How can teachers support individualised learning in mixed-ability groups? That is the core question of Comenius-2.1 project EU-Mail. EU-MAIL means European Mixed Ability and Individualised Learning.
Following is an overview of what you will find on the EU-MAIL web site.
For a short summary of the project, feel free to read the Project
For detailed information about the
background and cause of the project, please, have a
look at Background ...
The objectives of the project are essentially attached
to the target group of teachers and headmasters in
schools, as well as their trainers at universities,
seminaries and institutes for in-service training. For
more detailed information, see
EU-MAIL is running from October 2003 until August 2006.
For an overview about the different phases of the
project, feel free to see the Timetable
13 partners from Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the United
Kingdom are co-operating within EU-MAIL. Coordinating institution is
the Forum for Parents and School (FESCH) from Dortmund,
Germany. More details about the EU-MAIL partners, contact
information and the contribution of each partner
institution to the project can be found
at Project Partners
For more information about the associated partners of
see Assoc. Partners ...
Information about the participating schools can be found
at Schools ...
Information about project related recent as well as
upcoming events can be found at Events ...
For press and media releases in the context of the project
see Press & Media ...
The results section is meant for the documentation of
project results during the running time of EU-MAIL - Project
For information about on- and offline
resources related to the core topics
'mixed-ability' and 'individualised learning'; see Resources ...
The EU-MAIL project web site is maintained by FESCH -
Forum for Parents and School from Dortmund, Germany. More
detailed information about the publisher, imprint and
legal notes can be found at Imprint