What can the European Union do to tackle climate change and environmental challenges? How could we better face future health challenges? What kind of society should the EU support in the fields of education, culture, youth and sports? …
With the Conference on the Future of Europe, the EU has launched a unique occasion for young people to shape Europe’s future. As secondary school teachers, you can trigger key contributions from your students and create a genuine experience with participatory democracy in your class.
The results of this pan-European debate will feed into the discussions of European Citizens’ Panels towards concrete ideas and proposals to the European institutions on the way forward for the EU by spring 2022. And all European institutions have committed to follow-up.
eTwinning is the largest teachers' network in Europe. It provides a platform to enable teaching staff to create collaborative projects with one or more schools from different countries. It also offers webinars, competitions and learning events. There are a number of tools for professional development and members can win recognition for their best projects through quality labels and eTwinning awards.
The School Education Gateway is a platform for teachers, headteachers, policy-makers, experts and other professionals in the school education field. As well as the latest news and resources, its Teacher Academy offers professional development opportunities for teachers through online and on-site courses.
There is also a dedicated section to support Erasmus+ applicants and participants, which offers various opportunities for staff working in the education sector.