New Global Challenges in Education

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The seminar is regarded as an Erasmus action K1 interactive training for teachers, head teachers, teacher trainers and educational researchers. The programme comprises keynote speeches, a variety of workshops due to the theme and on ICT-innovation within education, school visits, social events etc.

Living in the 21st century world, where the political, social, and technological scenery change rapidly, education becomes a major
key to the future. Through growing uncertainties due to these
changes, education is one of the best ways to counteract these movements. We therefore have the responsibility to meet these
new challenges in education.

The focus of the seminar will include

Opening to the outside world by setting up international collaborative projects
Discussions on similarities and differences – what unifies us
Creating educational links with other schools
Getting informed on the development of social networking using different ICT tools
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As the seminar is regarded as an interactive training event, and if your country and institution are eligible for EU funding, you are entitled to apply for funding through the Erasmus+ programme. Please note that your application must be submitted to your National Agency no later than 2nd February 2017

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European Schools Project Association
Munich, Germany

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