To clarify how each partner created their Good Practice and/or what their Good Practice is about here is a Teacher Manual
Great short write up on our Belgian partner’s homepage Erasmus+
Our Hungarian partners had yet an other amazing dissemination event at Poli. In brief volunteers, ie. participants from ComServ spent a couple hours on Saturday showing their importance of community service and Erasmus+ For more details on this amazing non-formal education, peer-to-peer event, check this out.
The fine folks at No Salty shot some video about the Budapest Bike Maffia +1 Sandwich program at Poli. No Salty is most widely watched and read food blog/vlog in Hungary! It was great to have them here! Check out the blog and video here!
In Budpest at Poli there was an open house event today, November 23 and the ComSer team was represented two teachers and 4 students to discuss the ins and outs of Erasmus+. Obviously, ComServ was used as an example to explain how Strategic Partnerships work with student participants talking about their experience both as host […]
It is our pleasure to announce that the ComServ project was awarded the European Quality Label for its work on the EU run eTwinning portal. All the partners made use of the Twinspace. Thus enhancing the projects ability for participants to exchange ideas, information and knowledge. This transfer of knowledge, peer-to-peer teaching, if you […]
So cool that the local media in Leira ran a short story on the project. Just goes to show that acting local is thinking global. What better way to keep the locals abreast of what is going on than when journalist visit and write about us?
European Union Day, December 15, 2018, Közagdasági Politechnikum, Budapest, Hungary Our Hungarian partners at Közdasági Politechnikum held EU Day Saturday, December 15th Despite the inclimate weather 10 grade members of the Poli ComServ team showed up in force to present and disseminate the project to their peers at the school while the ComServ leader, Rob […]
On Saturday, November 30 Poli held its annual Open House. This is a day when prospective parents and children come to to visit the school, attend lectures on how the school works, what sets it apart from typical Hungarian secondary schools. This year ComServ was present with two teachers and 5 volunteering students from the […]