European Youth Portal
Information and opportunities for young people across Europe.

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To learn more about new teaching methods, check out the 3 specialised tools for schools and teachers at the School Education Gateway.

Funded by Erasmus+, these tools are designed to enable teachers to take full advantage of the programme's funding opportunities:

  1. Course catalogue - professional development courses for schoolteachers & other staff
  2. Mobility opportunities search tool - teaching assignments & job shadowing in a host school or other organisation abroad for school staff
  3. Strategic partnership search tool - partner schools or other organisations across Europe for joint projects to boost standards & the quality of teaching & learning.


The portal – launched in January 2015 - is a one-stop-shop in 23 languages for teachers, schools, experts and others. It provides updates on issues such as assessment, skills, curriculum and early years education.


Teachers can:

  • share good practice
  • learn about successful education projects across Europe
  • browse collections of publications
  • read articles by experts in primary & secondary education.


The platform will also keep you up-to-date on the latest EU education policy, news, trends, national initiatives, school projects, opportunities for interaction and additional resources.


The European Commission:

  • works with EU countries to develop their primary & secondary education systems
  • supports some national education initiatives
  • gathers & shares information & analyses, encouraging the sharing of good policy practices
  • produces regular studies on the situation across Europe, to monitor progress.


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Erasmus+ tools for schools & teachers -  in 23 languages at the School Education Gateway

Published: Mon, 16/11/2015 - 12:51

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