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Comenius Multilateral Projects

Comenius

Comenius Multilateral Projects are undertaken by partnerships working to improve the initial or in-service training of teachers and other categories of personnel working in the school education sector.

Their aim is to develop strategies or exchange experiences to give rise to an identifiable outcome--e.g. a new curriculum, training course, methodology, teaching strategy, teaching material--which meets the needs of a defined group of educational staff.

The types of projects that can be undertaken include:

  • adaptation, development, testing, implementation and dissemination of new curricula, training courses or materials
  • adaptation, development, testing, implementation and dissemination of new teaching methodologies and pedagogical strategies
  • provision of a framework for the organisation of mobility activities for student teachers.

Comenius Multilateral Projects are a centralised action; this means that they are managed directly by the European Commission rather than by Léargas.



For more information, visit http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/funding/2012/index_en.php .