Europeana is Europe's digital platform for cultural heritage, providing free online access to over 53 million digitised items drawn from Europe's museums, archives, libraries and galleries. Selected teachers will enhance the Europeana Teacher Ambassadors team and must come from 12 different European countries, teaching either in secondary or primary education and covering a range of disciplines and curriculum topics.
The teachers will be required to support the project by leading the development of additional Learning Scenarios with Europeana content; promote and adopt these resources at the national level; facilitate the Europeana Teacher User Group, by coordinating the work of 10 teachers in their country and participate in two face-to-face workshops per project year, one to take place in the beginning of each academic year and one to be held at the end. The first workshop will take place in the Future Classroom Lab in Brussels between 30 November and 1 December 2018.
Selected teachers must have experience in producing learning resources, be proficient in English (understanding, writing, reading, and listening), have an interest in learning and sharing experiences and good practices and an interest in creating cultural content.
Read more about the project, the full terms and conditions as well as the application form for the teams here.Back