Then you've come to the right place! Teachers' Corner contains all kinds of material for different age groups. Whether you want to teach your pupils about what the EU does, how it began and how it works or to debate EU policies in greater detail, you'll find plenty of inspiration here..
A fun booklet that teaches children about EU diversity. Teachers can use it to explain the euro, and introduce children to the cultural, scientific and natural heritage of the countries that make up the European Union.
'Europe is somewhere else.' This provocative statement opens the first chapter of this brochure. It is, of course, not true. Being right at the heart of Europe, we naturally have many questions about what 'Europe' means and what it does.
Empower your students with the practical consumer skills they need for real life! The Consumer Classroom website contains a host of resources to inspire teachers – on issues from social media to citizenship and consumer rights.
Can you 'Instagram' Europe?
Every month until November 2014, send 'Instagrams' on various European themes for your chance to win a trip to Brussels and see your winning photo exhibited! There will be a new theme - and a new winner - every month.
The best material for primary and secondary pupils selected by educational experts from across Europe.
EU games and quizzes for children from 6 to 16 years old in Kids' Corner.
E-twinning is a free and safe platform for teachers to connect, develop collaborative projects and share ideas in Europe.
Erasmus+ - EU programme for Education, Training, Youth, and Sport.
EU prizes and competitions for pupils.
Information on how to organize a visit to one of the EU institutions.
Europe Direct. Information centres on the EU spread across Europe.
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