DIGISCHOOL: third project meeting in Durango

Shortly before Christmas, the partners in the DIGISCHOOL project met in Durango/Basque Country for the third project meeting. The last tasks for the completion of our first project results – a collection of best practices as well as a portfolio of tested and useful digital tools for use in the classroom – were coordinated. In two creative workshops we then worked on the next stage of the project: short videos that will illustrate and facilitate the use of selected tools in everyday life at the vocational school.

We also prepared the next workshop for vocational teachers from Spain, Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic, which will also take place in the Basque Country at the end of January.

It was two intensive, busy days with a very committed team. Many thanks to our hosts from HETEL!


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growMET: final project meeting in Ljubljana

“Who turned the clock?”: our project is already on the home stretch, although we share the feeling that we have only just started. The final project meeting in pre-Christmas Ljubljana/Slovenia was, therefore, not only marked by pride in what we had achieved together but also by some melancholy.

After a difficult project start in March 2021 due to the COVID pandemic, the project partners from Slovenia, Italy, Romania, the Basque Country and Germany have set to work with great commitment to translating the theoretical approaches of growth mindset into educational practice.

Materials and tools for teachers, students and parents were created. In the remaining months, our experiences with digital learning and the results of two workshops will be summarised and incorporated into a model for digital teaching and learning.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

growMET: workshop in Romania

From November 14th to 16th, the partners of the Erasmus+ project growMET (growth mindset in educational triangles) met for their second workshop in Tirgu Mureş/Romania. In a very creative and demanding way, the project results we developed so far together were put to the test: how can they support the development and implementation of challenging digital school projects?


The second part of our workshop dealt with our final project result: a growth mindset model for digital teaching. In two groups, we identified different resistances towards changes in the educational sector and developed a strategy to overcome them.
The project partners will present the final results of this demanding project early next year at conferences in Romania, Slovenia, Italy, Germany and the Basque Country/Spain.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This post reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

DIGISCHOOL: first workshop in Schwerin

Teachers from vocational education and training and project staff from the Czech Republic, Italy, the Basque Country and Germany met in Schwerin from 25-27 October for the first of three planned workshops.

Together, digital tools and platforms that have already been identified as particularly useful in the project were presented and, above all, tried out themselves. The spectrum ranged from “Scratch” for learning programming to “Kahoot” for creating quizzes and various evaluation tools.

Between the learning units, there was also time to compare the current situation of school education and vocational training in the participating countries and to take away tips from practice.

All participants praised the open and friendly atmosphere of the workshop. Many thanks also to the Landesvereinigung Gesundheitsförderung, which made it possible for us to hold the workshop on their premises.

Next year, two more workshops will take place in Durango/Spain and Prague.

Erasmusdays 2022

Erasmusdays 2022

RegioVision GmbH Schwerin has been a reliable project partner in the Erasmus+ programme for many years. We are currently coordinating nine cooperation projects with a total of 45 partner organisations from all over the EU and Turkey. Together we develop learning materials and test new teaching and training methods.

Since 2021, we have been accredited to organise individual mobilities. After Corona slowed us down here, we will be able to send two trainees from a Schwerin partner company on an internship abroad for the first time in November. We are planning significantly more such internships for the coming year.

Erasmus is a programme that brings people together. These encounters let us all learn and grow and help to break down prejudices. Even though we are different, we can work and live together and use these differences instead of fighting them.

We look forward to many more encounters in the future!

Project Kick-Off

With a two-day kick-off meeting in Schwerin, we started our new project “VideoTeach” within the Erasmus+ programme. On board are eight partners from Finland, Spain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Turkey, Cyprus and the Czech Republic.   

We will work together to create tools and resources for the production of high-quality educational videos to promote wider use of online, blended and distance learning. Based on their individual skills, teachers will be supported and motivated to produce their own videos efficiently and in good quality and to use them as a supplement in their teaching.  

During our meeting, we agreed on the next concrete steps, discussed the development of a competence profile in terms of content and expertise, collected ideas and discussed and agreed on organisational issues.  

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Hybrid project start

Our next project within the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union has started: “DIGISCHOOL“. The Corona pandemic forced us to hold another hybrid meeting because some participants could not come to Schwerin in person as planned.

In a very productive round, we discussed the basic organisational issues with our partners from the Czech Republic, Spain and Italy, set deadlines and dealt with the concrete tasks for the first project result.

In the DIGISCHOOL project, we are jointly pursuing the goal of improving the digital skills of vocational school teachers and communicating the possibilities and advantages of digital teaching even after the end of the pandemic. In the first phase of the project, we will collect and publish case studies on the use of digital teaching materials with experts from the field.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

growMET: Project meeting in Giulianova

On the 8th and 9th November 2021, the partners of the Erasmus+ project “growMET” met in Giulianova/Italy.

It was the first project meeting that could be attended in person. The kick-off meeting in March 2021 had to be held virtually because of the pandemic restrictions. All the participants in this meeting agreed that it is very important to meet and exchange. Erasmus+ is a program designed to bring people from different European countries together to work on some meaningful tasks.

Since we are working on three intellectual outputs nearly simultaneously, we used the chance to discuss the progress on the different areas and to agree on the next steps of work. Digital education will be an important part of education in the future, even if the pandemic will be over someday. The inherent benefits of this kind of learning were discussed in detail. Now it will be up to the partners and the next project activities to get this message to all points of the educational triangle: students, teachers and parents.

On the final day of the meeting, we also agreed on the dates for our next activities within the project.

Special thanks go to ilmiolavoro for the organisation of this meeting and the Liceo Scientifico “Marie Curie” in Giulianova for the hospitality and the extremely good coffee for the breaks!

BECOMING: Project meeting in Prague

On 4th and 5th November 2021, the partners from Italy, Germany and the Czech Republic met to exchange and agree on the state of the project and the next steps.

The preparatory tasks for the development of the first project outcome – a collection of vocational and career guidance services for low-skilled workers in SMEs – have been completed in the three participating countries and have produced interesting results. The very different labour markets in the countries also play a role. The presentation of the results led to intensive and lively discussions.

On the second day of the meeting, the participants agreed on the next concrete steps and an updated timetable. This includes the dates for the next project meetings and a workshop to test and disseminate the first project results in Prague next spring.

We thank the hosts from the INPRO Institute for their hospitality and the successful organisation of the meeting!