In this blog you will find a procedure how to find out learning needs of your school using bottom-up approach. It will help you justifying your arguments in the Erasmus Accreditation application.
Firstly, I will tell what NOT TO DO. Do not try to show your school’s learning needs in a different light because you want to get the Erasmus+ grant or accreditation. It seems to be a good strategy on a short run but on a long-run you will face difficulties with teachers’ motivation because they will not see the project as relevant to their needs. Bottom-up approach on the other hand, in which you give the voice to all teachers at your school to express their learning needs, is a good starting point for drafting your Internationalization Strategy and Erasmus Plan. Both documents are essential part of the Erasmus Accreditation application.
In this blog you will get some basic information about the Erasmus Accreditation 2021 - 2027. We will highlight the most important insights you have to be aware of in order to submit a high quality application.
Deadline: 29 October 2020 at 12:00 CET.
Online applications: here.
Award of the Erasmus accreditation confirms that the applicant has set up a plan to implement high quality mobility activities as part of a wider effort to develop their organisation - Erasmus Plan.
Be careful with the eligibility criteria. If your organization is eligible for more than one field and you would like to apply for Erasmus+ funds in the future in different fields, you need to submit separate Erasmus accreditation applications.
Eligible criteria, rules, award criteria and other important information are available in the official Call for accreditation.
Throughout the years of working as Erasmus+ KA1 course provider we gained a clear picture of how does a high quality KA1 application form looks like. We are happy to share our insights in order to increase the quality of international mobility projects in the field of teacher training.