Erasmus+ projects are submitted and managed by participating educational institutions representing the participants. If a project (training activity) is selected, the applicant participating organisation becomes a beneficiary of an Erasmus+ grant. Beneficiaries sign a grant agreement or receive a grant decision which entitles them to receive financial support for the realisation of their project (grant agreements are not offered to individual participants). You may download the Erasmus+ Programme guidelines form here.
This course recognizes that the ever increasing role of Information and Communication Technologies in Education is having a significant change in the role of the teacher.
We need to embrace technology, realise the potential it holds for education and prepare ourselves to make an ally out of it. This course outlines these issues and helps teachers prepare to adapt to the new role as experts in the design of learning experiences. The course includes...
Project-Based Teaching and Learning
ICT in Education
A new role for the teacher?
European Collaborative Projects - eTwinning
Practice (download brochure for full details)
Web 2.0 Technologies in the classroom and beyond (Blogs, Wikis, Social Networking)
Digital Audio and Video in Education (Podcasting, Digital Video Editing)
Digital Story-Telling (Photostory and Digital Comics)
Interactive PowerPoint (Create your own quizzes)
Please click on the links below to download specific Course Programme for the course dates you are interested in. You will need to submit this to your National Agency with your application for funding.
Session 1: 13/7/2014-19/7/2014
Session 2: 20/7/2014-26/7/2014
Session 3: 27/7/2014-02/8/2014
Session 4: 03/8/2014-9/8/2014
Session 5: 31/8/2014-6/9/2014
Session 6: 7/9/2014-13/9/2014
Courses will be held in Malta and will bring together a maximum of 20 teachers from different European countries. The courses are supplemented by a varied cultural programme that highlights the Maltese culture.
Grants are available for this course through the Erasmus In-Service Training programme. We are able to assist you in submitting your request for a grant to cover all the costs associated with this course. These include travel, accommodation, subsistence and course fees. The course fee is €745 and includes participation, all course materials including USB flash drive, pre-course preparation and post course-support, a welcome meal on Sunday, 2 guided excursions, refreshments and lunches on course days.
For questions and more information, please feel free to email us on:
The closing date for funding applications with the National Agencies is the 17th March 2014 at noon. Your first step is to pre-register for the course, you can do so online here. As soon as you do this, you will receive a letter from us confirming that we have provisionally reserved a place for you on our course.
Certificate and Materials
A certificate will be issued to all participants who successfully complete the course. Course materials including paper and electronic documents will be supplied on a memento USB flash drive. Participants will also be offered online support when they get back to school!
Accommodation & Travel
Different accommodation options are available close to the course venue, we will be happy to assist you in making arrangements. In general, accommodation rates will range anywhere between €35 to €100+ per night. Airport transfers will cost in the region of €15 both ways.
You can download the course brochure with more detailed information below. Please also feel free to visit the Photos and the Participants' Feedback sections of our website to have a look at last year's experience, which was very rewarding for all involved.
Getting to the School
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