What are L/T/T activities?

In the Erasmus+ programme, learning/teaching/training activities refer to the educational and skill-building components of projects supported by the programme. These activities are designed to enhance the knowledge, competencies, and personal development of participants, who can be students, learners, educators, trainers, or other professionals involved in the fields of education, training, youth, and sports.

  • Learning Activities: Learning activities are intended for students, learners, or young people, and they aim to provide opportunities for acquiring new knowledge, skills, and competencies. These activities can include study periods abroad, short-term exchanges, or blended learning experiences where participants engage in formal or non-formal education settings. Learning activities encourage cultural exchange, language learning, and personal growth.
  • Teaching Activities: Teaching activities involve educational staff, teachers, and educators, enabling them to share their expertise and innovative approaches with their peers from different countries. These activities can include training courses, job shadowing, or structured seminars, where educators can exchange best practices, learn about new teaching methodologies, and improve their professional skills.
  • Training Activities: Training activities focus on the professional development of adult education staff, trainers, and youth workers. They provide opportunities for skill-building, networking, and capacity building in various areas related to education, training, youth, and sports. Training activities may include workshops, seminars, conferences, and courses that foster the exchange of knowledge and experiences.
  • Mobility Projects: Erasmus+ supports mobility projects that allow individuals or groups to travel abroad for learning, teaching, or training activities. These projects encourage cross-cultural understanding, promote international cooperation, and foster the sharing of knowledge and good practices among participants.
  • Virtual Exchanges: In addition to physical mobility, Erasmus+ also promotes virtual exchanges, where participants can engage in online learning, collaboration, and interaction with peers from different countries. Virtual exchanges enable broader access to educational opportunities and facilitate connections despite geographical barriers.
  • Blended Learning: Erasmus+ projects often utilize blended learning approaches, which combine both online and face-to-face learning experiences. This approach allows for flexible and innovative educational methods that cater to the diverse needs of participants.
  • Peer Learning: The programme emphasizes peer learning, where participants learn from and with each other, exchanging ideas, experiences, and perspectives. This collaborative learning environment fosters mutual understanding and cooperation among individuals from different backgrounds.

These intellectual outputs are expected to be innovative, impactful, and relevant to the project’s goals and the broader context in which they operate. They are often shared with the public, made accessible, and can be used by other organizations, institutions, or individuals to advance knowledge, improve practices, and contribute to positive change in the field.

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