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Get Accepted: Choose the Best ERASMUS+ Teacher Training Course Topic for Your Application


If you're considering applying for an ERASMUS+ KA1 mobility of teachers and staff, you know that the selection process can be competitive. That's why it's important to choose the right goals and topics for your application - ones that showcase your needs and interests and demonstrates your commitment to professional development in the European context.


In this blog post, we'll explore some of the top ERASMUS+ Teacher Training Course topics that are likely to increase your chances of acceptance. We'll also provide some tips and resources to help you make the best choice for your career goals. So if you're ready to take the next step in your teaching journey, keep reading!





The best topics for ERASMUS+ teacher training courses will depend on the needs and goals of the participating teachers and schools. Before you start with your application, you have to think of the areas in which you can improve. If these areas match the priorities of the Erasmus+ program, you are on the right track.


Erasmus+ has several priorities that can be helpful to consider when choosing a topic for a teacher training course. These include:

  • Inclusion and diversity: Erasmus+ promotes the inclusion of disadvantaged groups, such as those with disabilities or from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds. If you're interested in addressing these issues in your teaching, you might consider a topic related to inclusive education or teaching strategies for diverse learners. This could include training on how to effectively teach students with different learning styles, abilities, and backgrounds, and how to create inclusive and supportive learning environments.

  • Lifelong learning: Erasmus+ emphasizes the importance of continuous learning and professional development throughout one's career. If you're interested in pursuing a topic related to lifelong learning, you might consider a course on adult education or on pedagogical approaches that promote ongoing learning.

  • Innovation and entrepreneurship: Erasmus+ encourages the development of innovative and entrepreneurial skills in students. If you're interested in incorporating these skills into your teaching, you might consider a course on project-based learning or on teaching entrepreneurship in the classroom.

  • Digital skills: As technology continues to play an increasingly important role in education, Erasmus+ emphasizes the importance of digital skills for both students and teachers. If you're interested in incorporating technology into your teaching, you might consider a course on using digital tools in the classroom or on teaching digital literacy. This could include training on using educational technology tools, such as laptops, tablets, and interactive whiteboards, or various types of software which can help enhance student learning and engagement.







When writing your project objectives, here are 3 additional topics that your ERASMUS+ teacher training courses can cover, which are foolproof examples you can include in your application:


  1. Implementing innovative teaching methods: This could include training on how to use active learning strategies, project-based learning, game-based learning, and other instructional approaches that promote student engagement and critical thinking.

  2. Assessing student learning: This could include training on how to develop and use formative and summative assessments or alternative assessment forms to evaluate student progress and provide feedback to support learning.

  3. Developing professional skills: This could include training on how to plan and deliver effective lessons, manage a classroom, develop course syllabi, and communicate with parents and other stakeholders.

Overall, the best ERASMUS+ teacher training course topics will be those that are tailored to the specific needs and goals of your teachers and school needs. If you need help with writing your application, contact us at erasmus@opalteachertraining.com and we'll be glad to help.

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