What is Telle?
Teaching and Learning for Life in Europe (Telle) is an international adult education project funded by the Erasmus+ program of the EU. The purpose of the project is to develop adult educator's internationalization as well as general and professional competences. The international project activities include 5 transnational training events and 2 teaching visits.
Telle project focuses in new innovative education methods, ICT, and English skills. Teachers of all partner organizations will learn to utilize photographs, video clips, and social media applications. They will also learn about using a website to teach, train, and market their workshops and courses locally and internationally.
In Telle, five adult education organizations create together new ways of teaching and learning for life.
Kerava Adult Education Center, project coordinator, City of Kerava, Finland
Foundation Tuuru, Estonia
Rogaland School and Business Development, Norway
Landesverband der Volkshochschulen Sachsen-Anhalt e.V., Germany
Transnational Training Events and Teaching Visits
Transnational training events
Norway: 25–29 November 2015: Kick Off and Innovative Methods of Teaching
Estonia: 18–22 May 2016: Learning to Learn
Germany: 8–12 June 2016: Together for a Stronger Europe
Iceland: 18–21 August 2016: Combine and Create
Finland: 7–11 June 2017: Teaching and Learning for Life
Iceland, February 2016
Germany, February 2017
Telle Work plan:
Telle project is financed by the European Union Erasmus+ programme. In Finland, Erasmus+ programmes are managed by CIMO, the national agency for the European Union’s education and youth programmes.
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