Project website: http://eschool4s.eu/concrete/
Basic idea of the eSchool4S project is to create a multi-national and multi-level network involving stakeholders in the education sector, teacher training institutions, schools, teachers, and classes in the joint development, testing, demonstration and dissemination of innovative e-teaching concepts for secondary schools in the Danube Region.
Specific focus of the eSchool4S is on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in line with European strategies and policies, such as:
- The EU Strategy for the Danube Region
- Europe 2020 initiative – Energy 2020
Key actions planned for the eSchool4S:
- Facilitating of the eSchool4S network fostering international collaboration and exchange between teacher training institutes, schools, teachers and classes from different countries in the Danube Region.
- Establishment of the web-based eSchool4S platform.
- Execution of a study on the status of innovation in the thematic fields of the eSchool4S (updated annually).
- Design, development and testing of web-based e-teaching concepts.
- ESD competence training of teachers on how to implement the eSchool4S concept in their classes.
- Demonstration of the eSchool4S concept and the use of the eSchool4S materials.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Landesbüro Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, Germany – Tobias Seiberlich, Maria Carciumaru
Landesakademie für Fortbildung und Personalentwicklung an Schulen, Esslingen, Germany – Brigitte Hertlein-Puchta
Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria – Angelika Auer
Nyíregyházi Főiskola, Nyíregyháza, Hungary – Judit Vallner
Academia Istropolitana Nova, Svätý Jur, Slovakia – Zuzana Štefániková
Aquilonis, Zagreb, Croatia – Predrag Pale, Vesna Kezdorf
Filozofski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, Serbia – Danijela Petrović
Terra Mileniul III, București, Romania – Lavinia Andrei, Cristian-Mihai Enescu
e-code, Krupina, Slovakia – Radoslav Vician
|This project is funded by the Comenius Multilateral Networks action of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.|