The international KA2 Erasmus project DLAB (Digital Learning Across Boundaries) was recently voted one of the best eTwinning projects in Denmark in 2018

The project is a collaboration between teacher training colleges, primary and secondary schools in Norway, Belgium, Denmark and the United Kingdom.

The Belgian partners are the teacher training of Howest and the Middenschool GO! Bruges. The common thread throughout the project is the use of digital tools in education, with a different focus each year: technology outdoors (year 1), STEM to STEAM (year 2) and CLIL (year 3).

Students, teachers and teachers work as a close-knit educational community on these themes during preparation weeks in the partner countries. The activities are carried out with students in the different partner countries during three different project days. During the last meeting in April or May a MOOC (free online course) will be developed based on the realizations during the project days in the schools.

More info can be found on the Digital Learning across Boundaries (DLaB) Website.