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Scientix 10th SPWatFCL Brussels 26-28 February 2016: Eramus KA1 Mobility Schemes for Beginners

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Session IV - Workshop A: Eramus KA1 Mobility Schemes for Beginners. Held during the 10th Science Projects Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab, Brussels, 26-28 February 2016

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Scientix 10th SPWatFCL Brussels 26-28 February 2016: Eramus KA1 Mobility Schemes for Beginners

  1. 1. The work presented in this document/ workshop is supported by the European Commission’s FP7 programme – project Scientix 2 (Grant agreement N. 337250), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of this document/workshop is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission, and the Commission is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein. Erasmus KA1 Mobility Schemes for Beginners Elena Turci, 10th SPW, Brussels, European Schoolnet, 27-28/02/2016
  2. 2. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 2 Goals of the Workshop Schedule • Get familiar with Erasmus+ and its individual mobility schemes through an hands-on approach • The learning outcomes may be useful to set up a proposal for Erasmus+ KA2 or Europe for Citizens • 15-20 mins: presentation, • 15-20 mins: group work, • 10 mins: outcomes presentation
  3. 3. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 3 What is Erasmus+ Erasmus+ replaces seven programmes bringing together: • The Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius, Grundtvig and Jean Monnet) • Youth in Action • Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink • The new sport action.
  4. 4. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 4 The 3 Key Actions KA1, KA2, KA3 Key Action 1: LEARNING MOBILITY OF INDIVIDUALS Key Action 2: COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES Key Action 3: SUPPORT POLICY REFORMS
  5. 5. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 5 KA1 Key Action 1 supports mobility in the fields of education, training and youth sectors, in order to bring long lasting benefits to the participants and the organisations involved. The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) takes care of the selection of projects under: Large Scale European Voluntary Service Events Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees The other strands of KA1 are managed nationally by the National Agencies.
  6. 6. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 6 Let’s go to the UK National Agency website BUT! Before Starting: 1. Read the Call for Proposals and Programme Guide on your country National Agency website. 2. Applications for funding are made at an organisational level. 3. It is necessary to have partners from abroad - to find partners you can use eTwinning, or your personal contacts, or even LinkedIn. 4. You can submit your proposal in the official language of the country where the National Agency is located. 5. Only one of the partners – the coordinator – submits the application and must submit it to the National Agency of its country. 6. You must have registered on the European Commission Authentication Service (ECAS) and obtained your Participant Identification Code (PIC) from the Participant Portal (URF).
  7. 7. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 7 Some more things you may wish to know… 1) Is there a document explaining in details EVERYTHING? YES 1) By when should I submit my proposal? DEADLINES! 1) How do I actually submit my application? What do I have to provide? THE “FORM” (*) All the elements have the same priority: “1”
  8. 8. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 8 What I am actually supposed to do? Let’s get cracking! Teaching or training abroad: Mobility for school staff (Key Action 1) ‘Mobility’ usually means to spend time abroad. Mobility projects can cover one or more of the following: study courses, observation, job shadowing, training, and teaching. Mobility for VET learners and staff (Key Action 1) Learners can spend time in a work place to gain experience or at a VET school where they will also spend time in industry. Staff can also benefit from funding opportunities to support their professional development or by job shadowing. Mobility for young people and youth workers (Key Action 1)
  9. 9. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 9 Mobility for school staff (Key Action 1) School staff mobility activity could include: a teaching assignment: allowing staff of school education organisations to teach at a partner organisation abroad; staff training: supporting the professional development of school staff (including non- teaching staff) in either: participation in structured courses or training events abroad; or a job shadowing/observation period abroad in any relevant organisation active in school education.
  10. 10. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 10 Mobility for school staff (Key Action 1) The project lasts from between one to two years, but for individuals or groups the effective time abroad can span from two days to two months. Mobility projects are transnational, and so all project activity - except structured courses or training events - must involve at least two schools. To successfully apply for funding for a Key Action 1, the project should be aiming to support the professional development of some or all of the school staff, as a part of the school’s European Development Plan.
  11. 11. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 11 I am running out of ideas… where can I find some inspiration? http://ec.europa.eu/progra mmes/erasmus- plus/projects/
  12. 12. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 12 Basic To-Do-List: Idea & Eligibility Criteria Looking for partners to Implement the Idea Form Filling & Extra Research
  13. 13. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 13 Let’s Do It! 1. We will split in groups 2. Each member of the group will have 2 minutes to present her/himself, what her/his school can offer, which are, in her/his opinion the needs of the school. While listening, please, take notes. 3. Each group will have 10 minutes to think about a KA1 project created according to the schools needs and resources. 4. Each group will pick a spokesperson, who will outline the project for the colleagues in 3 minutes. the important thing is the overall idea/programme, if you think your project may be viable, stay in touch!
  14. 14. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 14 Presentations
  15. 15. Scientix | Elena Turci 26-28/02/2016 | Brussels 10th Science Project Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab 15 Thank you! How to gain some deeper insight: -Erasmus+ website -National Agencies: if you have queries, you can write them in your mother tongue. They may also offer webinars and handbooks. -E-Twinning Sources: https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/actions/key-action-1-learning-mobility-individuals https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/

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