»Best practice results from Erasmus+« - A European conference on Dissemination and Impact in the School Sector
17th – 19th May 2017 in Bonn, Gustav-Stresemann-Institut
In 2017, the 30th anniversary of Erasmus is celebrated both at the European level and across all Programme Countries. At the same time, the mid-term review for the Erasmus+ Programme is scheduled for this year. Against this background, the National Agency of Pädagogischer Austauschdienst invited to a European conference on Dissemination and Impact in the School Sector.
214 participants from 31 programme countries took part in the 2-day conference. On the conference - a transnational cooperation activity (TCA) between National Agencies – about 90 best practice results in the field of school education were presented in thematic workshops and in the conference exhibition. Furthermore, conference participants reflected about success factors for projects and their dissemination and developed visions for the future of European collaboration in the school sector.
Programme [pdf, 5 MB]
The document provides information about the general conference programme, the workshop programme and the exhibition.
Project compendium [pdf, 6 MB]
The Project compendium contains descriptions and results of the projects presented at the conference with links for further information.
Main findings of the working groups [pdf, 232 KB]
The documents highlights the main points of the discussions in the workshops “Identifying success factors for projects and their dissemination” and “Visions for the future of European collaboration in the school sector”
Presentations in the plenary
Heidi Weidenbach-Mattar: Inaugural address
Michael Teutsch: Opening Statement
Short film: Europe needs education – insight into the history of European cooperation in the school sector
Short film: Europe need education
Award ceremony: “Erasmus+ Success stories”
Jim McLucas: Changing Communities - An East London Perspective
Presentations of Erasmus+ Success Stories (plenary, 18th of May)
Eija Liisa Sokka-Meaney, Finland
Eija Liisa Sokka-Meaney, University of Eastern Finland, University Teacher Training School in Joensuu, Finland
Curriculum, the Sustainable Future and Learning Environments in School Development
(School mobility project) [pdf, 2.2 MB]
Rita Montesissa, Italy
Rita Montesissa, Istituto d’istruzione secondaria superiore “Berenini”, Italy
Pedagogical Resources in Teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(Strategic partnership in the field of school education) [pdf, 3.7 MB]
Elvin Smajić (Sweden), Christian Rydberg (Sweden), Anita Lasic (Croatia)
Elvin Smajić (project coordinator), Kungsgaardsskolan, Angelholm, Sweden, Christian Rydberg, Malmoe University, Anita Lasic, Don Mihovil Pavlinovic Primary School, Podgora, Croatia
Life on PromethEUs (Strategic school-to-school partnership) [pdf, 4.9 MB]
Zornitsa Staneva, Foundation for development of the cultural and business potential of civil society, Bulgaria
V.I.S.I.ON – Visual Impairment Social Inclusion ON (Strategic partnership in the field of school education) [pdf, 6.6 MB]