Erasmus+ KA1 project results across Europe. Check which organizations got the funding in 2020 and will be able to enhance their European added value with international trainings for teachers, staff and students.
Austria: all results
Belgium: YIA-BEDE, EPOS, AEF
Bulgaria: all results
Croatia: KA101, KA102, KA103, KA104
Cyprus: all results
Czech Republic: all results
Denmark: all projects
Estonia: all results
France: all results
Hungary: all results
Italy: KA101, KA102, KA104
Latvia: all results
Luxembourg: all results
Malta: all results
Poland: all results
Portugal: all results
Slovakia: all results
Slovenia: all results
Spain: all results
Sweden: all results
For this summer we prepared a special selection of courses adapted to the COVID-19 with all the safety precautions:
ICT in my Classroom, De Bono Thinking Tools in a Classroom, Science for Primary School Children, Teaching Thinking Tools, From Distance to Blended Learning Digital Competencies
Peer coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Multiculturalism, From Distance to Blended Learning Digital Competencies
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Example of a difference between goals, needs, activities, outcomes and impact in Erasmus+ KA1 projects
In this blog we offer you a concrete example of the difference between learning needs, goals, outcomes, activities and impact as it is used in all Erasmus+ mobility projects.
Drafting Erasmus+ KA1 mobility project might cause some difficulties in understanding terminology used by Erasmus+ programme guide. The same terminology as in Erasmus+ programme guide should be used by applicant in their application form.
We explained the terminology and ideas for drafting arguments in different other blogs on our webpage www.erasmusbyprimerasupport.com. In this blog we only use a concrete example to explain the difference.
European development plan is a strategic vision of internationalization and modernization of your school.
From the Erasmus+ programme guide and from our blog Tips you need for valuable European development plan you know which areas should it cover. In this blog we prepared some questions that might help you think when preparing the European development plan.
Questions for European development plan in KA1 Erasmus+ mobility application:
Plans for mobility:
Source: Cmepius, Slovene national agency
Impact and dissemination bring you almost one third of scores in assessing the quality of your mobility project. Therefore, it is worth to put an effort to this part of your project.
The impact of the projects is related to the learning outcomes. Concrete learning outcomes lead to impact and this logical link has to be clearly demonstrated in the application form. But not just that. It is equally important to consider, how your mobility project will affect stakeholders outside your organisation. Different levels are important: institutional, local, regional, national and/or international levels. By tips below we aim to provide some ideas for effective arguments in the impact part of the application form for KA1 mobility projects.
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.