Student mobility in a digital world
The mobility experience has proven to be a key element in student development. The study component, together with the skills that accompany physical mobility, can have a significant impact on students’ advancement. Join this webinar to learn more about the mobility learning opportunities and the impact of COVID-19 on the student mobility curriculum.
16 December| Duration: 58 minutes
What was this webinar about?
In the first part of the webinar, you will be introduced to long-term mobilities for students. The presentation will touch upon the advantages, disadvantages, mentoring and organisation of the home school’s curriculum to ensure the success of the remote education. You will also hear some ideas about re-entry into class, selection of students, and communication with the partner school.
The second presentation will showcase the activities of the Erasmus + project Spaces /Li(EU)x: Responsible mobility incubator, which raises awareness about the advantages and dangers of mobility in the 21st century, whether real or virtual. The teachers will share their thoughts about how the Erasmus+ project has been implemented so far, along with the way students’ mobility has been organised. They will also discuss to what extent COVID-19 has engendered changes in the overall project.
Isabelle Lascaud: Li(EU)x European Partnership Projecton Mobility
Josef Brunsteiner has had a 40-year career in education. He has been a teacher and a headmaster at the Europagymnasium in Salzburg-Nonntal, Austria. He has extensive experience in coordinating Comenius and Erasmus+ projects, and with student mobility projects in Spain, France, Finland, Sweden and Poland.
Isabelle Lascaud is a French English teacher based in Clermont-Ferrand, France. She is interested in European exchanges and partnerships of any sorts and has participated in various European projects like Comenius or Euroscola from 1997 to 2010. She is now an active member of the coordination team for Erasmus+ projects in her school.