Good practice and know-how

Looking to start a project but still no ideas? From people reporting on their experiences in higher education, to articles from vocational training partners, to examples of good practice in schools – there’s something for everyone. Enjoy a good browse and let the articles inspire you.

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En séjour à Neuchâtel en pleine pandémie

Ils effectuent une année académique à l’Université de Neuchâtel en pleine pandémie de Covid-19. Comment ces étudiants étrangers vivent-ils leur expérience de mobilité, alors que les cours sont donnés…

Tyco(o)nstructor - Mini-Games that Foster Entrepreneurial Competence

Development of a serious game to improve the learning of entrepreneurial competences for those who are starting a career or are planning to open their own company in the construction sector

Kreative Berichterstattung aus Oxford

Joelle und Sahel vom TBZ Zürich sind sich einig: Die Zeit in Oxford war auch dank der Festivalmitarbeit intensiv und lehrreich. Kommunikation und Kooperation standen im Fokus und wurden im von Movetia…

The European Voluntary Service, a success despite the pandemic: testimonies

The outbreak of COVID-19 in Europe and the rest of the world has had a major impact on international exchange programmes. A vast majority of international mobility programmes have therefore been…

Teachers from Rome immerse themselves in everyday school life in Biel

In August 2020, teachers from the Swiss school in Rome spent a week visiting schools in the Biel and Solothurn area. They exchanged experiences with their colleagues about bilingual teaching and new…

A ‘compass’ for the programme details

The use of non-formal learning methods is characteristic for Youth in Action. In contrast to formal learning, which is prescribed and structured by school institutions, young people are involved in…