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Project to establish 'Creative Classrooms'


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By Denise Carbonell

05.06.2015 - In order to design and deliver innovative trainings to teachers, partner organisations from Slovania, Estonia, Finland and Croatia started a new project that get funding from the European Commission in the Erasmus+ programme. Next to the trainings an electronic lesson guide book for school teachers in whole Europe. The guide will enable them to use innovative tools and methods for their daily teaching task.




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Online4EDU: Second project meeting in Riga


Online4EDU Projektmeeting in Riga Mai 2015

22.05.2015 - The second project meeting of Online4EDU took place in Latvia´s charming capital Riga from the 20th till the 21st of May. The five partner organisations from Estonia, Irland, Latvia, Lithuania and Germany came together for two days to discuss the progress of the first half year of the project and plan next steps. Therefore, we can happily announce that the results of the analyses about teachers´ usage and confidence in online collaboration tools will be published soon.

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Why e-Participation should be taught in schools?


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24.04.2015 - Active political participation on the Internet is becoming a more important way of political activism in the digital era. It is a fast way to communicate with political actors and institutions despite distances. But in order to profit from participatory tools, citizens must be aware of the tools and they must know how to use them. Therefore the new project E-UROPa was launched that promotes digital tools for political participation. On the 07th of May 2015 the European e-Participation Day will be held in 12 countries.

For school education online participation in politics is a sustainable topic that combines two major influences of the future: politics and digital media.

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YouRock - Discover Your Strength


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01.04.2015 - YouRock is a social network in the Internet, that will foster the employability of young people in whole Europe. It supports young people in creating a profile that presents their strength and skills. In the future young people can get directly in contact with providers of vocational training positions via YouRock. The platform is accessible from all European countries and workshops are provided to support schools and youth centres with the usage of YouRock.

Have a look and find out what YouRock can offer young people: www.yourock.jobs

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