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A day to celebrate Shakespeare, children's reading projects, open access to education, mobile reading in Africa, and lots more...
In March and April 2014, the EURAXESS researchers’ mobility network, is “on the road” visiting 29 places in 22 cities across Europe. Students and anyone interested in an international career in Europe can visit the EURAXESS bus to find out how to apply for EU funding, scholarships, ERASMUS+ programme information etc…
PISA 2012 Results. Creative Problem Solving : Students’ Skills in Tackling Real- Life Situations (Vol. V).
This fifth volume of PISA 2012 results presents an assessment of student performance in creative problem solving, which measures students’ capacity to respond to non-routine situations in order to achieve their potential as constructive and reflective citizens. It provides the rationale for assessing problem-solving skills and describes performance within and across the 44 [...]
While English has become lingua franca in most sciences as regards publication practices and conference language and universities across Europe, not least Germany, are offering study courses in English. The dossier argues that multilingualism is essential in science, and presents recommendations for a complementary use of German and English at German universities.
The BeLL project was funded by the EU from 2011, and co-ordinated by the German Institute for Adult Education (DIE). Its aim is to assess wider benefits of adult learning, praticularly regarding social aspects (i.e. inclusion, well-being). First results were presented in 2014.
In November 2013, the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclsjive Education hosted a conference on inclusive education. First results are presented as key messages for policy makers, researchers and decision makers.