ETWINNING AND ERASMUS+
As part of the Erasmus+ programme, eTwinning can be an important part of an Erasmus+ project:
- eTwinning is the easiest way for teachers to find and get to know partners whom they can then apply for funding with.
- The eTwinning platform can also be used to securely host, support and share Erasmus+ project work - all for free!
APPLY FOR FUNDING NOW
- Strategic Partnerships for School Education (Key Action 201): New Key Action 2 funding deadline announced. The European Commission has announced a new decentralised call for Strategic Partnerships in response to COVID-19. The new deadlines focus on ‘Innovative practices in a digital era’ and ‘Skills development and inclusion through creativity and the arts’ and applications need to be submitted by 29 October, 11am (UK time).
- Erasmus Accreditations – a New Path to Mobility
Who: Teachers and educational professionals across all subject areas, who have interest in Erasmus Accreditation.
What: This new School Education Gateway course will introduce the participants to the Erasmus accreditation scheme, what it is and how their organisation can benefit from it.
When: The course opens on 14 September and can be completed at any time until 29 October 2020.
How: Please register here.
The UK National Agency and the European Commission are closely monitoring information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. For the latest information on the transition period, please visit Erasmusplus.org.uk.
ETWINNING - ERASMUS+ CASE STUDIES
Read the 2019 eTwinning book featuring the award winning UK led eTwinning - Erasmus+ project 'SPARKS' (page 20). The project between Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom focused on students learning, researching and exploring the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030.