The war put the Ukrainian partners' work in the maritime education project on hold but they soon returned to meetings on their mobiles

A Ukrainian maritime education unit remained involved in an Erasmus+ project even when the conflict drove teaching staff and students out of war-ravaged Kherson. The project produced online teaching materials and built a engine room simulator, providing the partner institutions with new opportunities for distance learning in the maritime field.

What is a student's greener exchange period abroad like?

International experience and competence are important in the global world. This is why good practical examples are needed of how an exchange period can be made more eco-friendly. Here's one example from the Erasmus+ programme.

Digital learning opportunities to Ghana: universities from Tampere, Tallinn and Accra collaborate on Erasmus+ project to tackle teaching challenges

When the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme launched its call for proposals for capacity building projects, Tampere University, Tallinn University and the Ghanaian universities – the University of Education, Winneba, and the University of Cape Coast – took the opportunity to participate. The proposal was successful, and the three-year project has now commenced.

Experiences: From Egypt to Jyväskylä

Egyptian Mohamed Hamdi studied in Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences for four months as part of the Erasmus+ programme. The exchange was an educational experience in many ways.

Circus Pedagogy – the Future of an Innovative and Inclusive Education in Europe

This innovative research-based practice of Youth and Social Circus Pedagogy is based on the Erasmus+ project Youth and Social Circus Arts – an Innovative and Inclusive education for Europe (Circus++)...

English language through stories

The Playing Ever After project brought schools and day-care centres teaching English together to develop the teaching and learning of languages through stories and play. At the same time, it managed to provide a genuine international experience even to preschool-age children. The follow-up project Ready, steady, play! has spread the idea more widely in many different countries.

Linguistic and cultural diversity and richness in eTwinning

eTwinning activities bring diversity to education. In addition, cooperation increases the variety of languages and provides education with linguistic richness. In addition to the European Union Member...

Future skills for future teachers

In eTwinning, it is also possible for teacher students to learn essential future skills: project planning and guidance, international interaction, teamwork and an inclusive teaching approach. With these skills, they will be able to work in international teaching, education and research networks.

Across the sea and by land – Star of Europe awaits

Ulla Pötsönen reports from her journey on the European railways to the international Star of Europe training in Prague. She has a lot of experience in travelling by land and with her diary also wants to encourage others to try more ecological and experiential modes of transport. With that in mind, she promised to share with us her best tips for travelling more slowly – welcome on board ships, trains and propeller planes with Ulla Pötsönen!

An offer too good to miss – upper secondary school students on exchanges

Granholm got interested in exchanges after taking part in a joint Erasmus + project of Svenska Privatskolan i Uleåborg and Laanila General Upper Secondary School, which also had participants from...
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