Being a teacher or trainer is not only about lecturing facts to students or learners. By spending time with our students (either in person or online) we have a unique position to have a direct impact on different areas of their lives. This is especially relevant in cases where students/learners do not have good role models in their lives. It is important they have someone who connects with them and supports them also in the process of learning and developing emotional and social skills.
The high prevalence worldwide of stress among young people, the small rise in life satisfaction, and the synergy between learning and pleasant emotions all argue that teachers and trainers need to focus also on teaching the skills of emotional intelligence and ability to establish emotional balance. We need teachers and trainers who can strengthen learners’ ability and skills to perceive, recognize, understand, and manage emotions as well as their ability to connect with others in a supportive and meaningful way.
Date: 27th May 2021 at 15:00 Central European Time (Brussels)
Location: Live streaming on Facebook page Erasmus+ Courses by Primera and YouTube channel Erasmus by Primera.
The 14th edition is open to all the innovative teaching practice using different digital tools. Traditional methods for teaching are already going through a transformation to adapt to the needs of 21st-century students and to enhance the professional practice of teachers. The digital future is literally happening now. Not just because of pandemic, but because of the needs of Digital Indigenous generations.
The conference is free of charge, held in English.
Share your digital best practice with teacher community. Apply as presenter and showcase your work. All the presenters receive a Certificate of Oral Presentation.
All the listeners are welcome to join this international gathering of teachers. Share and invite also your teacher colleagues to join. Apply now by clicking the button below.
We will announce the agenda after the selection among the presentations, no later than 20th May 2021.
We have some terrific news! On the 13th of April, we are starting with our ONLINE COURSE DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT with the trainer Milica Vukadin.
The programme includes various important topics, tools and activities, you can use with your students in an online environment or in the classroom.
Module 1: Live lesson interactivity tools & activities (Spin the Wheel and Flipgrid);
Module 2: Various types of content creation & activities (Genial.ly);
Module 3: Digital tools for formative assessment & activities (Mentimeter, Quizlet);
Module 4: Interactivity beyond the screen 1 (effective grouping, games, and activities);
Module 5: Interactivity beyond the screen 2 (flashcards, classroom props, and sound effects).
Sessions' dates: 13. 4. (M1), 15. 4. (M2), 17. 4. (M3), 20. 4. (M4), 22. 4. (M5), all from 17:00 to 18:30 Central European Time (Brussels).
Trainer: Milica Vukadin, Course fee: 190€
A short video introduction to the training in available here.
Would you like to join us?
There is still some days to apply via email: email@example.com
The new Erasmus programme 2021-2027 has been launched.
The Erasmus+ Programme Guide published on 25 March 021.
Download the new Erasmus+ Programme Guide here:
Special Edition on Growth Mindset
Dr. Dweck found that people’s theories about their own intelligence had a significant impact on their motivation, effort, and approach to challenges. Those who believe their abilities are malleable are more likely to embrace challenges and persist despite failure. This model of the fixed vs. growth mindset shows how cognitive, affective, and behavioral features are linked to one’s beliefs about the malleability of their intelligence. By helping students to develop a growth mindset, we can help them to learning more effective and efficient.
The 13th edition of the Pan-EU Conference will be devoted to explore teaching practices for cultivating a growth mindset in a classroom.
The conference is free of charge, held in English on 22nd of April 2021 from 15:00 to 16:30 Central European Time.
Practical Use of the Growth Mindset Strategies in Primary school
Kristina Ločniškar, Helena Mai Osojnik, Tanja Slanšek Marinšek, Primary School Marije Vere
Developing Growth Mindset Through Robotics Activities
Fernando Antunez Cid, Kauno Simono Daukanto Progimnazija
Growth Mindset - A Key Asset To Be Discovered in Narrative Texts
Denisa Dumitrescu, Scoala Gimnaziala "Carol I"
Growth Mindset and Creativity Development
Jasminka Belščak, Primary School Petrijanec
Resilience in Secondary School
Elena Buneru, County Centre for Resources and Educational Assistance
Apply now by clicking the button below.
Contribute to Growth Mindset Padlet
Would you like to present your Growth Mindset best practice, but you don't want to talk in front of teachers? You can still present and get a Certificate of Poster Presentation. Prepare a Power Point (or some other type) of presentation on Growth Mindset practice you use in your own class. Upload it to the conference Padlet until 22nd April 2021.
Please note, presentation should be in English. We will consider only the presentations about Growth Mindset best practice. Please do not upload any theoretical articles.
Looking forward to circling all the teaching ideas.
Participate in Growth Mindset Mentimeter
Share your thoughts and ideas about the Growth Mindset on Mentimeter. We will present the answers at the 13th Pan-EU Conference on Digital Education. By creating this collection of thoughts and ideas you help the community of teachers to grow. The results will be also published in Pan-EU Conference on Digital Education Facebook group.
Teaching students with growth mindset is cultivating an environment, where individuals believe their ability and talents can improve over time with hard work and effort. By fostering a growth mindset, students are taught to embrace challenges with open arms, and failure is viewed a learning experience.
An inspiring online learning opportunity for adult trainers
Integrating knowledge and skills of emotional intelligence and empathy into the learning process has the power to improve student motivation, engagement, and accomplishment by helping them to manage intense emotions, encourage and savor pleasant emotions and optimism, increase emotional resilience, build empathy and meaningful social relationships, and find greater meaning and satisfaction in learning process or learning environment.
This online training will equip participants with knowledge and skills for creating a learning environment where emotions play an important role in the learning process. Participants will learn how to strengthen awareness and management of emotions, how to support learners in creating emotional balance and how to encourage empathy and supportive relationships.
Foundations: this online training is part of Erasmus+ KA2 project FLOW: Fun, Learning, Opportunities, Well-Being ( KA2020-1-ES01-KA204-083267), in which international partnership explores best practices in adult teaching and training.
Registrations are closed.
Join us as a presenter or as a listener
Welcome to join us on our 12th Pan-European Conference on Digital education meant for teachers all across Europe to share experiences and learn from each other about good practices of online learning. The conference is free of charge, held in English on 25th of March 2021 from 15:00 to 16:30 Central European Time. The participants will get a certificate of attendance.
Apply as a listener now by clicking the button below.
21 Competences Through Inquiry-based Learning
Mariana Mustata and Cateluta Enciu, Colegiul National "Costache Negri", Scoala Gimnaziala nr. 33 Galati
Stimulating Reflection in An Online Environment
Diana-Maria Beldiman, Petre Ispirescu Secondary School of Bucharest
Starters of Joy in Distance Learning
Ozgu Ozturk, Cakmakli Cumhuriyet Anadolu Lisesi
Let's Read Together!
Denisa Dumitreschu, Scoala Gimnaziala "Carol I"
Online Interactive Digital Literacy Activities
Natalie Lombardi Calleja and Roberta Trapani Maggi, Secretariat for Catholic Education
Making Art Interactive with Remote Work
Klaudija Košenina, Osnovna šola Laško
Flipped Classroom: Empower Students for Their Learning Journey
Do you know what a flipped classroom means? It is a way to motivate students to learn in a different way. Instead of a lecturer, teacher becomes more of a mentor. His role is empowering students when they're experimenting and learning through different methods, such as watching videos, collaborating in discussions, or carrying out research at home while engaging in concepts in the classroom. This kind of teaching empowers students since they are developing various skills during the learning process, as well as it raises their level of engagement. If you are interested in how to make your classroom a flipped classroom, even in an online environment, join us at the 11th Pan-European Conference on Digital Education.
The conference is free of charge, held in English on 25th of February 2021 from 15:00 to 16:30 Central European Time. The participants will get a certificate of attendance.
Apply now by clicking the button below.
True flipped learning turns classroom time into a more individualized experience. Instead of an instructor addressing all students as a group, learners move at their own pace or in small groups to apply their knowledge in hands-on ways; this allows for a more differentiated experience overall. By a flipped classroom we empower students to take responsibility for their learning journey.
Combining Gamification and Flipped Classroom to Improve Students’ Engagement in Higher Education
Giada Marinensi, Link Campus University
Teachers Teach Teachers
Rob Senden, IVOC Training Centre of the Belgian Fashion and Clothing Industry
Web Solutions for Flipped Classroom: Edpuzzle
Alina-Marilena Dica, Seminarul Teologic Ortodox, Craiova
Web Solutions for Flipped Classroom: Screencast-O-Matic
Simona Negru, Ghindeni School, Ghindeni
Project-Oriented Training at Modatex
João Melo e Costa, Modatex, Porto
Migration Socratic Seminar
Ivana Stiglec, 1st High School Osijek
Contribute to Padlet
Would you like to present your flipped classroom best practice, but you don't want to talk in front of teachers? You can still present and get a Certificate of Poster Presentation. Prepare a Power Point (or some other type) of presentation on flipped classroom practice you use in your own class. Upload it to the conference Padlet until 25th February 2021.
Please note, presentation should be in English. We will consider only the presentations about flipped classroom best practice. Please do not upload any theoretical articles.
Looking forward to circling all the teaching ideas.
Participate in Mentimeter
Share your thoughts and ideas about the Flipped Classroom on Mentimeter. We will present the answers at the 11th Pan-EU Conference on Digital Education. By creating this collection of thoughts and ideas you help the community of teachers to grow. The results will be also published in Pan-EU Conference on Digital Education Facebook group.
A Training Programme for Co-Working & Start-Up Incubators Managers in the Era of Circular Economy
Get inspired with European stories and best cases of circular economy, which you can use in your teaching practice.
Book your time on 5 February 2021, from 15:00 to 17:00 Central European Time (Brussels).
ASTRID HOGMO, Norway
Go Circular - Boosting youth entrepreneurship in rural areas through co-working and start-up incubators in the era of circular economy
BORIS FARTEK, Slovenia
Working with wood as part of circular economy
MICHAEL PLESNER, Denmark
Creating circular buildings - an opportunity for young entrepreneurs
KYRRE KALSETH, Norway
EqualsPlus - Circular Design & Architecture
LAURA GALLO, Italy
FungoBox - The new life of coffee waste
EMANUELA BARBANO, Italy
Biova Beer - Beer against waste
Get engaged and ask your questions
Join the webinar and:
Webinar date: 5 February 2021, from 15:00 to 17:00.
Locations: FB Erasmus+ by Primera, FB GO Circular, FB Ciape, YouTube Erasmus by Primera.
Apply now by clicking the button below.
At our 9th Pan-European Conference on Digital Education Petra Lepoša, psychotherapist, project lead and trainer in Primera, guided participants through a breathing meditation. In holidays season, as well as in other times, this kind of meditation can help you and your students to relax and better cope with stress.
Here is the recording of the breathing meditation, so you can listen to it whenever you would like:
If you would like to know more practices like this and take good care of yourself and others in the uncertain times we are in right now, you are welcome to join our online course "Wellbeing in uncertain times". The trainer of the course is Petra Lepoša. Read more information about the course by clicking the button below.
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