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Euneos was the first to introduce use of tablets in EU courses 2011

It was still the time of Comenius 2 courses when Viljenka Savli, the Slovenian pioneer of pedagogic tablet use, started to give iPad training in Midnight Sun courses of Euneos in Inari, Finnish Lapland in 2011. Android or Windows tablets

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Training teachers of migrants in Finland – a country with a challenge of immigration

High-standard education for migrants in Finland – shared in #ErasmusPlus courses to European schools. New methods with help of ICT. Get training in a country where immigration is a real challenge, more in https://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=1425

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Governable immigration – what should it be like?

What should ”governable immigration” be like in the European Union? Give your comments on the following issues! 1 Proactive measurements in departure countries? 2 Systematic and protective border guard control at the outer borders of the EU? 3 Fair distribution

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School education with Erasmus+ in Helsinki and/or Tallinn – sorry no beaches :-(

There are really nice beaches in Helsinki and Tallinn. Unfortunately, they are hot enough only in summer. So, Euneos FI can’t offer sun bathing experiences as part of our Erasmus+ courses in Finland or Estonia. Schools are closed in both

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Mobile learning

‘Tap-Swipe-Pinch. Tablets changing the way to learn and teach’ offers you best practice approaches and practical examples for using iPads and tablets in lessons and education. Erasmus+ course for Schools, http://www.tap-swipe-pinch.com/ https://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=79 • 18-24 March 2018, Benalmadena/Malaga, Spain.CONFIRMED, still places.

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Joking with Erasmus Minus

Now that ErasmusPlus is gradually coming to an end, it’s time to launch some new Erasmus Minus courses: Let’s make your school less international We couldn’t care less about the continent. But we still like your money. Join our Erasmus

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Finland received 32500 migrants in 2015, which led to great organisational arrangements in the small country. Practical-minded Finns started to develop new educational approaches and methods to face the new challenge. The first Erasmus+ Migrants course in Helsinki in April 2017 succeeded very well. Now Euneos has been able to confirm two Migrants courses, one 13-19 April and the other one 23-29 September 2018. There are still places in both courses. Read more in https://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=1425.

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