
– Helping education and training authorities define and communicate the content of curricula.
|EU policy in the field of adult learning
Adult learning refers to a range of formal and informal learning activities, both general and vocational, undertaken by adults after leaving initial education and training.
|European School Net
European Schoolnet (EUN) is a network of 30 Ministries of Education in Europe and beyond. EUN was created 15 years ago to bring innovation in teaching and learning to its key stakeholders: Ministries of Education, schools, teachers and researchers. European Schoolnet’s activities are divided among three areas of work:
| Guidelines for evaluating your international project
Have a look at this evaluation tool made to improving the quality of your ICT-projects.
|Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
The CEFR organises language proficiency in six levels, A1 to C2, which can be regrouped into three broad levels: Basic User, Independent User and Proficient User, and that can be further subdivided according to the needs of the local context. The levels are defined through ‘can-do’ descriptors.
| e-Twinning school partnership in Europe
|Interview about e-twinning (Viljenka Savli) (PDF)|