Let’s include intercultural learning and internationalisation opportunities in every subject and aspect of school life!
Explore a range of tools to promote internationalisation both at school and through opportunities abroad
“internationalisation is the intentional and transformative process of including international, intercultural and global dimensions in all aspects of school life – through a whole school approach – in order to enhance the quality of education for all pupils, teachers and staff and to make a meaningful contribution to society”
Mattia Baiutti. Intercultura Assessment Protocol (2019)
In our increasingly multicultural society Intercultural Learning becomes more important every day. We need to provide teachers and their students with relevant competences in order to be active in school and society.
Building on these needs the European Federation for Intercultural Learning (EFIL) is providing resources to promote internationalisation of schools and enhance intercultural competence of secondary school pupils and school staff, through a whole school approach and cooperation with non formal education providers.
The resources showcased on this website have been developed thanks to the Erasmus+ funded projects ‘Intercultural Learning for pupils and teachers’ and ‘Expanding Learning Mobility’ funded by Erasmus+.
If you're a teacher, school counsellor or educational staff with an interest in pupil mobility and internationalisation of schools and want to learn how to better support the automatic recognition…
Are you a teacher in a Erasmus+ accredited school wishing to engage with individual pupil mobility to internationalise your school? This international teacher training is for you! Topic: Intercultural Learning at School –…
EFIL and the partner organisations of the “Intercultural learning for pupils and teachers project” and ”Expanding Learning Mobility” are happy to share their know-how and documents on this site. Please feel free to use them, recognizing, however the work of the many people who contributed to their development. In their reproduction, even partial, please leave explicit reference to EFIL and the above mentioned projects.