On December 10, at 2:30 pm, the Erasmus+ Education and Training and Youth in Action National Agencies will broadcast the Good Practices 2020 Event alive awarding the BP prizes to the Erasmus+ projects that stood out in 2019.
Aiming at highlighting the type of projects that Erasmus+ supports in the context of the various key actions, enabling the recognition and dissemination of the activities carried out and the results achieved, increasing the impact of the selected projects, transferring their tangible and intangible results, to other target groups: stakeholders, decision makers, etc. and further promote the quality in education and training, inspiring others to participate and develop similar initiatives (with or without EU support), which can thus support and accelerate change through learning that results from the sharing of practices and knowledge. The National Agencies, based on the assessments of the projects Final Reports and on a set of qualitative and quantitative criteria, common to all Europe and established by the Erasmus+ Programme, have selected the projects that stood out from the others for their relevance in terms of priorities in the field youth, sport, education and training, as well as good financial management.
At this year’s event, which counts on the interventions of the Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Manuel Heitor, of the Secretary of State for Youth and Sports, João Paulo Rebelo, 25 projects will be awarded, 14 from the School Education, Vocational Education and Training, Higher Education and Adult Education sectors and 11 from the Youth and Sport areas.
In this National Agencies initiative, you can also attend to a communication on the Dissemination and Exploitation of Erasmus+ Results by Manola Peschieri, Commissioner in the Stakeholder Engagement and Programme Impact Unit of the Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (EAC), from European Commission.
The European Language Label Competition 2020 will also be awarded. This competition aims at highlighting innovative projects in the field of language teaching and learning, reward new methods of language teaching and raise the community’s awareness of regional and minority languages.
To attend the event, register here.