Jean Monnet Teacher Training project

Project title logo Multiscale EU

MultiScale EU addresses the overall need for an effective, motivating and pedagogically transferable EU training aimed at teachers, schools
and VET providers of all ISCED 1-4 levels. A skilled and diverse team of academics, technicians, trained teachers and supporting partners
carefully designed the working plan and allocated resources to implement a comprehensive project strategy to trigger medium and longterm systemic change: targeted interventions and a consistent communication and dissemination strategy will both achieve localised
results and engender positive feedback loops on other beneficiaries.

Parallel WPs ensure:

  • an intensive experimentation of EU-exploitable solutions in the Italian laboratory: tailor-made learning resources and training
    opportunities differentiated by all school levels, disciplinary learning objectives, general/vocational paths; higher education EU module and
    textbook for under-graduate, graduate, vocational courses eligible for teaching careers; research and policy advocacy promoting a
    “multiscale” vision for teachers’ training in cross-curricular civic education.
  • a direct and relentlessly fostered cross-national dimension: deliverables and learning resources available in 8 languages, targeted local
    training events in 6 EU countries, 3 Trans-national Summer Schools covering all participation costs for 20 EU teachers/year, a helpdesk to
    help less experienced teachers accessing EU opportunities, a Joint Advanced Training Program enhancing European inter-university
    partnerships;
  • local adaptations and counselling to school, with a specific focus on EU Green skills and EU citizenship education vertical curriculum
    learning objectives; Massive Open Online Students’ Assemblies and bottom-up EU inspiration for teachers;
  • the EU supranational projection: an international publication, a Policy Brief Launch in Brussels and two trans-national Academic
    Seminars aimed at contributing to the development and debate on the European Education Area