GI Pedagogy - ERASMUS involvement

Pleased to say that after a break of a year, as I mentioned in the previous post on the blog, I am back in the ERASMUS game with my colleagues from King's Ely.
We have been fortunate to have funding for not one, but two projects. The project starts today.

We are part of a group of partners who have gained funding from the British Council for a project which is called GI Pedagogy.
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This is a follow up to a previous project called GI Learner,
which I was involved with as one of the partners, and co-ordinated the project on behalf of the school. This ran from 2016-18, and the excellent resources and training materials that we created can all be accessed here.

This one is coordinated by St. Mary's University, Twickenham - co-ordinated by Sophie Wilson.

It still includes some familiar names to this blog, along with some new partners.

- EuroGeo, Belgium (Karl Donert)
- Ghent University, Belgium (Luc Zwartjes)
- Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Madrid, Spain)
- Liceul Teoretic "Dimitrie Cantemir" - Iasi, Romania (Diana Prodan)

The project will have its own website and social media feeds which I shall share here in good time. I will also share some headline activity here as well over the next 3 years. Looking forward to getting started on it....

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