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Erasmus+ courses about teaching migrant students in Helsinki in May and September 2018

Why does Euneos recommend you to choose Erasmus+ course “ICT in Teaching Newly-Arrived migrants”? It’s because we think that such a course in Helsinki metropolitan area is really an adequate learning event for your school or institution if you are

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Should #ErasmusPlus courses be forbidden because of lacking “net positivism”?

Video conferences in the Internet are a great contribution to in-service teacher training. How far can they cover the need of IST training? Would it be possible that, for example, today’s #ErasmusPlus courses on the spot could be replaced by

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Erasmus+ courses about digital topics

You may ask why so many courses of Euneos are about different topics of digitalisation. It’s because we think that digital turn in schools is not only technological but essentially pedagogic. Unlike in pedagogy before, teachers learn digital things by

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Euneos courses make a difference. Schools prefer. Write a winning application for #ErasmusPlus Call 2018 with our support, http://www.euneosmedia.com

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Don’t buy a pig in a poke – a checklist for #ErasmusPlus KA1 courses

Erasmus+ KA1 courses are mushrooming. The main part of 2298 course titles are offered in the UK (23, 6 %) and in South Europe: Italy, Spain, Greece, Malta and Portugal (45,3 %). The number of actual courses must be manifold.

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We know in Helsinki what it means to educate migrants. Finland received 32500 new migrants in 2015, and the country has taken 2078 refugees from Greece and Italy, which is 93,9 % of the quota agreed in the EU in 2015.

Varia vocational college in Helsinki capital city area is the biggest educator of newly-arrived migrants. Euneos FI organises #ErasmusPlus courses to teachers of migrants together with Varia. The next Migrants course in Helsinki 13-19 May 2018, more in https://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=1425.

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We know in Helsinki what it means to educate migrants. Finland received 32500 new migrants in 2015, and the country has taken 2078 refugees from Greece and Italy, which is 93,9 % of the quota agreed in the EU in 2015.

Varia vocational college in Helsinki capital city area is the biggest educator of newly-arrived migrants. Euneos FI organises #ErasmusPlus courses to teachers of migrants together with Varia. The next Migrants course in Helsinki 13-19 May 2018, more in https://www.euneoscourses.eu/?p=1425.

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