Launch of the Council of Europe Education Portal for Online Learning

COE | March 12, 2019

Almost 300 resources, one master class and 10 self-learning courses are available on the new Council of Europe Education Portal for Online Learning launched today.The aim of the Education Portal is to make available to the education professionals across Europe the practical teaching and training resources developed during the years within the framework of Council of Europe projects. By using these resources and developing new competences via the courses offered, education professionals can contribute to build a democratic culture in their schools and communities. Resources listed in the portal’s catalogue can be consulted for free and education professionals and learners can sign in to take self-learning courses structured at their own pace.The master classes are organised by the Council of Europe Secretariat. Interested candidates can apply online and will have interactive exchanges with their coaches and peers exploring key topics, during a period of 3-4 weeks through activities, resources and tasks. The dates and the application procedure will be announced on the Education Portal.

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