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Renforcer la dimension éducative européenne de « Bologne » et créer un organe partenarial pour l’intégration de la dimension européenne dans l’enseignement de base

November 14, 2011 – 12:36 |

Inscrire l’Europe à l’école

Dans l’enseignement pri­maire et sec­ondaire : Créer en parte­nar­iat étroit avec le Con­seil de l’Europe et les organ­i­sa­tions de la société civile con­cernées, un organe de coor­di­na­tion et d’évaluation de l’intégration de la …

Strenghten the European educational dimension of the Bologna reform and create a coordination body for the integration of European studies in primary and secondary education

November 14, 2011 – 12:34 |

A more promi­nent place for Europe in schools

In pri­mary and sec­ondary edu­ca­tion: cre­ate, in close part­ner­ship with the Coun­cil of Europe and rel­e­vant civil soci­ety organ­i­sa­tions, a coor­di­na­tion body to eval­u­ate the inte­gra­tion of the European …

Istepec: “a professional revolution” says teacher

May 18, 2011 – 10:26 |

In the white paper, we claim that schools now face three inter­re­lated challenges:

offer­ing lively and prac­ti­cal courses on insti­tu­tional Europe,
stim­u­lat­ing active cit­i­zen­ship and encour­ag­ing inter­cul­tural meet­ings, and
hor­i­zon­tal Euro­pean integration.

Today, teach­ing Europe is often lim­ited to courses on …

Should Europe be part of the schoolteachers’ training?

May 16, 2011 – 15:13 |

Euro­pean affairs is more than a jour­nal­ists’ inter­est. It is about the daily-life of every cit­i­zens. Euro­peans should be able to under­stand what is at stake. To that end they need to know how the EU