Erasmus+ is a renowned international EU programme for education, training, youth mobility, and cooperation with institutions and organisations in the field of youth education and sports.
Erasmus+ projects carried out in cooperation with International School
Erasmus+ provides students, teachers and people around Europe with an opportunity to study, attend training programmes, participate in international projects, volunteer or find employment abroad. The goal of the Erasmus+ programme is to enhance and support the development of education and training, strengthen the link between formal and non-formal education and learning, and improve the cooperation between education and the labour market.
The EngLife Project: Strengthening English Teachers' Digital Readiness
The project is designed to provide teachers with important skills and knowledge which they will transfer to other teachers so they, too, can implement innovative approaches to language teaching, i.e. the EngLife methodology that is the base of this project.
The Teach the Future Project: Using Environmental Education to Achieve Environmental Awareness
Even before we could all notice the consequences of climate change, EU politics recognized this burning issue, and we all know that problems are solved through adequate education. For this reason, the European Commission introduced the Education for Climate Coalition as the leading initiative for tackling climate change in partnership with education.
PT4ASD project: Empowering and improving capacities of institutions in order to help young people with ASD
The project PT4ASD includes building an online platform to benefit all the people of interest and improve the competencies and professional development of educators who work with students with ASD. This project also aims to raise awareness about students with ASD and promote inclusion.
The topic of Micro Community coopeRative @ School strategic cooperation project is the development of an innovative pedagogical approach for the promotion of entrepreneurial skills among students aged 12 to 18. International School, as part of the LINK educational alliance, will represent our corporation and participate in this exceptional project.
EngLife Galway trip brought memories for life
Computer Science teacher, Milić Vukojičić, together with Year 11 students, Elena Vezenkoska and Damjan Vezenkoski, got back from a seven days trip to Galway, Ireland, where they worked on Erasmus+ “EngLife” project. To Mr Milić Vukojičić, the project trip was a fantastic experience: “We were impressed with the Atlantic Language School’s innovative and effective teaching…
International School representatives went to Ireland for “EngLife” project
International School’s Computer Science teacher, Milić Vukojičić, and Year 11 students Elena and Damjan Vezenkoski went to Ireland for a week in order to work on the Erasmus+ project called “EngLife”. Strengthening schools in preparing students to effectively communicate in English Project “EngLife” aims to strengthen schools in preparing students to effectively communicate in English…
International School at the first transnational meeting of participants of the Erasmus+ project PT4ASD in Turkey
All PT4ASD project participants gathered in Düzce, Turkey, on 16 and 17 February for the first transnational meeting. Partners from Ireland, Spain, Denmark, Greece, Serbia and Turkey introduced the schools and organisations they’re coming from and promoted the good practices. Visit to schools in Turkey for people with special needs only The participants discussed project…
LINKgroup (represented by the International School) and its partners from Europe launched the Erasmus+ project called “MICR@S” during the January kick-off meeting in Brussels
The Erasmus+ project MICR@S (Micro Community coopeRative @ School) has been launched by the European partners, among which is LINKgroup (represented by the International School), during the kick-off meeting which took place on the 17 and 18 of January in Bruxelles. The project intends to provide students with entrepreneurial knowledge so that they can be…
Teaching Climate Report Published
Early in 2020, nine-year-old Sophie asked her teacher “Is it true we’ve only got ten years to save the planet?” At that moment, her teacher was unsure what to say… (Kirby and Webb, 2021) The first result of the Teaching the Future project has been published, looking to provide some recommendations to help answer this…
International School takes part in another international Erasmus+ project
The International School was chosen once again to represent Serbia in the international Erasmus+ project. The goal of the project “Physical therapy as a tool for developing social-emotional, non-verbal communication and relationships skills of young people with ASD” (PT4ASD) is to empower and improve the capacities of institutions to implement social-emotional and non-verbal communication of…
Pushing the boundaries: International School and Tatjana Koluvija awarded the Quality label for “Mindfulness in teaching” project
Creativity, innovations in teaching and dedicated work do pay off. International School and Ms Tatjana Koluvija received the eTwinning national award and the Quality label for the project “Mindfulness in teaching”! Thanks to this, International School students will gain certificates which can be a great addition to their portfolio and therefore improve their competitiveness as…
Environmental education at International School: Climate change education initiative launched in Palermo
Representatives of International School met with their project partners in early March in Palermo to determine further steps within the project Teach the Future. This socially significant project aims to implement climate change education into traditional education systems of the partner countries – Belgium, Italy, Spain, Greece and Cyprus.
International School will participate in another Erasmus+ project: Teach the Future
The International School continues to successfully participate in Erasmus+ projects. This time, our school is part of the Teach the Future project aimed at integrating climate change education into secondary schools.
The next stage of the EngLife project – workshops on digital readiness led by International School teachers
From Monday, 27 September, to Wednesday, 29 September, the International School welcomed partners from Ireland, Italy, Poland, Greece and Estonia who are part of the Erasmus project on implementing the innovative EngLife methodology.