Partnerships for Cooperation – Primary Schools from Rural Areas. How to plan an excellent project for primary schools located in rural or remote areas
Goal of the event is to support teachers and headmasters in professionalization of their knowledge and skills within planning of educational international cooperation projects in areas of:
• needs analyses;
• setting project goals;
• planning activities and learning mobilities;
• quality of partnership;
As we periodically deliver training on the above topics, we have a lot of experience and participants highly value their participation. Here are statements from participants:
“Very solid, profesional, logical event with a lot of fun. The goals achieved, expectations far beyond the original ones. The NA did a great job!”
“I'm really satisfied because this is my second TCA and it was perfect, with a wonderful atmosphere and attitude from all participants and trainers.”
“It was very well organized with a range of good exercises and activities. Fountain of information and answered every question well.”
We deliver the training based on the project management methodology implemented by the European Commission, consistent with the Erasmus+ application evaluation criteria.
As a support to the participants, we have prepared a booklet summarizing the key elements of project planning “Erasmus+ Partnerships. Beginner’s Guide.”.
Participants will work in teams on the draft of projects concerning their interest. Groups will have possibility to choose themes of the projects important from the point of view of their institutions and local communities.
As a consequence we want to increase number of good quality partnerships in school education sector.
• Participants will broaden their knowledge and skills concerning project planning.
• Participants will find partners for projects and will create drafts of the projects.
Partners and participants
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