Integrated curriculum – Teaching global skills

Phenomenon-based or multidisciplinary learning replaces encyclopedic approach to learning’ objectives, it is helping students and teachers share responsibility for learning. Pisa 2018 proposes measurement of global competences- above all schools can be providers of emotional intelligence and social well-being to secure prosperous citizens and communities for the 21st century.

FOR PARTICIPANTS: click here for practical information (venue, hotels, transport etc.)

Target group

  • School managers, that intend to include in their curriculum programs aimed at developing global skills
  • Educational policy experts and advisers
  • Arts & STEM courses coordinators/teachers
  • Teachers of different subjects from all levels from preschool to high school
  • Teachers of special needs
  • Teacher trainers, careers officers, educational guides and counsellors
  • Educational consultants, teachers coachers

What to expect you will know after the course

  • Communication instruments used for building social awareness
  • Building critical thinking best practices
  • Phenomena based education- integrate curriculum approach
  • Getting to know social entrepreneurship in schools, creating innovation supporting creativity
  • Fostering growth mindset in students (learning through trial and error)
  • Culturally situated education- schools as intelligence network providers
  • Digital support for equal opportunities in learning and improving learning relation
  • Schools as living labs

Methodology of the course

  • Experimental training- getting the information needed for each module. Learn by doing.
  • Sharing. Participants share experiences and expertise on the topic.
  • Working individually or in groups on a concrete product to be used in the own school- peer to peer.
  • Visiting best practices (museums, university departments, holistic education best practices etc).
  • Invited speakers, debriefing and feedforward sessions


  • The course participants will get a Certificate of active participation.
  • The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.


Helsinki area, the European capital of design, schools as living labs, integrated curriculum.

Accommodation and meals

Participants take care of booking their hotel. Euneos will give advice for hotels in different price categories. Participants are free in choice of hotels and restaurants. Accommodation to be paid directly by participants to hotels and restaurants.

More information

Click here to read more about:


  • Andreea Gatman – trainer, MBA in PGM, M.U Vienna
  • Guests, practitioners

Ilpo Halonen, EUNEOS coordinator

Apply / Contact

Click here to apply or to contact us. Those who want to apply for KA1 grant and would like to receive our support documents, will find there a link to our enlisting form. Schools that have received a grant, will find there a contact form.

Planned courses

  • 13-19 May 2018, Helsinki, Finland.CONFIRMED , FULL.
  • 26 August – 1 September 2018, Helsinki, Finland.
  • 5 – 11 May 2019, Helsinki, Finland.

Course fee 

  • The courses start on Sunday afternoon and end on Saturday 13.00 (7 days).
  • Fee for tuition and materials: 490 euro
  • Administration costs: 160 euro
  • Total fee: 650 euro (10% discount for schools coming with 5 or more participants to Euneos courses).
  • Read more about fee and billing

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