The Language Exchange: Building Good Practice in Pupil and Teacher European Language Exchange projects
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Themes and goals:
A regional study visit (with additional training elements) to schools active in the Erasmus+ programme to showcase what they're doing and the impact of their projects. The aim is to promote best practice and inspire newcomers to engage in Erasmus+. Targeting language teachers, we will particularly emphasise how Erasmus+ can support post-primary language teaching and learning; and how it links national and European language policy.
Participants will: gain a better understanding of how Erasmus+ activities can support language learning and teaching; be inspired by the projects they visit; gain new ideas as well as next steps in building European projects; have the chance to share and meet European language education colleagues; possibly meet partners for future projects.
Partners and participants
IE02 - The Higher Education Authority (HEA)
Number of participants:
Participants per country:
3 - Any 4 - Any 0 - Any 30 - Any 4 - Any 10 - Hungary 10 - Finland 40 - Any 5 - Any
Profile of participants:
Newcomers to KA101 and KA229. Post-Primary teachers/Schools Managers or pupils age 12-18 years. Language teachers. We will particularly target schools that have been active in other European/International programmes such as eTwinning; European Day of Languages; European Language Label etc.
Pending co-organising partner applications(s)
Pending booked places
Accepted co-organising partner(s)
Pending co-organising partner applications(s):
Accepted co-organising partner(s):
DE03 - 1 HR01 - 1 IS01 - 1 BG01 - 1
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