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Erasmus-Mundus
ATEITH is a Coordinator in: Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Partnerships (http://www.erasmusmundus5.gr)

Since 2007, ATEI of Thessaloniki has been coordinating four (4) Erasmus Mundus projects for South Caucasus (in particular addressed to Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan). The first three projects have already been completed and the fourth Erasmus Mundus Action 2 project is ongoing. The EU partners are from Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Latvia, United Kingdom and Bulgaria. The total number of EU and South Caucasian beneficiaries who have been participating in the projects amounts to 570.


ATEITH is a Partner in: PANACEA (http://www.panacea-mundus.eu)

The project consortium is composed of 20 Universities from 9 European countries (France, Greece, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Spain, Belgium, Poland and Lithuania) and 7 Asian countries (Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam). The project awards 142 scholarships to students from Asia to Europe.


ATEITH is a Partner in: BASILEUS IV (http://www.basileus.ugent.be/index.asp)

The project consortium consists of 9 Universities from 9 European countries (Belgium, Greece, Sweden, Bulgaria, Spain, Germany, Slovenia, France and Italy) and 10 Universities from the Western Balkans (Serbia, FYROM, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Albania). The project awards 270 scholarships to students and Academics or Staff from the Western Balkans to EU and vice versa.


ATEITH is a Partner in: TOSCA II (http://www.mundus.amu.edu.pl/TOSCAII/index.php)

The project consortium consists of European and Central Asian Universities. The project awards 110 scholarships to beneficiaries from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan for the period 2013-2016.


ATEITH is a Partner in: Lot 3 B (http://www.vub.ac.be/en/)

The consortium consists of 9 EU Universities from 6 European countries (Belgium, Greece, Spain, Latvia, France and Italy) and 6 Universities from the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The project has awarded 50 scholarships to students and Academic Staff.

Comenius
ATEITH is the Coordinator of: EARLY CHANGE: Promoting the professional development of early childhood educators (http://earlychange.teithe.gr)

Source funding: European Union, Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Lifelong Learning Program, Comenius Multilateral Projects
Time period: 01/12/2011 έως 31/05/2014
Coordinator: Zachopoulou Evridiki, ATEITH

Description: This project has two basic aims: (i) the enhancement of the professional development of early educators, and (ii) the evaluation of the early childhood education environments of these countries. 120 early educators from 6 counties (Greece, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Romania & Cyprus) acquire skills that enhance their professional identity (certified assessors), and their self-assessment skills. The duration of the project is 30 months. Its innovative character is supported by the deliverables of the project. Firstly, the training tools translated in five (5) different languages, can function as an aid for all early educators who want to self-assess their work and their preschool unit (day-care center or kindergarten classe). Secondly, an interactive e-book containing the empirical data from the evaluation of all 6 early childhood educational systems and a wide range of “good practices” for caregivers and teachers constitute innovative actions towards the improvement of early childhood education across Europe. The partners of this project are Universities from 6 countries (total number of nine – ATEI Thessaloniki, Porto University, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Jyvaskyla University, University College Sealand, University of Bucharest, University of Cyprus, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University of Crete), and educational organizations (total number of ten), like educational districts and municipalities, from which the participating academic staff will choose the future early educators-assessors.


ATEITH is the Coordinator of: EARLY STEPS: Promoting healthy lifestyle and social interaction through physical education activities during preschool years (http://earlysteps.teithe.gr)

Source funding: European Union, Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Socrates Program Time period: 1/10/2004 to 30/9/2007 Coordinator: Zachopoulou Evridiki, ATEITH

Description: In 'Early Steps' project, the partners were of 14 educational institutes (European higher education institutes - ATEI Thessaloniki, Roehampton University, Jyvaskyla University, University of Cyprus, & early education centers) from 5 countries (Greece, United Kingdom, Finland, Cyprus and Italy). Furthermore, around 500 children participated, 4 - 5 years of age. The first phase of the project included the design and the writing of an innovative physical education program for preschool aged children (ESPEC – Early Steps Physical Education Curriculum), which had two main objectives: 1) the acquisition of healthy habits (24 lessons) and 2) the improvement of children's social interaction (24 lessons). The second phase for 'Early Steps' included the organization of In Service Training Seminars for early educators, with lectures, workshops and group discussions. The third phase comprised the ESPEC implementation, which took place in early education centers in the 5 countries. The overall evaluation procedure of the project had three levels. One of the main products of this project was the publication of the book ‘Early Steps: Promoting healthy lifestyle and social interaction through physical education activities during preschool years' in English language.

Leonardo da Vinci
ATEITH is a Coordinator in: ECQA Valorisation Expert Training and Certification (VALO) (http://valo.it.teithe.gr)

The project consortium consists of 7 Partners (FH Joanneum, ATEI of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, IEK-Thermi, University of Vaasa, ISCN, Middlesex University) from 5 European countries (Austria, Greece, Finland, Ireland and UK). The project is sponsored by Leonardo da Vinci Action (Transfer of Innovation) and its main objective is to create high quality learning material that meets the needs of trainees and industry for added value through dissemination, exploitation and sustainability of all kinds of projects, including innovation, research and lifelong learning projects.


ATEITH is a Partner in: ECQA Social Media Networker Skills (SIMS) (http://www.socialmedianetworker.eu)

The project consortium consists of 5 Partners (ISCN, ATEI of Thessaloniki, Denis Gabor College, Cork Institute of Technology and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) from 5 European countries (Austria, Greece, Hungary, Ireland and Spain). The aim of the project is the transfer of a key skill to the European industry. The Social Media Networker Skills will provide a technological and methodological strategy for online learning assessment, recognition, facilitation and qualification for this new job role.