PSU representatives took part in a meeting on implementing the EU grant ERASMUS+SATE in teacher education, youth affairs and academic mobility development in the city of Esbjerg
From April, 30th to May, 2nd, O.P. Surina, Director of Institute of Teacher Education, Penza State University, and N.A. Pavlova, Head of Foreign Languages Department, took part in a meeting on implementing the EU grant ERASMUS+SATE (School Adoption in Teacher Education) 1-DK01-KA203-022324 in teacher education, youth affairs and academic mobility development in the city of Esbjerg (Denmark).
In the course of daily meetings the representatives of all partner countries made their reports. The project researchers were able to prove that this type of school practice is a sustainable model which can be implemented with minor differences in academic, social, cultural and political conditions.
The project participants were working on the final version of the progress report about the work which has been done for three years; they also discussed the main procedures of the official project close out and the structure of the final report. They considered all the information obtained in interim periods, which allowed them to make sure that the project had achieved its goals. In August, 2019, the project will come to its end.