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The project "Mobile Lernbegleiter" is a network of schools coordinated by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education and Women’s Affairs. 


Implementation of the Belgian Cross-Curricular Final Objectives through an Olympic and Paralympic Sports Day organised by the Higher Technical Institute Sint-Antonius (HTISA) in Gent, Belgium.





The project was developed by the Tiger Leap Foundation with the aim of encouraging and improving the use of ICT resources in the teaching and learning process. The video explains the importance of developing ICT skills in the Estonian secondary school Tallina Realkool.


The video is about the Jyväskylä Teacher Training School's experience of the 'Co-Designing Learning Environments' project which aimed at adapting the school's physical learning environment to better support the teaching and learning of key competences considered important for the 21st century.





This video shows the award ceremony in which the Collège Léo Drouyn in Vérac (France) won the School Prize for its initiative 'Competences and Self-Esteem', a pedagogical project on competence based teaching and evaluation.








Peer learning visit to St. Mark's Community School, one of 24 pilot schools in Ireland that introduced Project Maths in 2008. Interview with Seamus Knox, Senior Inspector.


Peer learning visit to St. Colmcille Community School, one of the 48 pilot schools in Ireland currently implementing the Key Skills reform for Junior Cycle. Interview with Leona Harrington, Junior Cycle co-ordinator at the school.

Interview with Leona Harrington, Junior Cycle co-ordinator at the school. (St. Colmcille Community School)


 Interview with Jenny Ní Mhuirí, an Irish language teacher at the school. (St. Colmcille Community School)

Interviews with Mairéad Murphy, Maths teacher, and Eithne Coyne, School Principal. (St. Mark's Community School)


Interview with Katy O'Loughlin, student at the school. (St. Colmcille Community School)

Interview with Mary Gormley and Paula McGonnell, student teachers at a Science Education programme at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, 21 March 2013.








Italian students aged 18 explain which competences they think are the most important and which ones they feel are not taught enough in school.


The Maltese Core Curriculum Programme (CCP) - A competence-based approach for low achievers.





The Cultural Rucksack (Den kulturelle skolesekken) is a national programme for art and culture provided by professionals in Norwegian schools. The programme helps school students to become acquainted with all kinds of professional art and cultural expressions. The video shows an example of implementation of the programme in the Fyrstikkalleen (F21) school in Oslo.





The goal of the Students' Academy project is to find a practical response to the question of how to teach young people about scientific inquiry. The video shows science experiments with eggs held in the Comprehensive Secondary School Complex in Trzemeszno.


The Teaching Tools Database, created by the Educational Research Institute of Poland, provides tasks that stimulate students' critical thinking and reasoning in order for them to acquire better problem solving skills. This video illustrates the presentation of the Teaching Tools Database at a conference targeted at parents.





EduScratch is an initiative aimed at promoting the educational use of a programming language – Scratch. This tool allows the development of computational thinking and has proven to have huge potential in developing different types of skills (digital and subject-relate) in students. The video shows the use of Scratch at the Aiana Primary School.





Peer Learning Visit to CEIP Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente Los Palacios y Villafranca Primary school - Seville, Spain 23 October 2012.


Peer Learning Visit to IES José María Infantes, Utrera Secondary school - Seville, Spain, 23 October 2012





The NTA-program's aims (STA) are to support teachers in their efforts to stimulate students´ curiosity, interests and knowledge in science and technology and to offer conceptual courses for the development of the school's curriculum.


Interview with Kath Grant, Head of Personal Effectiveness, ASDAN, on "building a culture of achievement through the ASDAN certificate of personal effectiveness".





The video produced by JA-YE shows the added value of the Global Enterprise Challenge in education. Students are encouraged to work with other people in a multicultural environment, to learn skills useful for their future job and to understand the importance of entrepreneurship.


The Global Enterprise Project brings company volunteers together with students aged 15-18, in order to teach them business and entrepreneurship skills in an international business context.

The Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning - Helping teachers develop students' entrepreneurial skills through any subject.


Teachers talk about the need for innovative educational methodologies, the need for change, the concerns and the benefits of using new technologies.


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