Inspiration for Parents in Children’s Active Learning

Since August 2015, pedagogues and teachers from Latvia, Lithuania and Norway have been working together on a Nordplus Junior project to encourage parents to take an active part in their children’s learning.

Promoting Nordic culture and language through music

Dream Academy Norden is a project that integrates music creation with Nordic languages’ aspect. The project aims to develop teaching methods across different subject areas and to build a cooperative culture in comprehensive teaching.

Non-formal Education as a tool for Integration of Socially Excluded Groups

Modern education is the main precondition for successful career and welfare of people. By summarising the results of discussions and workshops and presentations about the non-formal education methods applied in partner countries, the major work directions and the best methods applicable in each individual case were identified through this project.

The NordBiz network – valued Nordic-Baltic cooperation

The NordBiz network of higher education institutions from Nordic and Baltic countries has long roots of cooperation in the region.  Participating students and network’s institutions and has enabled the network to build sustainable relationships, develop courses and most definitely enhanced all participants’ intercultural skills.

We make an opera

In 2014, the Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy, together with partners from eight countries, led to building of the NORDOPERA. The project ran under title of We make an opera, a week-long intensive course for students following master studies. 

A Journey of Discovery

The aim of the project “Digital Nature Trails” was to combine innovative, digital, project-based methods in teaching and learning and to create educational nature trails that can be re-used as learning resources.

The Nordic countries in a new light

An increased interest in Nordic languages and culture, as well as in the common Nordic history. That is the aim of the Nordplus Junior project that Fridegårdsgymnasiet in the Swedish municipality Håbo carries out together with schools in Norway, Denmark and Iceland.

Sharing an experience on the work with special needs pupils

The project works with functional disorders and provided an opportunity to improve the vocational capacity of teachers working with such children.

Towards a common curriculum in vocational social and health care education

CATCH project aims at creating a Nordic study module NOCVET. The project addresses the basic social and health care sector education.

I am called what I am called

The project consisted of two parts: theatre education and the development of a teaching manual. It conveys in text and picture how the performing arts can be used as a pedagogical and didactic tools to work with neighboring language teaching and contains practical exercises and games.