The European Training Foundation (ETF) invites educators from Eastern partner countries to apply for the ETF new Learning Award 2022.
You can apply for the competition if you have ideas for innovative practices that can contribute to new pedagogical approaches, the use of digital technology for teaching and learning, increased social inclusion of students, innovation in the curriculum or contribution to key competences and new skills.
These practices can be used in different learning contexts: initial vocational education and training, adult education, continuing professional development, higher education, non-formal learning, intra-company learning.
The deadline for entries is 22 July.
The award ceremony will take place at the ETF New Learning Event in Turin, Italy, in November 2022.
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