One year ago COUNT ME IN – a European project co-funded by the Erasmus plus programme – took off, developed by a transnational partnership involving countries from all over Europe: Spain
The Commission proposal to get back to the ancient “Erasmus” definition alarms adult education providers.
The name of the project co-financed by the Erasmus+ fund, ‘ELITe’, is an acronym that stands for Enhancing Learning In Teaching via e-inquiries.
The European Digital Learning Network is indeed a young reality, but still its journey until today has been outstanding and full of satisfactions.
Let’s say it: Erasmus+ is changing the life of 4 million people.
The Lifelong Learning Platform organises a yearly evaluation on the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme.
Is now available the Call for Erasmus+ 2017 and the programme Guide. You can access the documents from here.
ELITe aims to provide digital professional learning opportunities for secondary teachers’ competence development.
Stopping school drop-outs is one of the significant challenges EC is tackling with: Being early school leaving linked to unemployment, social exclusion, and poverty, there are many reasons w